English Ver.

電車での居眠り

Sleeping on the Train

There are two kinds of seats for Japanese trains other than private room seats. One of them is a row of seats on the sides of the train, or 2 seater and 1 seater lined up in rows.
A lot of people who are working in Japan work for long hours and get tired. There are some students who get tired from their part time job.
I often see people doze off on the train and end up leaning against a person’s shoulder.
They are the people who feel sympathy for falling asleep in the train because they have done the same, or who are scared of them getting mad.

日本の電車の座席は個室を除くと2種類あります。
横にずらりと客が並んで座るシートと、
二人がけ、一人がけのシートが縦に並んでいるタイプです。
日本で働く人は長時間労働が多く、疲れています。
バイトで疲れた学生もいます。
そういう人たちが車内でつい居眠りをし、
横の人の肩にもたれている光景をよく目にします。
嫌がってよける人もいますが、たいていは我慢しています。
自分も疲れて寝てしまうことがあると同情する人、
キレられるのが怖くてよけられない人などです。

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