"Some people in Japan wear glasses merely as an accessory."
"You can buy a tsunami evacuation pod at the store."
“Japanese toilets often have a button that plays white noise/water sounds so other people won’t hear your business.”
“A vending machine in Japan that sells solder and resistors.”
“There’s a relaxation drink in Japan, which is the opposite of an energy drink.”
“Manhole covers in Japan are masterpieces.”
"Okunoshima is a small Japanese island occupied by hundreds of wild rabbits."
"Many restaurants display food replicas in their windows to attract customers."
“This is an example of training work for a bank in Japan. You have to perfect the art of writing numbers.”
"Sinks are attached to toilets to save water."
“Eating your popcorn in the lobby of the movie theater counts as an eat-in restaurant (10% tax), but eating your popcorn inside the theater counts as take-out (8% tax).”
“This shopping center in Japan has free refrigerated lockers for your perishables so you can keep shopping after you get your groceries.”
“At Narita International Airport (Tokyo), they give you free origami instead of candy.”
“This Japanese gum I have comes with little pieces of paper inside for you to spit your gum into when you’re finished with it.”
“The Japanese platform, 9 3/4, has ticket gates.”
Here in the US we have a brand called Neuro. They make herbal drinks enhanced with vitamins and have different kinds. There's Neuro Bliss which is supposed to be like a pick me up and Neuro Sleep which is supposed to relax you. They taste pretty good, but are more expensive than a soda, but I don't think they do anything for you. Probably more along those lines.
its abour harry potter movie.