While recognizing that Japan is a very beautiful country, the article argued that Japan was not so bad a few decades ago, instead of China today. Public places such as the toilet are dirty everywhere, it is normal that litter is littered and the service sector that is now commendable would have been terrible.
According to the article it is said that the turning point was the Olympic Games in Tokyo. From 1964 it was pointed out that improvements in hygienic ideas ended up in Japan and pointed out that toilets and the like were seen as problems. As a Japanese-like initiative, there are also attempts to "install innumerable little torii at the end of the road" to reduce piss. It took about 30 years for Japan to be a beautiful country like this and insisted that the results of the reform had been published since the 1990s.
In addition, the article says that Japan, like today's China, has experienced a bad reputation in terms of being dirty and civil, China must be "civilized" in less than 30 years. He showed his expectations. Although Japan was not clean enough to be accepted by the world from the outset, it was probably made because there was an individual consciousness such as not bothering people. Whether or not China can think about the problems of others is questionable, but we absolutely want Japan to be a clean country after Japan. (Editors: Kenji Murayama) (image picture provided: 123 RF)