18 Reasons Why Japan Is Not Like Any Other Country

We have compiled some of the strangest inventions, cultural practices and facts about Japan that will make this country your destination of choice. These are just a particle of the¬†interesting facts¬†about Japanese culture. Actually, there are so many that this one post couldn’t fit them all.

Note: All of these photos were taken before the pandemic.

This Toilet In Japan Has A System Of Occupied/Vacant Toilets Information


Bus Drivers In Japan Were On Strike But Continued Driving Their Routes While Refusing To Take Fares From Passengers

Drink Cans Have Names Written In Braille On The Top



Japanese Fans Stayed Behind After The FIFA World Cup 2014 Match To Help Clean Up

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There Are Baby Seats Attached To The Wall In Most Bathrooms


I Recently Gave Birth In Japan. Here Is Some Of The Hospital Food I Ate


You Can Often Find This Kind Of Toilet In Japan. Wash Your Hands And Reuse The Water For Your Next Flush

Japan’s Manhole Covers Are Beautiful


Most Japanese Schools Don’t Have Custodians. Instead, The Students Do The Cleaning Themselves As A Part Of Showing Gratitude To The School And Learning How To Become More Productive Members Of Society



The Note In Japanese Says, “I Accidentally Knocked Over Your Bike And Broke The Bell. I Am Very Sorry”

This Is How Smooth The Bullet Train Is In Japan

I Dropped My Shopping Bag On The Streets Of Osaka And When I Went Back To Look For It Later That Day, Someone Had Placed It Next To A Tree Untouched


There Are Over 300 Scramble Intersections In Japan Where You Can Cross A Street Diagonally

Commuters In Tokyo Pushed A Train Car To Save A Woman Who Fell And Got Stuck Between The Car And The Platform

Tokyo Train Company Tsukuba Express Apologized For 20-Second-Early Departure


Koi Fishes Even Live In Drainage Channels In Japan

Japanese Toilets Often Have A Button That Plays White Noise/Water Sounds So You Can Poop Without Other People Hearing Your Business

Another Reason Why I Love Japan


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