Sakura Gakuin dedicates their time to traffic safety. Sakura Gakuin and Hello Kitty through Helmet Production announced a special collaboration to spread the word about helmet use and traffic rules. In this second lesson the girls learn about "Traffic Rules". Watch below!
Second Sakura Gakuin Helmet use campaign lesson published!
Bicycle helmet use camapaing in collaboration with Hello Kitty and Helmet Production had the first lesson with Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo students accompanied by Mori-Sensei and specialist Mr. Maehara from the Tokyo Metropolitan Traffic Safety Department Headquarters. In this second open class the girls learn about "Bicycle safety rules" and also "Traffic Rules".
The campaign will be extended until March 31, 2017 to improve the promotion of Helmet use in Tokyo with Sakura Gakuin starring while they learn safety rules with funny activities! In addition Hello Kitty and Sakura Gakuin will release posters to be published in Schools and High Schools around Japan.
According to Helmet Production, 33 people died in Tokyo Metropolitan Area in bicycle accidents in 2015. Among them, around 70% died mainly due head injuries.
he importance of the first lesson "Bicycle safety use" includes Traffic Rules details. Also the competition between the students to gain more points is getting more and more intense, which at the end of the day only helps the girls to improve their skills and knowledge about Helmet, Bicyle and traffic use and rules! Yuzumi Shintani leads the scoreboard, is she going to stay in the lead after the second lesson? Watch the funny second lesson featuring many cute moments, funny moments and incredible reactions from the girls! Next lesson in late November!
For more information, check the following post.
Watch the first lesson "Bicycle & Helmet", click here.
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