When many people think of Japan, one of the first things that come to mind is technology. And also, it seems like every month, this nation surprises us with some groundbreaking new technology that sounds like something out of a science fiction movie!
And if you believe this technology was exclusive for celebrities, TikTok user Steven Wong is going to change your mind. The guy makes TikToks, in which he shows the incredible technology that he meets in his daily life in Japan, and they will convince you that this nation is indeed living in the future.
So, robot waiters are operated remotely by handicapped staff in this Tokyo café. Some individuals will be able to work, socialize, and feel more included due to this.
Handles, elevator buttons, and vending machines all have an antimicrobial coating on them.
By scanning our dishes, the waiter totaled our order.
Baby seats and bag holders are available in the bathrooms.
This sticker is given to those who are above the age of 75. This informs other drivers that you are above the age of sixty.
Especially, it is possible to stay in a capsule hotel for as low as $20 a night. You may use the elevators and lockers using your keycard. You’ll also receive an amenity pack with all of your essentials. I’m claustrophobic to a degree, but these pods are spacious.
Water will stream when you flush the toilet, allowing you to wash your hands. After that, the water is utilized to flush the toilet.
You may inspect inside this public restroom before using it. The glass becomes opaque when the door is locked.
This refrigerator has two doors that open from both sides! It’s a dream come true for lefties.
Children’s baskets are available at Japanese stores. And also, the items for children are on the lower shelf, making them simpler to reach. The reason for this is because Japanese youngsters start doing errands at a young age.