20 Photos Showing That Japan Is The Most Awesome Country You Can Ever Live In

Hi Scoopers! I’m sure most of you have heard a lot about Japan and how awesome it is there but I’m also sure that you haven’t heard everything about it and what you know is not even more than 5% of the truth about it. There are more hidden facts about Japan that you never knew.

Most of people there are perfectionists who love to see everything organized more than any other country. In this post you will see how Japanese people clean the stadium after a football game and some genius and awesome inventions that only exist there! I’m not going to tell you more about this list and I’ll let you discover it yourself. Scoop has collected some of the most awesome photos and facts about Japan, keep scrolling down, upvote your favorite photos, share your ideas and opinions in theĀ comments and enjoy your daily scoop of the internet!

#1 This is how smooth the bullet train is in Japan

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#2 When I came back to take my bike I found this note in Japanese that says “I accidentally knocked over your bike and broke the bell. I am very sorry.”

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#3 I lost my shopping bag in Japan and when I came back I found it placed next to this tree untouched!

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#4 Beautiful manhole covers in japan

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#5 In FIFA WORLD CUP 2014, Japanese fans stay after the game to help clean up

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#6 Random people pushing a 32 ton train to help a woman who fell under the train

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  1. in my country i whould never do that (i whould if you didnt understand) what i want to come to is that it is so dumb ofcourse they whould stayed and helped her if they dont need to hurry???

#7 Some toilets in Japan have a button that play noise/water sounds so poop without worrying about other people hearing your business

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#8 Drainage canal in Japan is so clean they even have koi in it

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#9 In Japan there is no janitorial staff, students are required to clean everyday.

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  1. Ummm NO? They’re just being taught responsibility and good habits, this is no “forced labour”, you obviously don’t have kids (or if you do, they’re awfully spoiled)

  2. Just so you know, the children actually LIKE cleaning. Notice even the ones not looking at the camera are smiling

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#10 This toilet in Japan where you can wash your hands with the newly added flushing water, and reuse it for the next flush

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