Robots that serve food and drinks
Elevators indicating the weather outside
Food in Japanese hospitals
The bullet train in Japan that feels as if it’s standing still
Japanese people make the country even more beautiful by painting the streets’ manholes.
A toilet that lets you wash your hands and use the water to flush
Japanese fans stay behind after a FIFA match to help with the clean-up.
The Japanese gum containers that offer paper pieces for wrapping your used gum in
Baby seats attached on the walls in Japan designed to help mothers using the toilet
Everyone follows the rules and respects each other.
The note in Japanese translates to: “I accidentally knocked over your bike and broke the bell. I am very sorry.”
Trying to save someone’s life by tilting the train and helping the man escape
Public toilet sound system
Some toilets in Japan have a button that plays white noise or water sounds so that people can feel comfortable going to the bathroom without other people hearing them.
The toilet system that lets you know which stalls are vacant or occupied
The refrigerated lockers that you can leave your food in and continue shopping
You are given specific slippers for your bathroom visit.
Tokyo commuters waiting for their train
A smartphone screen-wiper dispenser
Japanese airport staff sorting out the suitcases by color
A lamp in a Japanese hotel room that lights up half and half
Trains in Japan are equipped with foot baths to make journeys more relaxing.
The unwritten reverse parking rule makes drivers’ lives easier.
Emergency toilets are in several elevators in Japan.
Japanese ATMs have both cup holders and cane holders.
Stands that hold your smartphone to take selfies
Hospitals offer glasses with prescriptions for filling out forms.
Japanese taxis have these buttons in case the rider would like them to go slower.
A vending machine in Japan selling fresh farm eggs
Square watermelons that can fit in the refrigerator
Designated smoking rooms on Japanese trains
Japanese handrails that bend with the steps
Cans that contain alcohol have braille pressed in at the top.