匿名 asked: i think most of the garbage cans came back after people thinking its inconvenient. the article IS true in most part. the terrorism or whatever did make people more aware of suspicious trashcans in subways and stuff. the anon is right in some ways, and the article/you are correct too. i think anywhere has limited trashcans (including airports even in america) to lower the chances
it’s weird that i find this stuff interesting
- theblessededgesのコメント： I live in a city in Saga Prefecture, and the only public trash cans are at combinis, vending machines, and the train station. But they’re usually for PET bottles and cans. Everywhere I’ve been in Japan is the same…
- theheartandlungmachineのコメント： When I was in Fukuoka in 2008, there were VERY few public trash cans. It never occurred to me to ask why. I remember holding on to all my food wrappers, etc. to throw away at home each night.
- mainichijapanのコメント： This isn’t my message.