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Japan Airline Personnel Showing This Message to Passengers Arriving

A photo of airline personnel in Japan went viral on social media and melt the heart of netizens after showing cardboard with an appreciation message for passengers.

Japan Airline Personnel
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Recently, a netizen named Matyu Kureigu Sero shared a photo in his Facebook post which he saw in a Twitter post where a photo of such Japanese airline ground personnel was seen giving a message of appreciation to passengers.

“I saw a post in Twitter. Everyone knows that Japan is struggling to fight back against the spreading coronavirus. A lot of businesses close early in order to control the spread. Although, airlines are still working. A lot of people are canceling their flights but some still continue to fly to travel or work,” the netizen wrote in his post.

He also added “This is a picture of ground personnel holding a signboard saying that (Thank you for riding even in difficult times). I can say that this is a kind of Japanese hospitality. Maybe that is why a lot of countries love Japan. Gambare Nippon!”

“Thank you for riding even in difficult times.” That is the English translation of the message written cardboard held by a Japanese airline ground personnel, written in Japanese, saying goodbye to tourists visiting their country despite the COVID 19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) threat.

The photo of the Japanese man captured and melt a lot of hearts on netizens. Netizens express their various reactions towards the photo.

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