98% of all Japanese adoptions are employers adopting the adult men on their staff, not children.
Because people have developed a habit of taking their phone where ever the go, even while they are showering!
Masabumi Hosono (15th October 1870 – 14th March 1939) was no ordinary man; he was the only Japanese, who travelled on RMS Titanic, the world famous ship.
There's a restaurant in Japan using monkeys as waiters.
Earless bunnies were born In Japan after the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.
The Japanese farmers grow normal watermelons in transparent square boxes made of glass, the fruit then grows into square shape naturally.
Official estimates put the pet population at 22 million or more, but there are only 16.6 million children under 15.
Japan's birth rate is so low adult diapers are sold more than baby diapers.
Dolphin meat is consumed in a small number of countries world-wide, which include Japan and Peru.
Do you like salmon sushi? If so, you can thank Norway.
Incredibly, despite the immense sacrifice involved, it's estimated that only 14% to 19% of Kamikaze aircraft succeeded in hitting their targets.
Since 1948, Japan's Fueiho law has banned dance clubs from being open past midnight.
The world's largest gold bar weighs 250 kg (551 lb).
Japanese manufacture Toto built a motorcycle that runs on poop.
Prior to 1868, eating meat from four legged animals had been prohibited in Japan for more than a thousand years.
Rock Paper Scissors was invented in China, but popularized in Japan, where it's called 'Janken.'