Pictures show unusual things in Japan, including Cat Islands and haunted apartments


It’s not new information that Japan can sometimes seem like a different world, but this video proves it.

Japan is known for its impressive technology, and the country even has driverless trains.

These driverless trains are shown in a TikTok video by @japanontiktok, in which people can be seen seated in the front and center as the train moves on the tracks.

Another clip from the video shows a restaurant with no staff as people can order through a machine. It is not entirely clear how the food is delivered to the customer once they have submitted their order, however …

Japanese train (@ japanontiktok / TikTok)@ japanontiktok / TikTok

Apparently, Japan also has robots dedicated to the creation of Zen gardens. These gardens are an integral part of Japanese culture and were created with the aim of providing monks with a place to meditate on the teachings of Buddha. They are also there to encourage others to meditate.

Shifting from the side less dominated by technology of Japan, the country has an island dedicated to cats. From the looks of the TikTok video, cats are treated pretty well on this island, as a furry friend can be seen taking a nap in what appears to be a mini sanctuary, presumably designed for animals.

Then there are the apartments that you can rent. While most people would avoid so-called haunted homes like the plague, some landlords in Japan point out that the apartment they are renting is haunted and will offer cheap rental prices.

Colleagues from TikTokers commented on the video, sharing the astonishment at the beauty of Japan. One person tagged a friend, writing, “Here for Cat Island and could watch robots all day, but let’s forget about haunted houses.”

Someone Else Said, “America claims to be such a powerful and smart country […] What a joke America is… look at Japan bruh, they’re way ahead of us. ‘

Many others have posted similar comments that Japan appears to be ahead of other countries in terms of technology, while others have called the country a “dream vacation.”


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