18 Photos Showing Everyday Life in Japan. Some Things Are Really Difficult to Understand…

    18 Photos Showing Everyday Life in Japan. Some Things Are Really Difficult to Understand…

    18 Photos Showing Everyday Life in Japan. Some Things Are Really Difficult to Understand…
    Greg
    6:54 PM EST, January 12, 2021

    Japan can be really surprising. Just in case you didn’t know that. But perhaps there is still something else that could still surprise you about this country…

    #1 Saving space is a priority

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    Reddit

    #2 In a restaurant in Musashino customers can watch the process of garbage recycling

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    Reddit/dimailer

    #3 In the town of Nara don’t be surprised to see deer roaming the place. These animals have taken the place over

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    Reddit/HOWDEHPARDNER

    #4 There are hotels where velociraptor-robots work as receptionists

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    Instagram/hennnahotel

    #5 Cafes really carefully mark the space each customer is given. It is marked with white lines

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    Reddit/onlyspeaksinhashtag

    #6 This is where pop-culture icons put on some unusual outfits

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    Pikabu

    #7 The airport personnel arranges the luggage according to its color, which helps the passengers pick it up much faster

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    Reddit/penguinsAreCool3

    #8 The Ebisu Tower and its unusual advertising

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    Reddit/NanoApplez

    #9 Once there is someone inside the toilet, the front is no longer transparent

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    Reddit/Tyrone39

    #10 Japanese fields are patrolled by sun-powered robot-wolves which scare pests away

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    Reddit

    #11 Some restaurants respect their customers’ privacy so much that they serve the dishes in an unusually discrete way

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    Reddit/yudoit

    #12 In some taxis there are buttons that can be pressed if you think the driver is too fast

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    Reddit/petro26

    #14 The scales in supermarkets recognize what kind of vegetable is being weighed

    Pikabu
    Pikabu

    #16 The trolleys are not afraid of the stairs

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    Imgur

    #17 The sprinklers in the skiing resort use salty water to prevent freezing of the sidewalks

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    Reddit/TheWolvis

    #18 And this is how exhausted employees take a breath after a hard day’s work

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    Reddit/kx11
    Have you ever visited Japan?
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