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Construction warning sign only gets stranger the more you stare at it

Construction warning sign only gets stranger the more you stare at it

The signboard above was posted on Twitter recently and piqued the interest of thousands with its unusual presentations. Japan has a history of construction warning signs that might seem odd in other countries, with roly-poly penguins notifying us of gas line maintenance or a cuddly panda stopping us from falling into an open manhole.

This one, however, has even Japanese people scratching their heads. At first glance the sign appears to have a frisky looking construction worker telling you about his project with a saucy wink. However, the more one looks at this image, the deeper the rabbit hole goes.

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“Wheelchair access route” in Japanese garden may require magical incantation to cross

“Wheelchair access route” in Japanese garden may require magical incantation to cross

Like in so many developed countries, sidewalks, public buildings and schools all over Japan are steadily being transformed to allow bariaa furii, or barrier-free, access for all. This is of course a wonderful thing, since no one should ever be excluded or have their path blocked due to something like a steep kerb or flight of stairs, but there are some places where improving accessibility can be that bit more challenging.

Shared earlier this week by a Japanese Twitter user, this photo shows a pathway over a stretch of water in what appears to be a Japanese water garden or park, signed as accessible by wheelchair users. As net users were quick to realise, though, it doesn’t look like the easiest way to cross…

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Bathroom Signs and Other Oddities From Japanese Pubs – From Funny to Freaky

Bathroom Signs and Other Oddities From Japanese Pubs – From Funny to Freaky

“Control is better than speed!”
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One wonders why they try to show off their personality in the bathroom of all places… Read More

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