The land of the Rising Sun is like an entire different world of unbelievable phenomena and weird traditions.
We collected a few amazing stories shedding some light on the daily lives of ordinary Japanese Nation.
$24,000 for a couple of melons
Even Japanese square watermelons are not as highly-priced as Yubari king melons. at an auction in 2008, two melons have been bought for $24,000. the main reason for this type of excessive rate is the rarity of the fruit: those melons are grown in small quantities on the island of Hokkaido, and their harvest is immediately bought up by dealers.
The widest assortment of trains
trains that run on Japanese soil are richly various: vintage, double decked, super fast, trains without driver, or even trains comparable to cool cartoon characters which includes Thomas the Tank Engine. subway trains have special women-only cars safe from men’s advances.
A spa where you can splash in wine, sake, or coffee
an first rate place where you can not only swim in large pools of wine, coffee, sake, or even bouillon but also drink them on the spot.