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  • 11 août 2019

  • Elements from Japanese culture are in our lives right now: many people watch anime and Japanese TV series, they eat wok and sushi, and they listen to songs by Japanese singers. And even such a seemingly ordinary thing as karaoke actually originated in Japan. However, there are still some things that can only be seen in the Land of the Rising Sun. Really, Japan is a unique country, different from the rest of the world. Wanna have Pringles soup when in Japan? Here you go. In the mood for dinner with a huge plush Moomin in a Japanese cafe? Not a problem at all. Here are some cultural things can’t be seen anywhere but in Japan. Other videos you might like: Why Japanese Are So Thin According to Science https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxsnY... 15 Examples of Japanese Etiquette That Will Drive You Crazy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR-H7... 17 Crazy Things That Are Only Possible in Japan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wKiw... TIMESTAMPS: Green rabbit called Miffy 0:34 Amazing head massagers 1:00 What Izakaya is 1:20 Square watermelons 1:48 Pringles is a noodle brand 2:26 Coffee in a bottle 2:44 Plush Moomin as your lunch companion 3:18 Pokemon-shaped cookies 3:43 Sauce that keeps the rice together 4:03 KFC instead of more traditional food 4:28 A stationery store which rises 12 floors 4:50 50 million vending machines 5:30 Japan-limited Kit-Kats 5:52 Free tissues on the streets 6:10 One-use pocket-heaters 6:36 Purikura 7:04 Rice of different colors 7:34 A subway chin rest 8:13 Cool taxi 8:43 Sightseeing cars with... footbaths 9:10 #Japan #asia #brightside SUMMARY: - Most people know that a sure sign they CAN cross the road is the little, lit-up green man, right? Well, not in Japan! There, you should wait for a green rabbit called Miffy. - In Japan, they grow square watermelons. Nope, it's not a slip of the tongue. In Kagawa prefecture, they produce a couple hundred square watermelons a year. - When you buy Pringles in Japan, you don't get a tube of potato chips; you get noodles! - In Japan, if you come to a cafe alone, you get a massive plush Moomin as your lunch companion so that you don't feel sad! - A Holiday meal means tons of tasty food and, of course, a big roast turkey! But if you ever celebrate the Holidays while in Japan, don't get surprised to be treated with KFC instead of more traditional food. - In the Ginza district of Tokyo, there’s an unusual stationery store which rises 12 floors! - There are more than 50 million vending machines in Japan, and that means they’re literally everywhere! - If you're in Japan and wondering what souvenirs you can get for your family and friends, try Japan-limited Kit-Kats! - Suffering from the cold in the winter? Just get yourself one of these one-use pocket-heaters that are so popular in Japan! It's called kairo, and nowadays, you just need to open it for the chemical reaction to begin. - Do you love unusual forms of art? Then how about rice paddy art? People plant rice of different colors and types to create breathtaking images in paddy fields. - Imagine returning home after a long and crazy day at work. The Japanese have found a solution for this problem - and that's a subway chin rest! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Stock materials (photos, footages and other): https://www.depositphotos.com https://www.shutterstock.com https://www.eastnews.ru ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

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  • BRIGHT SIDE
    BRIGHT SIDE il y a 1 an

    Hey there, BrightSiders! Would you rather get a Japanese head massage or eat a Pokemon-shaped cookie?

  • niikun219
    niikun219 il y a 1 an (modifié)

    I'm Japanese

  • naseema beegum
    naseema beegum il y a 1 an

    Bright Side: Japan is different,Canada is unique,India is a different world,Bhutan is strange etc ....

  • Marc Comfort
    Marc Comfort il y a 2 mois

    I have lived here in Japan for 35 years and have only encountered 7 /20 of these. There is a specialized Kit-Kat store in Tokyo station....

  • Manabu Miwa
    Manabu Miwa il y a 1 an (modifié)

    As a Japanese, I’ve never heard those kind of things... Am I living under a rock?

  • Mio Fuke
    Mio Fuke il y a 1 an

    I'm japansee. almost all these informations are wrong...

  • Kaori
    Kaori il y a 4 mois

    I’m Japanese and I can tell you that these are mostly false lol Hilarious though!

  • Lucy K
    Lucy K il y a 1 an

    I am Japanese, half of this things are not true...

  • Terushi Fukuda
    Terushi Fukuda il y a 2 mois

    I'm Japanese too. Here's proof:

  • Hello From Nihon
    Hello From Nihon il y a 1 an

    Been here for 20 years, this video is complete nonsense. Miffy crosswalk? popular Pringle noodles? foolishness... 90% of this video is useless

  • Nagendra S
    Nagendra S il y a 1 an

    I am an Indian but we Indians love Japan tradition, culture, technology etc love from India 🇮🇳

  • Manju UP
    Manju UP il y a 1 an

    Japan is one of the best countries i've ever known

  • Charles Jannuzi
    Charles Jannuzi il y a 1 an

    I have lived in Japan for about half of my life, and have never seen most of these things.

  • Blake Ross
    Blake Ross il y a 1 an

    THE "SAUCE" IS ALWAYS IN SUSHI, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU'RE IN JAPAN OR NOT!!!

  • lostjustice
    lostjustice il y a 10 mois

    I've lived in Japan for 8 years and it seems that most of these so-called "facts" are not true.

  • Sher Ling
    Sher Ling il y a 1 an

    I'm Japanese stop making false information about Japan 😐

  • Paul Dixon
    Paul Dixon il y a 1 an

    Hey Bright Side, how about you actually do real research or actually visit Japan before you make a misinformed and misleading video about a country.

  • Armas Ingesson Mantsinen
    Armas Ingesson Mantsinen il y a 1 an (modifié)

    Moomins are not even Japanese they come from Finland

  • mp14
    mp14 il y a 1 an (modifié)

    I’m early

  • Jason McCann
    Jason McCann il y a 1 an

    I’ve been living in Japan my whole life I’ve never seen no rabbit in crossing lights