Passengers say they’ve been trying to hold in their laughter after laying eyes on this unforgettable image.
According to reports, a mobile phone battery pack fire was the cause of the incident.
Peak-hour delays caused such overcrowding that some commuters were unable to enter stations in the nation’s capital.
Tokyo’s Yamanote Line was suspended for hours in both directions today due to the incident.
Can you guess what the bizarre-looking vehicle is used for?
The thank you note and display to customers left by the owner inside the door is warming hearts around the Internet.
Will station staff let him give up his kaiju monster-fighting days and allow him to commute like an ordinary Japanese salaryman?
East Japan Railway Company today released images of new building designs planned for three stations on two of the city’s popular train lines.
Weird and wonderful things happen on Tokyo’s Yamanote train line. From puzzle-solving challenges to weddings and men walking ears of corn, it seems the popular downtown route is a great way get on board with new trends.
From this month, Yamanote line trains will be continuing their tradition of innovation with a surprising collection of artistic photographs. Mounted at a perfect angle for the eye of the passenger, these photos will take you away from the discomfort of a crowded train and transport you to a much more beautiful place.
Recent reports of an unidentified passenger of the Yamanote subway line in Tokyo including this recent picture has every one asking: “Who is Cornman?” and more importantly, “What the hell is he doing?”
The first known photo (below) was tweeted back in May and showed a seemingly normal fellow towing what appeared to be a single unhusked ear of corn attached by a bright red dog leash heading towards the station exit.