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They just want to be polite about it (like when you go out to eat with someone and both people fake wanting to pay the bill a couple times in hope that the other person really will treat them).
Let them be polite, but also let them have your seat.
Of course, no one is going to kick you out of the train if your phone goes off…
(I doubt anyone will kick you out for breaking of these rules) but it’s kind of the same feeling as if you phone went off when you were sitting in that one class you hated.
Nearly every train station has a clearly labeled “smoking room” or “outside smoking area” where you can light up.
Generally speaking, if you don’t see signs saying you are allowed to smoke, just assume it is prohibited in that area. In very public areas, such as in the middle of a festival or at a rally, they will have smoking rooms for you to use.
Actually, I wish I didn’t have to write this next part, but I’ve seen it happen altogether too many times.
Let’s give them names: person A, person B, and old person C.
The only exceptions (I think) are clubs, (some) bars, and (most) concerts. Japan has this wonderful thing called “Manner Mode,” which is the American equivalent of “silent mode,” but it sounds nicer.
My cell phone has a “Manner Mode” button that I can press and hold to turn “Manner Mode” on and off.
No one really cares (too much), but it is still embarrassing.