How Japanese Rebuild Road

Posted on 03. Apr, 2007 by in General

First, the workers done some minor damage on the roads. Then use the excavators to “clip” the pieces.

How Japanese Rebuild Road

The whole process was almost no noise. Please note that the thickness of each piece of the Asphalt. In addition, the tools and vehicles are all clean and tidy.

How Japanese Rebuild Road

After the digging process, the workers will deliver those piece to elsewhere rather than depositing on the road side. Noticed that the dug level was as high as the worker’s knee! They are all so serious and respect their work. They were all wearing their uniform, working hot and sweating under the sun. They never try to take off the cloth.

How Japanese Rebuild Road

They do not completely put on the Asphalt, but putting the first 10 centimeters thick Asphalt. Following by rollover the ‘pressure’ roller machine. After the ‘pressure’ process, the thickness gone at least half. And then follow by repeating the same steps again. Till the

How Japanese Rebuild Road

And then follow by repeating the same steps again. Until they the road is perfectly covered.

How Japanese Rebuild Road

How Japanese Rebuild Road

How Japanese Rebuild Road

You don’t even realize the difference. It was so perfect and tidy!

How Japanese Rebuild Road

Even 5 months later, you also wont be able to find a defect spot at all.

How Japanese Rebuild Road

It is amazing about how Japanese respect the work.

13 Responses to “How Japanese Rebuild Road”

  1. Alex 3 April 2007 at 12:56 pm #

    Well, how do you do it? It’s completely the same here in the Czech Republic, sorry to say that…

  2. Alicia 3 April 2007 at 3:32 pm #

    Well, I had to say, some countries that I visited, not the same :)

  3. maddogmorgan 14 May 2007 at 4:22 am #

    If only the Japanese showed this respect for life….ie: prisoners of war who were tortured and starved, beaten to death by the Japanese Imperial Forces.

  4. Bob 14 May 2007 at 5:36 am #

    In the U.S., prisoners are used for roadwork.

  5. xation 14 May 2007 at 8:08 am #

    Stop being a jackass, maddogmorgan, this has nothing to do with the war.

    My grandfather was at Iwo Jima and he told us stories about how they used to force the Japanese prisoners to kill themselves with a knife, and if they didn’t do it they would burn them to death. War is ugly, no matter where you are from.

  6. inojack 1 June 2007 at 1:37 am #

    xation,thank you so much,you seem to get it.

  7. kandy 6 March 2008 at 7:07 pm #

    wow…y cant america make perfect road everytime…my car go thump thump too much hahaha…i rather big street. the turning lane is higher than the other lanes. htey jux put it over it looks like or didnt do a very good job

  8. Kevin 29 April 2008 at 11:18 pm #

    Wow, that’s nice. It would be great if the people here in America were that conscientious about their jobs, but definitely not.

  9. Nunya 30 April 2008 at 10:54 pm #

    Well after reading your broken english and then the even worse writing skills from your “american” commenters, I must say that I do live in the us and there is no difference whatsoever (exept the road surface removal process which you claim is “almost no noise” and that would be impossible with current tech) from what I see here every year. Sorry to say, but prisoners are not used in making roads, just cleaning the sides of the road up, and quite a few prisoners ENJOY their time out of a small cell doing nothing to walk outside for awhile.

  10. Nunya 30 April 2008 at 10:57 pm #

    Ohh and one other thing the turning lane being higher than the rest of the lanes is true, it is called “crowning” where the middle point of the raod is slightly higher than the sides of the road so that water will run off the raod instad of creating a hazerdous driving situation often refered to as “hydro-planning”

  11. emily 7 May 2008 at 3:28 am #

    who cares about some railroads?? its gay as a mug! uh… i was just looking on here to find some answers to my social studies homework…but now i don’t even care if i do my homework or not because homework is retarded… i don’t like Mr. Mchugh anyway, he’s weird. so that’s it…buh-bye… :(

  12. metin2 yang 19 April 2010 at 3:45 am #

    it is very nice


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