What Japanese Kids Do During Lunchtime Will Blow Your Mind

Many American children either bring a lunch to school with them or buy what the school cafeteria has to offer, but this group of Japanese children not only eat the same lunch, but they also serve, dine and clean up as a collective effort.

A video published in April shows how Japanese children are spending their lunch break. Rather than being let out to a playground or cafeteria to wander about, the students collaborate in an organized fashion to serve lunch to each other.

This remarkable initiative shows teamwork, friendship, work-ethic, environmentalism and genuine happiness. While children everywhere are usually ecstatic about lunch, this group of children demonstrated a type of happiness that originates from the success of a community effort.

h/t: 9Gag

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