10 things you only see in Japan – travel inspiration – most amazing top 10





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10 things you only see in Japan – most amazing top 10 – travel inspiration
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Who doesn’t love Japan? The land of the rising sun, the country that introduced sushi, and many other things we love.

But Japan is also known for other more bizarre things you may not be aware. In this video, I show you ten things you can only find in Japan.

Number one is particularly strange, so make sure to stick until the end to find out.

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#10
Blue traffic lights. Really?

#9
Naps at work.

#8.
Ramen noodles baths.

#7.
Professional train pushers.

#6
Weird shaped Watermelons.

#5
Robot-run hotels.

#4
Canned food restaurants

#3
The weirdest Gameshows

#2.
Vending machines for anything you need

#1.
A Penis Festival.

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Comments

  • Posted: October 24, 2020 11:42

    Darcylee Brioux

    cool video, thx
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 11:42

    Rusty Shackleford

    "Who doesn't love Japan?"

    China.

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