Japan is one of the most advanced countries in the world, and they make sure that everyone in their cities can see that. A good example of this is that there is 1 vending machine for every 43 inhabitants, and they sell pretty much everything you can imagine. This is just one of the reasons why the country seems so attractive to outsiders who would like to take some of the culture home.
Collection points for disposable umbrellas
Vertical parking spaces to save space
Melons aren’t the only ones with unusual shapes..
Crystal clear Coca-Cola.
Fish sauce vending machines..
The staff at this hotel are robots.
A thermometer on the side of a building in Sapporo.
Gold-coated ice cream.
Queuing Japanese student style
Electric bicycle for parents with two children
Fresh bread made with carbonized coal.
The guard is responsible for making sure they don’t accidentally use the faulty escalator & apologize for the inconvenience.
You can put your things in a basket like this in most restaurants..
Bus stops with ticket gates, they trust people here!