We all want to visit Japan someday. After all, this place is not like any other country in the world. From cafes hiring paralyzed people to control robot servers, train tracks having pathways for turtles, to sprinklers on the road, Japan has everything. 

Unique facts about Japan compiled in this post will make you believe this place is no less than a dreamland. Scroll down to see the Japanese culture. 

A Cafe In Japan Is Hiring Paralyzed People To Control Robot Servers In Order To Still Make An Income

Bus Drivers In Japan, Striking In Such A Way That People Don’t Suffer

This Is A Rice Paddy. Farmers In Japan Plant Specific Rice Species To Make These Amazing Artworks

Penguin Soap Opera In Kyoto Aquarium

Tree In Japan Being Relocated To Make Way For A Road

Long Walkway Covered In Semi-Transparent Umbrellas In Moominvalley Park, Saitama Prefecture, Japan

There Is A Phone Booth Known As The “Telephone Of The Wind” On A Hill Overlooking The Ocean In Otsuchi Town In Northeastern Japan. It Is Connected To Nowhere, But People Come To “Call” Family Members Lost During The 2011 Earthquake And Tsunami

Train Tracks In Japan Have Special Pathways For Turtles Under Them To Avoid Turtle Casualties And Train Delays

This 400 Year Old Bonsai Tree Survived The Bombing Of Hiroshima In Japan

On Many Japanese Toilets, The Hand Wash Sink Is Attached So That You Can Wash Your Hands And Reuse The Water For The Next Flush. Japan Saves Millions Of Liters Of Water Every Year Doing This

There’s An Ancient Japanese Pruning Method From The 14th Century That Allows Lumber Production Without Cutting Down Trees Called “Daisugi”

Japan Repair A Sinkhole In Fukuoka City In 2 Days

These Sprinklers On The Road Near The Ski Resort I’m At In Japan To Keep The Road From Freezing Over. (Salt Water If You Were Wondering)

Born In Japan, 1751 And Died On July 7, 1977, At A Grand Old Age Of 226, Koi Hanako Was The Oldest Koi Fish Ever Recorded

While Waiting At Kyoto Station This Guy Asked If I Want To Play Two-Player Game Boy With Him. 30 Mins Well Spent

Somewhere In Kyoto, Japan, There’s This Man And His Dog. He Plays The Flute, The Dog Is Cute, And That’s How They Earn Some Loot

Hospital Food In Japan

These Square Watermelons In Japan – Grown In Boxes To Shape Them While On The Vine – For Convenient Stacking, Shipping, And Refrigerator Storage

In Japan Some Restaurants Are Really Private, You Are Sitting In A Corner, Where No One Sees You, A Door Opens In Front Of You, The Chef’s Hands Come Out And Serves You Without Looking

The Gum I Bought In Japan Comes With A Stack Of Paper For Easy Disposal

Train Seats In Japan Facing Outwards So You Can See The Scenery

This Train Stop In Japan Has No Entries Or Exits, It Has Been Put There Merely So That People Can Stop Off In The Middle Of A Train Journey And Admire The Scenery

At Japanese Airports, The Baggage Handlers Arrange Luggage By Color So It’s Easier For You To Find Your Bag

Flood In Japan, Just Realized There Are Barely Any Floating Trash And Debris

This Is How Smooth The Bullet Train Is In Japan

My Package From Japan Just Came In And The Owner Sent Me A Note With Some Origami

 When You Need Help At A Train Station In Japan, Station Staff Will Literally Pop Out And Help You

Subways In Japan Have Women-Only Cars

Japan’s Fans Cleaning Up Their Sections After Their Match vs. Ivory Coast. Much Respect

This Is Not The Food From A High-End Restaurant. This Is Hospital Food In Japan

The Picture Of The Japanese Movie Advertisement Is Printed On Two Sides Of The Newspaper, So The Full Picture Could Be Seen Under Light

“Pets” Button On A High-End Residential Building Elevator In Tokyo

A Relaxation Drink In Japan, The Opposite Of An Energy Drink

Aogashima Is An Isolated Village In Tokyo That Is Inside A Volcano That Has Another Mini Volcano Inside It

Floating Solar Power Plant In Japan On The On The Yamakura Dam Reservoir