A railway company in Osaka Prefecture has launched the “Gaijin-only” carriage to reduce inconveniences for normal passengers.
Foreigners will be required to sit at the back of the train on the last carriage in their “rightful place” where there is expected to be wild parties during random times of the day.
“The gaijin carriage will basically be one non-stop party where there will be a noticeable lack of decency and general manners,” said the railway spokesman.
Train platforms will have no markings for gaijin carriage doors with foreigners being unfamiliar with the custom of making queues.
“We advise anyone who accidentally enters a gaijin-only carriage to get out as soon as physically possible.”
“Lengthy periods of time spent in the gaijin-only carriage may lead to erratic behaviour such as starting random conversations with strangers and offering one’s own seat to elderly women.”