queue colours in Japanese Train Station
Ok so at train station what do the line up queue colours mean? For example at yoyogi-uhera they have yellow and white queue areas
Answer @ 7/6/2017 10:06:36 PM by nebraska26
It usually means which train you're taking if you're at a platform with many lines running through it, but busier lines they're just more queues to accommodate more people lining up for that train.
Answer @ 7/4/2017 9:06:36 AM by whiteduck
At Yoyogi Uehara, the white lines are for locals. The yellow lines are for express and rapid.
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    I was expecting: "The white lines are for locals, the yellow ones are for baca-gaijin"

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