17 Futuristic Reasons Why Japan is Living 100 Years Ahead of Us

17 Futuristic Reasons Why Japan is Living 100 Years Ahead of Us

Considering factual information as undependable to declare Japan as being a hundred years ahead of us in every sense, one can always take a route of pictures to prove the statement. In simpler words, Japan is living in 2118 while the rest of the world is stuck in 2018. Not getting into the facts of which time machine helped them in attaining these goals, we’d rather jump right into the photographic evidence.

These pictures are enough to show you why exactly Japan is so far ahead of us. WIth their capsule hotels, indoor water parks, and resourceful washrooms, there’ not much they haven’t already ticked off the list.

So let’s go on with the impressive gallery. Japan is really hitting it off with all the right kind of things.

1. Grooming the dogs in cube form is the latest trend.

1. Grooming the dogs in cube form is the latest trend.

2. A min-McDonald’s for your small lunch breaks.

2. A min-McDonald’s for your small lunch breaks.

3. These shiny Black Fries will give you all kinds of foodgasm.

3. These shiny Black Fries will give you all kinds of foodgasm.

4. They will even give you a watermelon with your favorite character on it.

4. They will even give you a watermelon with your favorite character on it.

5. Specifically designed bras with a clasp which can be only opened by someone you are really into.

5. Specifically designed bras with a clasp which can be only opened by someone you are really into.

6. Japan is the only place where the expectations meet reality.

6. Japan is the only place where the expectations meet reality.

7. These chairs for the babies are available for more convenience to the parents.

7. These chairs for the babies are available for more convenience to the parents.

8. A hotel in Japan consists of robots as its complete staff.

8. A hotel in Japan consists of robots as its complete staff.

9. Elevators in Japan’s departmental stores have attendees.

9. Elevators in Japan’s departmental stores have attendees.

10. Ever seen so many lightings in the washroom? No? here we are.

10. Ever seen so many lightings in the washroom? No? here we are.

11. Seagaia Ocean Dome is the biggest indoor water park in the world. Quite stunning, isn’t it?

11. Seagaia Ocean Dome is the biggest indoor water park in the world. Quite stunning, isn’t it?

12. This unattended grocery store has a bucket for you to drop the money in the jar.

12. This unattended grocery store has a bucket for you to drop the money in the jar.

13. The built-in sink in the washrooms allows you to reuse the water you washed your hands with.

13. The built-in sink in the washrooms allows you to reuse the water you washed your hands with.

14. Capsule hotel provides everything a guest might need in a precise space.

14. Capsule hotel provides everything a guest might need in a precise space.

15. “The most organized luggage pickup you’ll ever see. All are upright with handles facing outward for easy pick up (taken at the Narita Airport).”

15. “The most organized luggage pickup you’ll ever see. All are upright with handles facing outward for easy pick up (taken at the Narita Airport).”

16. Rice paddy art is the art of creating images by planting rice of different types in a certain order. It has recently become very popular in Japan.

16. Rice paddy art is the art of creating images by planting rice of different types in a certain order. It has recently become very popular in Japan.

17. A special vending machine just for umbrellas.

17. A special vending machine just for umbrellas.