An official of East Japan Railway Co. on Tuesday denied discriminatory intentions when the company temporarily covered up direction signs in Russian at its Ebisu Station in Tokyo this month.
Speaking to reporters, Mitsuhiro Fukagai, head of the Tokyo branch of JR East, admitted, however, that the move was “not appropriate from a comprehensive viewpoint.”
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