Only in Japan – Get Ready for A Culture Shock

)  These purikuras, or photo booths, continue to be popular even in this day and age.

 

)  Kairos are chemical warmers meant for keeping your hands and clothes warm.

 

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)  Multitudes of companies in Japan are pro-hygiene, often asking sales representatives to hand out tissues for free on the streets.

 

)  You will be seeing people wearing face masks quite a lot in order to avoid any pollution like pollen or germs from affecting their health.  Clean freaks.

 

)  Oshiboris are wet towels which are served in restaurants to ensure that you have the most hygienic dining experience.

 

)  Only in Japan will you find various flavors of Kit-Kats.  Even Americans can’t get enough of this stuff.