- Sometimes you know what the illustrations mean and then other times you have no idea... This is one of those times. A dog carrying a needle?! The arrow points to dog tags, that's what throws me off. This was located in the park so we can infer that if you find a lost puppy in the park doing drugs make sure to check his tags? I really just don't know.
- This sign was located at the entrance to a construction site. Very straight forward just fun because everything really is so cutesy over here, even construction zones.
- This one is hands down posted for foreigners. The Japanese don't need a sign to tell them how to line up for the train. This is for newbies who wait right in front of the doors... You only make that mistake once.
- Why wouldn't you use chickens to illustrate how to not play on the slide?
- Double headed panda of course means look both ways!
- Pretty obvious, just so dramatic! Located on an elevator door.
- So not really a sign but totally creepy! Inside that crazy eyeball is a camera and it moves from left to right/ is motion sensitive! It's above a cigarette and beer vending machine where you need to scan your ID. Yes, there is truly a vending machine for everything.
- Most likely another sign for the non-train users- don't dance, flirt on the phone, rock out or play Pokemon (good assumption) while waiting for the train.
- And last but not least... ?
Hope these made you smile and maybe giggle a bit! I think my favorite is the, "when the lights go out, move your arms and legs." That one was located in a handicap/mother and child bathroom. Too funny.