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20 Things Proving That Japan Lives In 3018

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What's so special about Japan? 🇯🇵 Anyone who visits Japan will be amazed by something, like robots working as hotel staff or vending machines on every corner! 😮 We’ve collected 20 outstanding innovations proving that Japan must be living in 3018!
TIMESTAMPS:
Super toilets 0:50
Rice paddy art 1:27
Grooming dogs into cubes 2:07
Hello Kitty melon 2:38
Shoes designed like a bullet train 3:06
Expectations meet reality in Japan 3:36
Ice cream in a fish-shaped cone 4:08
Black fries 4:38
Portable ashtrays 4:55
Braille on beer cans 5:20
The most organized luggage pickup 5:40
Glow-in-the-dark tattoos 6:04
Park-and-Lock umbrella 6:30
Unattended produce stands 6:50
The country of vending machines 7:14
Multi-level parking lots 7:48
Capsule hotels 8:16
Seagaia Ocean Dome 8:44
Robot-run hotel 9:09
Smart bra 9:41
#smarbra #japandesign #japaneeseinvention
Music by Epidemic Sound
SUMMARY:
- Toilets in Japan, like their gadgets, are technologically advanced and user-friendly. Even the simpler ones still have built-in sinks on the tank and heated seats.
- The Japanese love everything that’s cute (or “kawaii” as they call it), like cats and anime characters with their large, adorable eyes. As for their pooches, the latest craze in Japan is to groom their dogs into perfectly trimmed cubes.
- High speed trains in Japan are designed like, well, a bullet, hence the name! These things can go up to 198 miles per hour and are known for their punctuality, comfort, safety, and efficiency.
- In Japan, they consider food preparation an art. A classic example is the glass display that showcases a restaurant’s dishes. In Japan, when you order food, it’s the same as what’s advertised!
- Most of us like our fries hot, crisp, and…black?! Nope, these charcoal-black fries aren’t burnt; they’re special fries made from a spicy black potato that you can buy at a café & bar in Kyoto.
- Inclusive Japanese brewers stamp the word “beer” in Braille on top of their cans, and they do it entirely out of sheer concern!
- Tattooing is a form of art in its own right, but Japan gave it an exciting twist. Known as “blacklight tattoos” or “UV tattoos,” this awesome ink uses a UV reactive fluoresce dye and comes to life when under UV light.
- “Mujin hanbai” or “unmanned stores” are a common site at roadsides in Japan. They’re a nice way for farmers to get rid of extra stock yet still make a nice coin for it.
- Japan is almost the same size as California, so they have to utilize the limited space they have. One of their solutions is intelligent parking systems started in 1965 by the Japan Parking System Manufacturers Association.
- If you wanna go to the beach but hate getting sunburned, then The Seagaia Ocean Dome is your answer for an unforgettable summer getaway. This is one of the world’s largest indoor waterparks and artificial beaches.
- “Smart bra” “knows” what its wearer feels and opens only when a woman is with someone she’s really into.
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20 things proving that Japan lives in 3018 Japan has always been ahead of the game when it comes to development innovation and service Anyone who visits this country will without a doubt be amazed by something like robots working as hotel staff Vending machines on every corner or even a smart bra just to name a few today We've collected 20 outstanding innovations proving that Japan must be living in 30 18 But before we start our tour into this futuristic country, be sure to click the subscribe button and turn on the little notification bell So that you don't miss any of the exciting new updates coming out daily on the bright side of life.

Number 20 super toilets toilets in Japan like their gadgets are technologically advanced and user-friendly Even the simpler ones still have built-in sinks on the tank and heated seats some public restrooms use a system that shows you which stalls are vacant or occupied and the most High-tech super toilets are like a Swiss Army knife with all kinds of buttons that raise or lower the seats and play some white noise background music and Of course send a spray of water to clean the user up. Oh and they've been using these things for over 35 years So yeah Number 19 rice paddy art each year the Japanese village of in Kedah tape.

Transforms rice paddy fields into large-scale works of art known as tan bow art this tradition started in 1993 with a purpose of reviving the region's dwindling economy it became and remains a huge success With hundreds of thousands of spectators visiting the place to personally witness these incredible masterpieces They have a different theme each year like Japanese folklore Anime and iconic figures from movies all made in exquisite detail using ten colorful strains of rice plant varieties number 18 grooming dogs into cubes the Japanese love everything that's cute or Kawaii as they call it like cats and anime characters with their large Adorable eyes as for their pooches The latest craze in Japan is to groom their dogs into perfectly trimmed cubes.

It isn't just in Japan but its neighboring countries as well The Japanese must have a thing for cubes since they also do it to their favorite summer fruit watermelons Number 17 Hello Kitty melons in Japan. They take cultivating melons pretty seriously You won't only see pricy cube shaped watermelons, but also ones in a heart and pyramid shape There are even human-faced watermelons complete with eyes a nose and a mouth as for one of japan's most iconic characters Hello Kitty even has her face on a melon to top it off these Hello Kitty branded melons are priced at $69 number 16 shoes designed like a bullet trains High-speed trains in Japan are designed like well a bullet hence the name these things can go up to.

198 miles per hour and are known for their punctuality Comfort safety and efficiency. They have six types of bullet trains But one must have stood out - this shoe designer these sneakers are made to look like the Tohoku Shinkansen train I wonder if they make you run faster Number 15 expectations meet reality in Japan It's obvious by now that Japan can deliver but even when you go into a restaurant or cafe what you see in those beautiful Advertisements is exactly what you get. Just look at this Starbucks. Matcha Sommore Frappuccino compared to the display nearby in Japan They consider food preparation and art a classic example is the glass display that showcases a restaurants dishes in.

Japan when you order food, it's the same as what's advertised number 14 ice cream in a fish shaped cone Who wants a plain old boring ice cream cone when you can have a fish shaped one. The cone is from a diet or Grilled sea bream. These are small waffle like cakes filled with a mix of Azuki red bean paste and sugar But they added a delicious twist by opening the fish's mouth and stuffing it with soft-serve ice cream I'll take five, please Thank You number thirteen black fries most of us like our fries hot crisp and black, nope these Charcoal black fries aren't burnt their special fries made from a spicy black potato that you can buy at a cafe and bar in Kyoto.

Number 12 Portable last race in Japan nearly 1/5 of adults smoke sure It's a nasty habit, but at least the Japanese are polite and respectful when it comes to their cigarette ashes and butts Smokers take portable ashtrays with them whenever they smoke outside of designated smoking areas It's an ashtray that fits in your pocket or you can attach it to a keychain number 11 rail on beer cans Inclusive Japanese brewers stamp the word beer in Braille on top of their cans and they do it entirely out of sheer concern That is it isn't a government mandated program or anything This is to help the blind to differentiate a can of soda from a beer. Well done, Japan number 10 the most organized luggage pickup.

It's nothing new that luggage is haphazardly dumped at airports when you're about to pick it up However in Japan you'll feel like you've been transported to a different dimension when you see all the suitcases Perfectly aligned on the baggage claim belt with their handles facing upright for easy pickup. Not only that Airport staff even Painstakingly sort luggage by color number nine slow in the dark tattoos Tattooing is a form of art in its own right, but Japan gave it an exciting twist known as blacklight tattoos Or UV tattoos this awesome ink uses a UV reactive fluorescence Dye and comes to life under UV light Hmm. This is the kind of tattoo. That wouldn't be under the scrutiny of your parents or bosses glare Number 8 Park and lock umbrella. It isn't just your bike that can lock while you're away in Japan You can park and lock your umbrella so that no one will accidentally take it.

This sort of umbrella rack is a common sight at hotels sports centers and government buildings Just make sure you don't lose your key or forget your locker number number seven Unattended produce stands. Woo Jin Han bi or unmanned stores are a common sight at roadsides in Japan They're a nice way for farmers to get rid of extra stock yet. Still make a nice coin for it Passers-by can simply pick a produce item and drop the payment in a jar This strategy doesn't only promote honesty but also prevents food waste number six the country of vending machines According to their Tourism Board. There are currently five point five million vending machines all over the country That's equivalent to one vending machine for 23 people. They sell almost everything from drinks to eggs bananas Vegetables and surgical masks they also offer items.

You'll only find in Japanese vending machines like rice flowers pantyhose eyeglasses Hamburgers ramen sushi socks umbrellas and even puppies just to name a few number 5 multi-level parking lots Japan is almost the same size as California so they have to utilize the limited space. They have one of their solutions is intelligent parking systems started in 1965 by the Japan parking system Manufacturers Association It's like a multi-level garage within a parking space Incredible they also have what's called the cycle tree, which is an automated parking system for bikes number 4.

Capsule hotels No This isn't from some sci-fi movie Capsule hotels are small compact hotels that have individual pods complete with a bed lights shelves electrical outlets a small Locker and a radio or TV So if you missed the last train or planned a night out in one of Japan's busiest districts This is the perfect place to recharge. Well, as long as you're not claustrophobic or anything number three see Gaia ocean dome if you want to go to the But hate getting sunburned then the Sega Ocean dome is your answer for an unforgettable summer getaway.

This is one of the world's largest indoor water parks and artificial beaches It opened in 1993 and can accommodate 10,000 people the sega ocean Dome has all the amenities like jacuzzis restaurants and a theater number two robot run hotels There's a hotel in Japan where the entire staff consists of robots and it's the first of its kind worldwide it's located in Tokyo and is aptly called the hen na or Weird hotel here the receptionist that greets you a chicken might be an animatronic Dinosaur or a blinking female Android. Well, the hotel isn't entirely run by robots It's still staffed by ten people who else will recharge the bots number one smart bra.

We have smartphones smartwatches smart glasses and smart cars But have you ever heard of the smart bra? This bra knows what its wearer feels and opens only when a woman is with someone She's really into in other words It only unhooks for your one true love hence the name the true love tester How romantic I guess Which of these crazy facts about Japan amazed you the most have you ever been to Japan? Do you want to go now? Tell us in the comments if you found this video Entertaining be sure to give it a like and share it with your friends for more bright side in your life.

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Big Boar PH • 20 часов назад
Hmm interesting technologies. But they said they have grave problem because suicide rate is high, many young people are introvert, hikikomori, sexless, not interested in relationship, overwork, Old people population are rising by 40%. And the saddest is "Kodokushi" or lonely death were many old people died alone and remained undescovered for days, months even a year.
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13mathnerd • 1 день назад
Of course, I want to go to Japan!
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Eulayses Perry • 2 дня назад
What jip, a whole lot of talking and very little actual pictures of the items. Lazy attempt.
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Ani Mali • 3 дня назад
Why don’t chinese and filipinos go and work as slaves in japan? Oh, and BTW, thanks for nothing!
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Misty B • 3 дня назад
Ani Mali Why would they be slaves for other people?
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umesh parmar • 3 дня назад
Yes really amazing i would like to visit japan
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H.G. vishwakarma • 3 дня назад
Doreamon has just left his pocket in japan my favourite cartoon, i love doraemon
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Malia Durachman • 3 дня назад
when I went to tokyo i saw it
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tasnia akter maisha • 3 дня назад
Doraemon has just left his pocket to the Japanese engineers
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H.G. vishwakarma • 3 дня назад
Yes
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James McKenzie • 4 дня назад
Maybe they should’ve used all their brilliant tech know how and built Fukushima better.
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Amy L • 4 дня назад
the "Japanese bullet trains" are actually Chinese.
Isn't that interesting.
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L Jublo • 4 дня назад
Pronounce it ryt cmon
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Pradeep Kumar • 4 дня назад
nice
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shawnn foxx • 4 дня назад
horrible... shamelessly unresearched stock images pitiful
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Alexander mathi • 4 дня назад
Content starts at 00:51
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Junaidah Mercy • 5 дней назад
You know what my dream country is Japan since I was 13 now I already 16 😥 and ever I learn how to speak Japanese thought I love Japan and anime so much.it I olng 18 now I will go to Japan in my 18 birthday 😞
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QUIRKY GAMING W0RLD • 5 дней назад
Japan comes no 1 in the name of technology
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Kali Acharjee • 5 дней назад
I am from japan
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Mikayla Payne • 6 дней назад
He said Kawaii wrong, you say it the same way you say Hawaii but with a K. Like c’mon!!
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betty tamihana • 6 дней назад
Love to go Japan
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