Shibuya Halloween Aftermath “China Tier”

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The annual Halloween festivities in Shibuya have once again reached epic proportions this year as another horde of fans arrived dressed up in all sorts of outfits, though the only possible downside to the entire celebration may have been the mess after it was all done with.

Some videos depicting the Halloween cosplay mania:

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The aftermath:

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    Comment by Anonymous
    17:11 02/11/2017 # ! Good (+0.6)

    The sad truth is the younger generation are learning bad habits from abroad and domestic;its monkey see monkey do world. Hence Japan is slowly losing respect overall. Though it is still a great place to go, but how much longer:(

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    Comment by Neku
    17:24 02/11/2017 # ! Quality (+0.8)

    Highly developed countries have had peace for many years now. Peace fosters entertainment, and human nature will overindulge in it. Now is the time to be mindful of the actions we take, and their consequences. Not just Japan, but all of us.

    You and me as well. Just remember to try and make the world a bit better than how we found it. Even tiny helpful actions will add up eventually =]

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:38 03/11/2017 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    Did not expect this kind of comment on Sankaku.

    Good on you, man.

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:35 02/11/2017 # ! Good (+0.6)

    Hear, hear.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:04 02/11/2017 # ! Good (+0.6)

    That's some surprisingly civilized thinking.

    Comment by Anonymous
    23:20 02/11/2017 # ! Good (+0.8)

    One of the few things I liked about the boy scouts was the "leave it better than you arrived" motto or "Leave like you were never there." Otherwise, it was a pretty disappointing experience since I'm non-religious.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:12 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Civilized thinking? On the internet? Heresy!

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:50 04/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Well said, also I would believe there are plenty of volunteers cleaning up the mess now.

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    Comment by MayoiNeko
    02:03 03/11/2017 # ! Drivel (-1.0)

    You make me vomit with all this wishy washy nonsense.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:04 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    wow don't bring th n word into this

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:50 04/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    @07:04
    Because the truth hurts. No matter what country or continent. They behave badly and cause nothing but trouble.

    Comment by Anonymous

    degenerate toxic nigger

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    Comment by Ifr22k
    21:45 02/11/2017 # ! Good (+0.4)

    I agree. It's like that everywhere and getting like that everywhere. The smartphone / social media generation's going to make it worse before it gets better imho.

    I see a marked difference between the people raised back when things were more analog (even as late as the 80's and early 90's) and how people are after everything became about instant gratification, overstimulation, clickbait, social media grandstanding, etc.

    When children don't learn how to take things slowly, appreciate and respect people and (good) traditions, work for and earn the things they have and to be modest, humble, honest, and empathetic, they turn into childish adults who don't understand anything, and act like selfish 13 year old for an extended length of time.

    It's why I find myself agreeing with parents who don't give phones and tablets to their kids for a while and even restrict computer access. It's also why I fear for the future once all the people who were raised before broadband / smartphones die off. I'm afraid the world will turn into something like the movie Idiocracy.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:44 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    lol at complaining about clickbait on SanCom

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:48 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Really? You're going to take a once a year event thing as recent bad influence from outside sources and loss of respect? They trash this place every fucking year for one day, on Halloween. It's nothing new so if that's the case they already lost respect many years ago.

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    Comment by john smith
    09:44 09/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    But, it must have been gaijin's! There's no way glorious nipponer's would litter!!!!

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:40 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    or... if you've ever actually been to a place with a lot of people, you would know that bins are full most of the time and there's literally nowhere to throw the trash.

    It's better to throw all the trash into a collective pile than it is to throw them wherever.

    And no, taking your trash home isn't feasible unless you want to be that guy who's got hogging all the room because you're literally carrying trash with you.

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    Comment by ALAKTORN
    01:48 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    As far as I know Japan has very few public bins too. You’re expected to take your trash home with you.

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:15 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    @01:48
    this

    there are almost no public trash bins in tokyo.
    you'll find that lazy people find creative ways to stash their trash in odd places like between vending machines, behind station toilets etc...

    Comment by Anonymous

    WTF did you expect, Shibuya is a slum as much as people don't want to admit it.

    Comment by Anonymous

    Don't worry soon we will have little trash robots. Easy mode life ftw.

    Comment by Anonymous

    @22:01
    hate to break it to you, but the west is becoming third-world. China will be able to afford those bots, but not western countries.

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:49 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Hate to further break it to you, but that's wrong. If you've looked closely at international business conferences and economic trends. China won't be able to move past it's menial manufacturing industry economy while suffering predicted aging population problems and wealth disparities. On the other hand most western countries have turned to a service based economy and are steadily increasing.

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:35 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    @20:49
    services that are offshored to india or onshored - ie. they have their local staff train foreigners on a visa and then fire the locals. these days privacy policies on financial products mention that your information will be processed outside your country.

    Wealth disparities are not a unique issue to China, and any wealth the west had is being sucked out of it. Aging population "problems" are a non-issue because they have artificiality kept their population limited. Once they secure enough foreign lands, whether its for growing food or otherwise, they will release limits. The reason I quoted "problems" is because its smarter to keep a population within thresholds rather than play the population ponzi scheme. The west ignores this and increases immigration without realising that those immigrants will get old too and then you need even more immigrants. The other thing they ignore is that the excess population will have no work in the environment they are sustaining.

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:52 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    It's totally cleaned the next day, like every year.

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:53 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    It's like this on every event where many people gather... though people, pigs. It's just a little annoyance to keep your own trash close to you and throw it later into a bin somewhere, most peopl-pigs decide it's just easy to throw it on the ground. On another hand, compare these guys to pigs is too low, for pigs (animals), that is. They are quite clean and misunderstood by humans.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:44 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    chainsmoking pieces of shit

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:53 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    I remember there being very few bins around Tokyo as people don't eat while out walking but would be nice if they installed a few more.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:45 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    plz.. bring back the most discipline and clean country in the world.. miss the old days in japan..

    Comment by Anonymous

    What does North Korea have to do with anything?

    Comment by Anonymous

    Yeas bring it back to 1941, japan need that kind of real discipline, 1488 style.

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:46 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    This is what happens when you let in white right wingers into your country! Japan build a wall, don't become like america.

    Comment by Anonymous

    Japan is more conservative politically than America...

    They're home grown.

    Comment by Anonymous

    Don't forget that they are quite openly racist too.

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:35 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    I'm more inclined to believe tourists or foreigners are the cause of this mess

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:21 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    WORST CELEBRATION BITCHES!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:17 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    @16:21
    go back to zero hedge faggot

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:13 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Interjecting a smidge of seriousness into the topic: Littering in Japan has actually be a constant problem, and a key factor has to do with a lack of public garbage cans in Japan. So if you have any garbage - cigarettes, crepe wrappers, plastic bags, etc. - that you've accumulated outside, your options are to find garbage cans in something like a shopping mall, simply to hold onto your garbage until you get home, or simply throw it on the ground. The last item is appealing if you have a lot of garbage on hand and it's going to be a long while before you can get home.

    Also at hand are generational attitudes to consumerism in Japan. The Japanese equivalent of Generation X (and also early millennials) grew up and/or started their adult lives through the Lost Decade and the Japanese economic crisis, which directly influenced what had previously been a culture of consumerism as a result of Japan's postwar economic miracle. They felt the financial crunch on their daily lives and were willing to be thrifty, meaning you saw less of Japanese people holding massive public parties and buying lots of stuff through the 90's and 00's. Japan's economy hasn't truly recovered since, but it has at least stabilized to some degree; what we're seeing now are Japanese millennials possessing a marked increase to personal spending relative to their parents, because Japanese consumerism culture was never really dismantled, and most millennials were very young children (or were not born yet) during the Lost Decade and thus never really developed the thrifty habits their parents did.

    The realistic solution is obviously more public spending for public garbage cans, but that seems unlikely given Japan's still-staggering economy that hasn't improved in spite of Abenomics. You're talking about installing millions of garbage cans across Japan's metropolitan areas, and having to invest in the infrastructure necessary to maintain them: Garbage trucks and waste disposal workers having to regularly replace garbage bags, and so on and so forth. It's not something the Japanese Diet is likely to consider anytime soon when they have what they consider to be more pressing concerns.

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:30 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    @19:13
    "we're seeing now are Japanese millennials possessing a marked increase to personal spending relative to their parents, because {A} and {B}"

    You forgot {C} - Japan manufactured more of their own goods in their parents time. There has been an increase in goods manufactured in China. Walk into any Village Vanguard, Gamers, Mandarake, Animate etc.. and you'll see most of the recent items are now manufactured in China. Due to these cheaply made items, costs are maintained under inflation and thus purchasing power is higher than if they still made things locally.

    However, this is a losing deal since focusing on consumerism and not productivity ends in economic annihilation. The good times are rolling until the consumer cash runs dry. Soon enough, they will discover that if you don't have local jobs anymore, there is no work in order to make money to consume.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:37 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Japan: The country that is so safe and peacful that littering is one of their few worries.

    But thn again, Japan hasn't been infected with middle-eastern genetic garbage. Oh did I say infected? I mean culturally-enriched. Slip of the tongue. Because getting authentic falafels is totally worth being run over by a truck-of-peace. Or get bombed to shit. Or get stabbed/axed/beaten. Remember, diversity is our strength!

    Wait what? Japan is at leeast 10 years ahead of the rest of th world in almost all important areas, particularly technology whil also bing one of the most ethnically homogenous? HOW IS THIS HAPPENING. I'm so shocked! (not.)

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    Comment by ReapReap
    05:42 04/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Lazy. As if cleaning up or taking your trash with you is going to kill you. You have to raise the bar.

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:11 08/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    da sha bi.mmp.

    Comment by Anonymous
    05:04 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    What a party it had to be.
    Well, It's not any different here, any big mass of people will do that...if you think that local trashcans are enough to accommodate trash from horde of 1k+ people, then you're gravely mistaken.

    Less philosophy and more sweeping. Chop Chop

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:27 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is common in anime country after a major event. Especially outdoor music festivals and things that last for some time.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:28 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    lmao anime, I meant "ANY COUNTRY". Typo.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:16 03/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Pffft this is no way near a "chinese tier", at least people aren't bad enough to stick their trash in all the hard-to-reach gaps n' corners just to give the cleaners a hard time.

    "Look, we're feeding these people with our own money its our right to make them work harder by heavying their workloads so we can get the most out of what we've paid for"--heard this from some stubby ass chinl at a lunch meeting when I was in china back in 05'

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    Comment by gundam4ever2
    17:39 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Not enough Fire and destroyed property.

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:51 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Ever seen the heaps of garbage and cigarettes ouside of Shinjuku station? This is normal there.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:50 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    WTF... halloween in japan.. no need to celebrate.. they all from the west

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:16 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    You think this is bad? Take a look at certain districts in American cities on any given day and you'll see this...

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:38 02/11/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    Yeah yeah we get it, for you weebs constantly getting brainwashed by western propaganda, japanese people must be so much more superior than chinese scums, while you've never been to either of these countries.

    An article on sankakucomplex entirely dedicated to sinophobia and no ACG or porno content. Good try.





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