Film/Football World has beaten Germany! The “Japanese-style celebration” carnival on the streets of Shibuya was revealed and praised on the Internet: so cute | International | Sanli News Network SETN.COM

International Center / Reported by Peng Qiyun

▲Fans in Shibuya in Japan wait in an orderly manner on the pavement when the light is red. (Photo / Summary from @TheInsiderPaper Twitter)

Japan defeated Germany 2-1 in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar yesterday (23), attracting a large number of Japanese fans to celebrate at the Shibuya intersection in Tokyo. At the same time, they did not forget to adhere to the traffic rules of “stop at red lights and go to green lights”, when the red light turns on, everyone retreats to the pavement, and then continues to celebrate when the light turns green. This gets repeated several times, forming a unique Japanese characteristic.

When the light is green, they take to the street for a carnival, forming a unique feature.  (Photo / Summary from @TheInsiderPaper Twitter)

▲ When the light is green, take to the street for a carnival, forming a unique feature. (Photo / Summary from @TheInsiderPaper Twitter)

Last night, a large number of people poured into the streets of Shibuya, Japan, to celebrate the victory of the Japanese team in the World Cup. In the video, it can be seen that a large number of people stopped on the side of the road and waited for a When the green light came forward, everyone rushed to the street, when the red light turns on again, the people will obey the traffic rules and retreat to the pavement. Even if they are celebrating on the street, they are not still doing that. blocking the traffic, forming a unique “Japanese-style celebration”.

A large number of fans poured into the streets of Shibuya, Japan last night.  (Photo Permission / AP / Spectee)

▲ Last night, a large number of fans poured into the streets of Shibuya, Japan. (Photo Permission / AP / Spectee)

After the video was revealed on Twitter, it has accumulated 5.7 million views so far. Shi Mingjin, a former traffic police officer and well-known football commentator, also shared it on Facebook, praising the well-behaved Japanese celebration of Japanese fans “feeling so cute”.

In addition, Taiwanese netizens saw this scene and left messages expressing “really cute”, “Japanese style carnival”, “jealous of their national character”, “what an orderly nation”, “frustrated assumption, um, it this is very Japanese”.

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