We all know how innovative the Japanese are and how some of the most futuristic technologies can be found in public spaces. Although, the Japanese are not just good in technology, but they are also humanitarians and respectful of others and their public spaces. For example, have you ever seen hundreds or even thousands of people staying at a soccer game after its ending to clean the stadium? If you’ve seen that, it must have been at the FIFA World Cup in 2014.
Because protests are meant to harm governments and not ordinary people who are looking for a way to go to their work and back home.
Yes, cleaning up after a game is something that you can do.
Hospital food after giving birth.
When the space is too small, you have to be inventive.
Someone hit this person’s bike and stole the light and left a note with some money to apologize.
Some toilets have a machine that produces white noise so that nobody will have to hear you doing your business.
Koi fish even live in drainage systems.
People just abide by the rules.
Umbrella lockers guarantee that nobody will ever steal your umbrella.
That’s another free gift that you may find in Japanese airports and rail stations.
There is no reason why you and your partner have to fight on whether you will keep the lamp on or not.
Many Japanese restaurants display fake, but accurate plates or their menu dishes so that people know exactly what they’re ordering.
Japan is such a different country and its people seem to be perfectly in sync with the rules and laws that their government has created for them. Maybe we could take an example from them.