Japan is considered one of the best countries to live in, because its educational level is high, thefts and insecurity are practically non-existent, its food is recognized worldwide, its natural settings seem to be taken from a postcard and its technological advances go further. of Dreams.
If you don’t believe it, then check out these 18 images of what you can find on the streets of the country of the Rising Sun. They are so incredible that they will make you feel inside an anime or manga.
1. His food is as cute as it is delicious
Whipped cream and fruit sandwiches are a global trend. And not testing them or attempting to replicate them should be considered a crime.
2. Train stations have private cabins
All are equipped with a desk, an armchair, internet and electrical installations for those who need a bit of privacy. By the way, its use is completely free, you just have to wait your turn to access one of these cabins.
3. You can rent an umbrella
In subway, train or even bus stations it is common to see these umbrella rental machines, which are perfect for those sunny days or those with torrential rain.
4. The temporary bars give the avenue a touch kawaii
Its design is specially thought for the little ones. However, they are lovely to see and we are fascinated that they are different from the classic metallic bars or orange cones.
5. The night buses look like something out of the cinema
The night buses to travel from one city to another are wider, allow to regulate the intensity of the light and are separated by false walls for more privacy and comfort.
6. Public toilets are quite an experience
The bathrooms have a privacy button that makes a loud sound or music when you press it. This masks all the noise you make in there.
7. Food replicas are pure art
In Japan, it is usual for restaurants to display imitations of food in their windows, this helps foreigners to choose a dish from the menu without knowing Japanese. But the most surprising thing is that the imitations of the cymbals are so realistic that they should be considered works of art.
8. Its sewers are full of history
Many of the sewers have beautiful drawings. Several of them allude to Japanese culture and stories belonging to it.
9. This is what a street market looks like
Street markets often have narrow aisles, are packed with merchandise from head to toe, and are colorful. There are some that remain open 24 hours a day.
10. There is always an event
In Japan it is usual to see from a parade at noon to races of Go Karts, because events are the order of the day.
11. The Japanese are extremely kind
It is common for government offices to give tea to people who have waited too long in line.
12. There is always someone to help
If you happen to need help with the station terminal, an employee will literally come out of it and show you everything.
13. Free literary covers!
Japanese bookstores give out decorative covers to their buyers. This has two functions: to help maintain the book and to prevent others from knowing what you are reading.
14. Nature and technology in the same place
Vending machines blend seamlessly with nature.
15. Dream bars
In Japan there are bars where you can spend hours drinking, eating sushi, and petting kittens.
I am Derek Black, an author of World Stock Market. I have a degree in creative writing and journalism from the University of Central Florida. I have a passion for writing and informing the public. I strive to be accurate and fair in my reporting, and to provide a voice for those who may not otherwise be heard.