1. Bullet Train
Japan’s high-speed bullet trains, additionally called Shinkansen trains, provide guests with expertise like no alternative with speeds reaching up to 320 km/hr! the main Shinkansen lines with bullet trains include Tokaido, Sanyo, Tohoku, Joetsu, Nagano, and Kyushu.
2. Smart Toilets
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Japanese smart toilets include many smart features that include anus washing, bidet washing, seat warming, and deodorization. These are commonly called as washlets and covers upto 85% Japanese households. These types are washlets rarely found outside Japan.
3. Future Robots
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When it comes to robots, Japan is surely ahead of others. According to experts in near future Japanese robots may have a role in elder care.
4. World’s largest under roof beach
Japan has world’s largest indoor beach, Ocean Dome concerning 1,200 miles south of Tokyo in Miyazaki, on Japan’s southernmost Kyushu Island.300 meters long and one hundred meters wide, with a height of thirty-eight meters, it can accommodate 10,000 individuals at a time.
5. Multi-level Parking
Japan is a very jam-packed and yet small country therefore at some purpose the Japanese started stretching out to above and beyond the ground level to search out new areas to fulfill their wants. this could be seen in huge skyscrapers additionally as in parking systems which in Japan tend to be as machine-driven and space saving as potential.
From underground bike parking to towers rotating your car up to their highest point, Japanese parking systems are undoubtedly not only fascinating for countries with little space.
6. Glowing Tattoo
UV tattoos or blacklight tattoos are commonly found in Japan. These tattoos glow in dark due to the usage of fluoresce.
7. Vending Machines
Unlike other vending machines found in the world, the Japanese vending machine dispenses everything. According to the national tourism board, there are nearly 5.52 million vending machines installed in Japan. From fruits to ramen there exist vending machines for everything.
8. Robot Hotels
Henn-na Hotel in Ginza, Tokyo has implemented some serious masterpiece of technology. The hotel is completely automated by robots and instead of standard electronic keys, a facial recognition feature is implemented.
9. Capsule Hotels
Capsule hotels, also known as pod hotels are common in Japan with a range of plastic tubes fitted with beds, lights, and even tv. They are like small tubes with sci-fi settings. All rooms are made up of plastic or fiberglass which are provided at an affordable cost.