Tokyo's iconic Yamanote subway line carries an estimated daily ridership of 3-5 million passengers over 29 stations. To put that in perspective, the entire New York City subway system has an estimated daily ridership of 4.8 million for more than 450 stations. The Yamanote runs often and runs crowded.
The ubiquity of trains in daily Japanese life have engendered a, sort of, "train culture" -- typified by our Yamanote watch from Seahope.
The Yamanote piggybank plays the melody from a randomly selected Yamanote line train station every time you make a deposit. (Each station has its own pleasing melody, allowing your subconscious mind to track where you are while you sleep, and waking you up just in time for your station!) The headlights come on at the same time.
Note: this product ships direct from Japan and is intended for the Japanese market. Instruction manuals are in Japanese. However, operation is simple and straightforward and we are available to answer any questions.