18 Photos That Show Why It’s So Hard to Understand Japan

Japan consistently has something to amaze the occupants of different nations with. A genuine model is an ongoing bit of news saying that the victors of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be granted awards produced using reused gadgets. Japanese individuals have never been conventional and their life and culture are still of real enthusiasm to the entire world.

FactAboutThe.com keeps on examining the Land of the Rising Sun and view it from surprising viewpoints. Toward the part of the arrangement, there is a reward hanging tight for you — it will demonstrate by and by that it’s difficult to stir up a Japanese attitude with some other one.

1. A sign in the Narita airport of Japan says “welcome to Japan” in English, while the Japanese text says “welcome back


2. Airports in Japan arrange luggage by color so that passengers can easily find their suitcase.

3. Certain subways in Japan give you a helping hand with your bike.

4. Figures of famous characters on store shelves often wear eye-catching clothes.

5. Geodude was named the ambassador of Iwate Prefecture (part of an administrative district) in Japan.

6. Human Uber” helps people to attend events remotely using the body of another person.

7. In Japan, they gave me a little milk mug for left and right-handed people alongside my coffee.

8. Japanese employees, exhausted after work

9. Nara City is literally filled with deer who have taken over the area.

10. Solar-powered Robot Wolves are protecting the crops of Japanese farmers.

11. Some cafes in Tokyo clearly mark each customer’s space at the counter.

12. Some restaurants are really private in this country. The waiters here serve visitors without seeing them.

13. Spas for Capybaras — the Japanese love them

14. Speed trains here go super smoothly.

15. The check-out counters in some Japanese bakeries can recognize items automatically and add up the total cost of the order.

16. The Musashino Waste Plant in Japan has a diner where people can watch trash being processed.

17. There is a special button in some Japanese taxis that asks the driver go slower.

18. These movie tickets from the “Ghibli” museum are made of frames from different Ghibli movies.

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