16 Facts About Japan That Will Amaze Inexperienced Travelers.
Living in the United States is great. We have beautiful national parks, plenty of beaches, and we're given a lot of freedoms that many other countries don't have. Living in America has great advantages, but it's as if every other country is alien to us. Take Japan, for example. It's on the opposite side of the world and the way they live is different from the way we live in America. Keep scrolling to find out exactly how different living in Japan truly is.
They have smart toilets that can detect your blood pressure, urine, protein, body fat, and weight in one sitting.
Unnecessary trips to the doctor are a thing of the past. Not only that, but you can keep track of your own health and make adjustments when necessary.
Japanese fashion is out of this world!
Take a stroll through Japan's Akihabara district and you'll feel like you've landed on another planet. People walk around dressed as future retro sci-fi steam punks and...maids? Whatever makes you feel good.
Don't buy fruit in Japan, unless you want pay an arm and a leg.
This square watermelon costs a whopping $212! That better be the best tasting watermelon in existence.
Japanese people exchange money with great respect.
Vendors use both hands when giving you your change, or they set it neatly on a tray.
Comfort is key in Japan.
Even their movie theaters are meant to keep people comfortable. The city of Tokorozawa recently opened up a theater that makes you feel right at home with their traditional kotatsu tables with heating elements underneath.
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