Baby stroller marks indicate places where baby strollers can be used. They are posted on trains, buses, and elevators in public facilities. If you are traveling with a stroller, you should look for this mark.

In addition, locations and facilities where the use of baby strollers is considered dangerous, such as escalators, are marked with a "Baby Stroller Prohibited" sign. Please refrain from using a baby stroller in areas marked with the "Baby Stroller Prohibited" sign.

When using a stroller, be careful to maneuver it so that it does not bump into people around you or obstruct traffic, and do not hesitate to ask for help if you are in need. Also, people around someone with a stroller should offer to help when it's needed, such as when pushing the stroller in places where there are no elevators.

*In Japan, baby strollers and baby buggies are called "baby cars."