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It would seem mail gets to its destination a little differently in Japan. While the US Postal Service relies on the world's largest fleet of trucks, Japan gets its letters to doorsteps all over the country via an endearing fleet of scooters. Each year, postal workers in Hakata celebrate the new year by taking to the streets en masse. It's a freakish display of small-displacement, two-wheeled insanity, and we absolutely love it. Of course, it's even more fun when set to Wagner's Flight of the Valkyries. You'll need to mute the first video for the full effect.

Check out the display in the video below, but don't blame us if you want to drop everything and pick up a scooter of your very own.

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      I want one of those Honda Cubs.
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      I live in Tokyo, and while I was watching this video, my mail came. Not joking. That....was bizarre.
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      is there restaffing at autoblog?? i mean half your post are youtube videos i can find on my own.
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      I would buy a super cub than buy one of them fake chinese scooters that are flooding our city..
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      see also my blog .. http://motorcyclesportsnews.com/
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      followed by the world's tiniest van, appropriately. I'm just trying to estimate the worker's comp charges if we did something like that here..