“Osaho” is a traditional Japanese phrase meaning “etiquette” or “procedure”. This video is to remind us all to be respectful and mind your manners at Fuji Rock Festival ’18 to help make the Fuji Rock experience great for yourself and everyone!
「BUNBETSU」(Sort) Sort Your Garbage, Save The Earth.
「HOOCHI」(Abandoned) You move you lose. Take your stuff with you!
「BUNEN」(Separated Smoking) Duh! Only smoke in smoking areas.
「KAPPA」(Rain Coat) Give up. You’re gonna get rained on. Use a coat.
Fuji Rock Festival was once known around the world for being the “cleanest festival in the world”. Not only can you help keep the festival and its grounds clean, by sorting (BUNBETSU) your garbage and throwing it away in the correct bin, you can help us reduce, reuse and recycle.
富士搖滾音樂祭(Fuji Rock Festival)曾經是著名為“史上最清潔的音樂祭”。我們不但只保持場地內乾淨，通過分類(BUNTESU)將垃圾丟進正確的垃圾桶，您一瞬間幫助了地球環保3R - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle。
Leaving items such as leisure sheets and chairs around the festival site not only take up space but, can become hazards for other festival goers. So don’t abandon (HOOCHI) your festival gear!
Using a rain coat (KAPPA) not only protects you from wind and rain, it leaves your hands free to wave and clap or hold hands with someone! Umbrellas are not only dangerous in a crowd, it can block the view for other audience members. Just Say No To Umbrellas!
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