20 photos that prove: the future in Japan has come a long time agoPictolic
Japan is the most technically developed country on the planet. They manage to do this not only because of the many bright minds, but also because of strict discipline and love of work. Moreover, all futurism goes well with the pristine nature, which is under special protection here. In a selection of photos, we will clearly show their technical superiority and the wonders of self-control.
Who else would think of making a refrigerator that comes to the owner at the first call?
An exoskeleton that increases the strength of the wearer.
On the street here you can find containers with umbrellas. Anyone can take shelter from the rain.
And umbrellas are not as simple as it seems.
Remember at least the Football World Cup in Russia. How many people cleaned up their garbage like the Japanese?
And in their native country, they throw out all the garbage only at home. What should I do with the gum then? It's simple, they are sold with napkins!
Sometimes it's a pity to eat sweets here.
Even manholes in Japan are a real decoration!
It's better to make your way through the crowd than to break the rules.
A "smart" toilet? Easily.
There are also devices in the toilets that emit pleasant sounds. The Japanese are very shy.
In Japanese hospitals, the food here is no worse than in our restaurants.
For smokers, special containers are provided here so that they do not litter.
Local selfie booths (what?) automatically make your eyes bigger. Don't forget that Japan is the birthplace of anime!
Watermelons are square here. It's more convenient this way.
Japanese culture is a separate conversation.
A regular Kit Kat is a rarity here.
Trains have been levitating here for a long time, and they don't drive, and at an incredible speed — more than 600 km/h! The fastest train in the world, MLX01 Maglev. Takashi H
Separately, it is worth mentioning the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which have experienced the power of nuclear weapons. They have turned from ruins into attractive megacities: