Many construction sites around Tokyo attempt to beautify themselves by displaying artwork by local children on what would otherwise be lifeless white walls. I came across these bicycle and and road safety themed pictures at a construction site in Ebisu, Tokyo.
Judging by the pictures this random sample of Tokyo children have a firm grip on on the theoretical side of road safety, lets hope the put it into practise when they're out on the streets, because as third year elementary school children in Japan they're already cycling.
September 02, 2012
Bicycle Safety, by Tokyo's Elementary School Children
Father of two, husband of one, lover of family, bicycles and running.
Urban Cycling Consultant, Tokyo By Bike.
Byron Kidd is the founder of the Tokyo By Bike website, writer, experienced urban cyclist, and expert on cycling in the staggering metropolis of Tokyo.
Working with NPO's and cycling activists to improve cycling infrastructure in Japan, Byron also operates internationally via a vast network of renowned urban mobility experts to promote Japanese cycling culture, and demonstrate how everyday cycling can work in megacities around the world. No city is too big for the bicycle.
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Writing code and stuff, for games and things.