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Most Japanese schools don't have janitors. Instead, children do the daily cleaning as part of Buddhist traditions that associate cleaning with morality.
Japanese engineers were asked to redesign the front end of the Bullet Train because it carried enough speed to create a sonic boom whenever it exited a tunnel. Residents could feel the blast from miles away.
The Japanese pilot who attacked a town in Oregon during WW2 returned years later to present his family's 400-year-old samurai sword to the city as a symbol of regret.
The 1 yen coin can be used as a weight, because it weighs exactly one gram. Also, it can float on water.
In 2012, as phone booths become increasingly obsolete because of mobile phones, a Japanese artist has turned several booths in Osaka into aquariums.
The Gate Tower Building skyscraper in Japan has a highway passing through its fifth, sixth and seventh floors.
In Japan, more adult diapers are sold than baby diapers.
Japan has the most vending machines in the world (5.52 million) which is more than the population of New Zealand.
The station master and operating officer at the Kishi Station, Japan, is a cat!
Macaques monkeys in Japan learned to steal purses and wallets, take out the coins, and use them to buy drinks and snacks from vending machines.
Japan's Okinawa Island has more than 450 people living above the age of 100, and is known as the healthiest place on Earth.
In Japan, watermelons are grown into the shape of a square so they are easier to stack and transport.
Sleeping on the job is acceptable in Japan. It is viewed as exhaustion from working hard. Some people fake it to look committed to their job.
Japanese schools do not have proms.
Japan's capital Tokyo means "Eastern Capital".
Japan is the largest exporter of frog's legs.
The Japanese, on average, are the shortest people.