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Updated January 2nd, 2024 at 23:00 IST

Japanese girl's gratitude towards bus driver wins netizens' hearts - WATCH

The footage showcases a young Japanese girl crossing a road, and her gesture of gratitude towards a bus driver, watch the entire video below.

Rishi Shukla
Japanese girls video goes viral
Japanese girls video goes viral | Image:X/@3rdEyeDude
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A video capturing the essence of a beautiful custom in Japan has gone viral. The footage showcases a young Japanese girl crossing a road, and her gesture of gratitude towards a bus driver who halted to ensure her safety. This unique practice is gaining attention globally for its depiction of the harmonious relationship between pedestrians and motorists in foreign country.

The heartwarming video captures a little girl, holding an umbrella, patiently waiting at a zebra crossing. As a bus approaches, it gracefully comes to a halt, allowing the girl to safely cross the road. What makes this scene truly special is the girl's gesture of appreciation – she turns back and bows to the bus driver, expressing gratitude for the considerate pause.

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Video re-shared by an X account named Third Eye (@3rdEyeDude), the caption sheds light on the emerging tradition in the Japanese community. The practice involves vehicles coming to a respectful stop, especially for pedestrians, and children, ensuring their safe passage across the road. The caption emphasizes the silent understanding formed between drivers and pedestrians, creating a pact for safety.

The viral video of a Japanese girl's heartfelt bow to a bus driver highlights a cultural tradition that goes beyond road safety. It exemplifies the importance of mutual respect and understanding between pedestrians and drivers. 

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As this heartwarming practice gains global attention, it serves as a reminder of the positive impact small gestures can have on creating a safer and more pleasant commuting experience for everyone.

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Published January 2nd, 2024 at 23:00 IST

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