Things That Make Japan More Visionary Than Other Countries in the World part 2

Antibacterial coating

Technological progress in Japan is unquestionable. The Japanese have an antibacterial coating on the handles, elevator buttons and vending machines. This layer serves to reduce the growth of bacteria and viruses on the surface of the coated object.

Automatic cash register

Some shops in Japan no longer require employees to look after cashiers. Customers simply put the groceries in the cashier that has been provided. Automatically all items will be counted. You don’t have to worry, there will always be a guide at the cash register.

Black ear plugs

Japan produces black earplugs that are comfortable to use and disguise dirt so that it is not too visible. The jagged texture makes it easy for you to clean your ears. Have you tried it or not?

Double-sided refrigerator door

It may look useless, but this double-sided refrigerator door is also intended for left-handed users. You can open the refrigerator from both sides, so you don’t have to bother changing positions. Cool!

Public bathroom

No need to worry when you suddenly want to go to the toilet. In Japan there are many public toilets that you can use. Although it looks transparent, this bathroom will instantly turn opaque if someone is in it.

Shopping basket for kids

In Japan, children learn to be independent from a young age. Japanese children practice to be able to shop on their own. Japanese convenience stores deliberately put children’s items at the bottom, so they are easy to pick up. Supermarkets in Japan also provide mini shopping baskets for children. Now think about it, which country does the same thing?


You will see the combination of the toilet and the sink when you are in the bathroom. The water used for washing hands will be used to flush the toilet. With this technology, of course, it will make us more water efficient.

Cafe waiter robot

The first visionary innovation for people with disabilities is the presence of Robot Dawn Cafe. They use robots to serve visitors. These robots are controlled by disabled workers remotely. This technology has opened wider opportunities for people with disabilities to be able to work and socialize.