Source: YouTube Top-Notch Cleaning Staff Perform 7 Minute Miracle Cleaning On Japan’s Bullet Train 2016-04-27 Wed 2016-04-27 Wed If you ever ride on a Japan’s Shinkansen (bullet train) you will be surprised by how meticulously “clean” it is. Spotless, organized, and no lousy slacking off on dusting each particular seat. The Shinkansen average stop time is around 12 minutes, each person is responsible for one car, and to clean 100 seats in a short 7 minutes. A big difference from some countries where train cleaning most likely is once per day, and hours of duty. YouTube The cleaning staff take pride in their work to serve their dear passengers. It runs back to their own culture of cleaning their home whenever there is a visiting guest. As a return of respect, the passengers will leave their garbage in a plastic bag. Both ethical behavior agree on respecting others and a word of “thank you.” Also, they bow when the train arrives and departs. YouTube By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:A Seven-Minute Miracle! The Shinkansen Cleaning Theater Tags: Bullet Train grape Japan Culture Top-Notch Cleaning Staff Perform 7 Minute Miracle Cleaning On Japan’s Bullet Train Related Article Metal Gear Singer Shares Delightful Video Of Japanese Train English Announcers Saying Lines Together A Guide to Japan’s Bullet Trains New Luggage Reservation Rules – Don’t Get Hit With Extra Charges! Grim Discovery of Human Body Parts in Damaged Nose of Japanese Bullet Train The Art of Shinkansen: Bullet Trains in Japan Evangelion Meets Bullet Train: It’s Fantastic Inside Out!! Black Bullet Train: Fastest Art Gallery In The World??