Japanese fans took to the streets of Tokyo to celebrate their historic win against Germany in FIFA World Cup 2022.

What amazed the internet users was their "courteous" way of indulging in celebrations. Kudos to all the Japanese who never fail to impress the world with their discipline and organised way of living!

While Japan stunned the world with their momentous 2-1 win against Germany on Wednesday, fans got their ‘own’ way of indulging in the celebrations post-victory.

They took to the streets of Tokyo to celebrate the historic win in Japan’s opening match but only when the traffic lights were red.

Thus, their ‘courteous’ way of celebrating victory impressed the online users who are all praises for the ‘civilised citizens’.

In the video shared on Twitter, the crowd started dancing with joy at the popular scramble crossing in Shibuya, Tokyo, only till the traffic lights were red.

In the video shared on Twitter, the crowd started dancing with joy at the popular scramble crossing in Shibuya, Tokyo, only till the traffic lights were red.

The video was shared on November 23 and garnered 294K views. The ‘disciplined’ video of Japanese fans taking to the streets in droves to celebrate Japan’s victory over Germany was captioned

“Most civilised country on earth”, replied a user while another one stated, “Japanese are hundred years ahead of this generation”. Some even claimed that “They’re the best”.