A Russian wayfinding sign in a Tokyo train station that had been masked with a sheet of paper last week following complaints from passengers upset at Russia's invasion of Ukraine, was uncovered Friday by the rail operator.
East Japan Railway Co. reversed its decision to cover the sign at Ebisu Station in Tokyo's Shibuya Ward after criticism that the move could be considered discriminatory.
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