Japan is known for her inventions. Some of these are weird, some subtle and some others are somewhere in between.
Just remember the selfies stick, with which we all laughed a few years ago.
See below 18 intelligent inventions from Japan, that will make your life easier.
Rotating train seats
If you don’t like to sit on your back when you are traveling, you can turn your seat on any side you want.
Helmet with a hole for ponytails.
Companies that make helmets look after women.
A place for babies in public toilets
Every parent’s dream: it is a baby chair that parents can leave their children while visiting the restroom.
A cafeteria for the lonely souls.
If someone goes alone in this coffee, the staff puts in front of a stuffed teddy bear.
Most of us would give everything for diagonal crosswalks. However, in Tokyo is very common.
Base for Tablet
Ideal for watching films.
Sunglasses for dogs
A ‘ silent ‘ karaoke microphone.
Ideal for having fun without disturbing others, since only you hear your voice.
The Japanese consider the bathroom the dirtiest part of the House, even if it is clean. We go in with the same shoes that circulated in the rest of the House.
A pillow to work lying down
On the door there is the surname of the owner and not the number of road
Most streets in Japan do not have names and numbers of houses based on the date on which they were built. So, many put their name on the door of the House.
Washbasin that saves water for toilet flushing
The washbasin gathers water when we wash our hands and then this water is used to flush the toilet.
In Japan they do not lose chance to replace people with machines. For example, in this shop there are no human sellers, only automatic.
Dinosaur at the reception
The best receptionist ever!
A paper towel covering your face when you eat burgers
To eat a burger we must open our mouths wide and the Japanese are embarrassed to do so. So they invented a paper towel, to cover their mouths while eating burgers.
Parking for umbrellas
This way you don’t have to worry about where to put your umbrella.