19 Unusual Things You Can Only See In Japan

“Lunch at a Japanese hospital while I was giving birth”

“Aquarium toilet”

“A popular tourist attraction in Japan, consisting of a toilet surrounded by a huge aquarium, floating exotic fish, and 1 turtle, can be seen in one of Japan’s most famous cafés.”

“Speaking of toilets, this must feel like being on top of the world.”

“Clear Coca-Cola bought in Osaka, Japan”

“Rainbow cheesecake; it was one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever eaten.”

“There is approximately 1 vending machine for every 35 people in Japan. Here are the banana and fish broth vending machines.”

“This ’telecube’ room lets workers do remote work.”

“This was inside the stall, making it difficult for me to pick. So many choices!”

“This locker area in a science museum”

“This machine at a Japanese ski resort warms up and dries your gloves out.”

“This is the statue of Hachiko with a few furry friends keeping him company.”

“This building has a thermometer.”

Miyajima, an island in Japan, also known as The Deer Island, is home to the wild-but-tame Sika deer; they roam the streets freely.”

“Ōkunoshima, a.k.a. The Rabbit Island, is another place you can enjoy in Japan. No one really knows how the rabbits got there.”

“We’ll show you one more: The Cat Island.”

“On the island of Aoshima, there’s a large number of feline residents; for every human on this island, there are 6 cats. We wonder if it feels like an earthquake if all these cats start purring at the same time.”

“This is ONE photo of a camping store in Tokyo.”

“Gold foil ice cream”

Credits:  brightside.me

One comment

  1. The rabbits were taken to the island when Japan’s army started to make chemical weapons and uses the Island and Rabbit’s for the testing of those weapons.

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