Tokyo's Shinjuku train station is the world's busiest with an average of 3.64 million passengers daily.

It has more than 200 exits, and, having passed through it twice in a day recently, I can confirm that it's not easy finding the right one, even with electronic help. It's the equivalent of trying to escape a maze while working on a Rubik's cube.

It goes without saying that the place is enormous and very busy. But there is also order and discipline which is how it is able to work so efficiently.


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