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Japanese woman publishes book about being groped on trains for six years, from age 12 to 18
In light of the metoo movement making traction in Japan, we reached out to seven women who shared their first-hand accounts of dealing with assaults and harassment on Japan's rail system. They shared their stories hoping that it will help destigmatize the issue and bring it to the forefront of public discourse. Over the years, Japan has continued to try and find ways to fight the issue. More recently, a number of other anti-chikan initiatives have been put into place, including pervert branding stickers put into place by the Saitama Prefecture Police department, and popular warning badges, which were created by a year-old high school student. But chikan eradication is still a work in progress.
Groped, scared, disgusted: Stories of dealing with 'chikan' in Japan
An illustration of the various types of sexual harassers preying on women on public transportation in Japan went viral last month, shortly after a video and a string of stories highlighted the pervasive groping and molesting that female passengers are forced to endure on a daily basis. The drawing, posted on Twitter on May 29, has been retweeted 43, times and prompted online users to share their stories of sexual harassment. Nago told the France 24 Observers in a written statement that people in Japan were not sufficiently aware about the rampant harassment. Sex crimes happen every day, but public awareness is low. People do not understand the problem because they simply do not know about these things, so I made the illustrations to help them understand. The harassers touch your face, chest, thighs or behind.
'Be careful of gropers': Women, young girls face daily trauma of sexual assault on Tokyo trains
Updated January 07, But train travel in some of the world's most crowded cities holds a sinister threat for women and girls who ride the rails — the risk of groping. It has been a longstanding problem, but it is not commonly talked about in Japan and continues to be an under-reported problem. Fumie is now a year-old high school student, who travels to her school in west Tokyo by train every day. He came very close and he touched me," she said.
Women in Spanish-speaking countries across the world use YoTambien to highlight their experiences. It was while living in France that Kumi Sasaki decided to chronicle her ordeal of being continuously groped over the span of six years while riding trains in Japan. This form of harassment, which started when she was just 12 years old, is not an uncommon practice in Japan. In fact, several strategies have been put in place in order to try and restrict such abhorrent behavior. Railway companies have created women-only cars on their trains, anti-groping posters are placed in some stations, lectures have been held at schools to inform pupils what to do to protect themselves from being groped, and anti-groping paraphernalia such as stickers and badges have been circulating.