Tiny Japanese iron

Living space in Japan is limited. At first glance, Japan's population density of 336┬ápeople per square kilometer seems deceptively low. In fact, it is lower than that of Belgium, which is 370 people per square kilometer. We should, however, take into account that only roughly 20% of Japan's surface is fit for human habitation, due... Continue Reading →

Japanese toilet roadmap

Japan is all about convenience and customer service. These principles are even applied in the most lowly aspects of life, like for example using the toilet. Of course everyone knows the high-tech Japanese toilets with all the buttons, but what I saw in a roadside rest stop between Toyota City and Ise Jingu took things... Continue Reading →

Umbrella vending machine

In Japan, there is vending machine for everything, apparently. I was so surprised to see a vending machine for umbrellas! Very convenient though. If you want to see other vending machines, I also wrote a post about a Japanese vending machine for beauty products.

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