Frequently Asked Questions
What specific dangerous objects are prohibited in stations and on trains?
Inquiry ID：OpenFAQ-001223 Latest Update：2017/01/20
Dangerous substances or items, including explosives and flammables, which could pose a threat to other passengers. For examples of items prohibited on trains, please refer to the following “Notice Regarding Dangerous Prohibited Items.”
(Examples of dangerous items)
Matches and fireworks
Poisons and agricultural chemicals
Items that may burst
Items that may generate toxic gas
Knives, scissors, tools or sharp objects that are not properly packed
Hot liquids that are not properly packed
Spontaneously combustible items and easily flammable items
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