#1 This Japanese airport sorts luggage by color to make it easy for travelers to find.
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#2 This bathroom in Japan has a “privacy” button that plays music to mask any, uh, noises.
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#3 This staircase in Tokyo tells pedestrians how many calories they’re burning with each step.
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#4 This Japanese pizza box puts a handle in the center to prevent the box from tipping.
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#5 This Japanese bathroom has a digital map that shows which stalls are currently in use.
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#6 This cab in Japan has a button riders can press when they’d like the driver to go more slowly.
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#7 This tourist bought gum in Japan, and it came with a small pad of paper for easy disposal of each piece.
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#8 This Japanese police car has lights that raise up, so they’re more easily visible in traffic.
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#9 These umbrellas found in Japan reveal interesting patterns when wet.
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#10 This claw machine game in Japan gives winners CHEESECAKES.
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#11 This Japanese hotel has mirrors in the bathroom with a heated portion that never fogs.
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#12 This Japanese train has the seats facing the windows for a more pleasant ride.
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#13 This restroom in Japan has a kiddy seat for parents to put their children in while they go.
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#14 This Japanese hotel offers free smartphones with data plans for travelers to use.
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#15 This elevator in Japan has an anti-static pad for users to touch before pressing buttons, to avoid any shocks.
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#16 And this Japanese elevator lets people know when it’s raining outside.
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