Self-parking cars? Nissan even makes self-parking house slippers!
To save space, cars are parked vertically in places like Tokyo.
While a bidet may seem ordinary, Japanese toilet seats offer a simple bidet even for home use.
A kindergarten with a playground on the roof! Check out this huge oval-shaped tree house!
These yellow street lines are designed to guide the visually impaired citizens.
In Japan, there’s a hotel completely staffed by robots.
They have 3D visuals instead of pictures on the menus. How can you not salivate while looking at these?
This smart mirror by Novera interacts with users to make them feel beautiful. Reminds you of Snow White, right?
Despite its lack of space and the fact that it’s a metropolitan area, Tokyo found a solution to agriculture by bringing the rice field underground.
The popular crane games in Japan can be played anonymously online and the prizes can be sent right to your doorstep.
Don’t worry about a parking space for your bicycle because in Japan, there’s such a thing as underground bicycle parking.
The Japanese have come up with yet another futuristic-shaped fruit, the pentagon orange.
Saving space without compromising on the remembrance of those who have passed on, Japan introduced a beautiful high-tech cemetery.
This seemingly gravity-defying bridge is a real bridge in Japan. It looks a lot like a roller coaster, climbing up to the sky or coming down a steep slope.
Japan gives an edge (or 8) to an otherwise ordinary fruit.
An infant breastfeeding and sleep inducement device for fathers
A perfect travel buddy — self-moving suitcase and robot companion. It follows you wherever you go.
In some panoramic places there are supports to hold your smartphone so you can take beautiful selfies.
A shop where disabled parking access is remotely controlled to prevent incorrect use
A bedside lamp that can be half lit
Why not have a foot bath while enjoying the scenery on the Yamagata Shinkansen line?
This automatic vending machine distributes free umbrellas during the rainy season.
Koi fish also live in some drainage canals in Japan which is evidence of their cleanliness.
A toilet in Japan with an information system that shows the occupied and free bathrooms.
Refrigerated lockers in a shopping center keep your perishable foods cool while you shop.
Smartphone wipe dispenser, to keep your phone’s screen clean
Child seats attached to the wall in the bathrooms are really useful for moms.
When you buy this gum in Japan there are pieces of paper included to spit it in when you have finished chewing it.
In some elevators there are seats that can be used as toilets in case of emergency.
There’s a magic button to slow down the taxi in case you prefer a slower speed.
Useful instructions in the dressing rooms prevent you from staining your clothes with makeup.
The Japanese have an enormous respect for rules, which can also be seen by watching people climb the stairs.