This Tokyo café has robot waiters controlled remotely by disabled workers. For some people this gives them an opportunity to work, socialize and feel more inclusive.
When you flush the toilet, water will run so you can wash your hands. This water is then reused to flush the toilet.
Shops in Japan have kid sized baskets. Children item are on he bottom shelves so it’s easier for them to grab. Mainly because Japanese children run errands at an early age.
This public bathroom let’s you check inside before entering. And when you lock the door, the glass turns opaque.
They have capsule hotels for as little as $20 a night. Your keycard gives you access to the elevators and lockers. You also get an amenity bag that includes your necessities. I’m lowkey claustrophobic but these pods are roomy.
This fridge opens from both sides! It’s a lefties dream come true.
Bathrooms have baby seats and bag holders.
When you’re over seventy five years old, you’ll get this sticker. This lets other drivers know you’re old.
When you arrive to school you have to remove your shoes and put on indoor shoes. There are also separate slippers for the restroom.
The waiter totalled our order by scanning our plates.
There are lockers for your umbrella. Make sure you remember your number.
This robot runs a coffee shop all by itself.
They have antibacterial film on handles, elevator buttons and vending machines.
This cashierless store already knows what I have and totals the order without scanning.
(RFID scans all the items in the basket)
They have Black Q-tips with a ribbed texture. So that it feels good when you’re penetrating the ear lobes. And it’s visually satisfying when you see all that gunk.