1976-1982: Tokyo Subway Manner Posters Chris September 9, 2011 1980-1989, Posters & postcards 12 CommentsFavourited 2046 times Add to favourites 12 Responses Sonia Rumzi September 9, 2011 Amazing! I love these. Thanks for sharing them. My turn to share! Reply qka September 10, 2011 Using John Wayne to ask riders in 1982 not to smoke on the platform and train is a strange choice, as he died in 1979 of cancer that may have been caused in part by his six pack a day smoking habit. Reply GD September 10, 2011 Reply KeeCoyote November 24, 2011 Well and the fact he was downwind from a Atom bomb test during a film to Reply Joan hager December 13, 2011 So clever — Lots of fun to look over – thanks Reply chapulina December 18, 2011 These are precious! I have a passion for signs, especially Japanese manner signs, but I had never run into these! Classic! Reply Jon C January 29, 2012 where can i buy prints of these?!! Reply Clyde Drexler February 16, 2012 I love this. Thank you. Reply sailordude June 8, 2012 Thats a very very nice campaign the Japanese did, thank you for posting them all and translating them for us! I never saw those before, and I rode the trains there once in the 80′s, but it was very crowded and I was overwhelmed with all the people anyway. Reply cage.M September 12, 2012 That’s very interesting! Thank you for sharing. There is huge humour and ironic expression.Love it. Especially Doraemon series Its like painting!!!! Reply Karen September 21, 2012 I lived in Japan during that period, and I remember some of these. Reply L Vause November 10, 2012 I love the idea of Superman vanquished by discarded gum (kryptonite flavour?). Also, Jesus and pals non-plussed by sheer number of lost umbrellas. Marvelous. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.