Japan is living in 2050, here's the proof! Watch Video

Japan is living in 2050, here's the proof! Watch Video


The Japanese have embraced technology like no other nation on the planet. From robots to super-fast bullet trains to impressive vending machines, these citizens of the land of the Rising Sun appear to live decades or even hundreds of years in the future. For anyone who has visited Japan, they will attest to their very different way of life. For some, it appears they have stepped into a time portal to the far future of mankind.


The following reasons are just some of the many that prove Japan is already living in the future. This list is far from exhaustive and is no particular order.

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In the future, like in Japan, shoes and footwear are so intimately linked that they share design features. Clearly, this is a huge step forward (pun intended) in design and public transportation. If you love trains, and quirky footwear design, you'll love living in the future in Japan.

You might already be aware of this but Japanese toilets are renowned for their abundance of lights and features. They include features like heating the seat, checking your blood pressure, weight or urine, or simply cleaning the bowl completely spotless.

As we were saying the future will be full of vending machines as far as the eye can see. You will be able to buy anything at any time that your heart (if still biological) desires. This umbrella vending machine is both good looking and very, very convenient indeed. Good work Japan.

As technology progresses their tends to be a trend towards miniaturization of parts and appliances. If we follow this trend forward logically everything can be shrunk to as small as reasonably possible. That's exactly what has happened in Japan. Even their fast food restaurants are unrecognizable to us in the past.

As populations grow and space becomes an ever-increasing premium in the future the obvious solution is to pack as many people into one place as possible. This is exactly what we see in the future of Japan with their capsule hotels. These guest houses provide you with everything you need but minus the view and luxurious space.

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The Japanese love their hotels, and robots it seems. Some even combine these two great passions of this great nation by having a robotic 'front of house'. Though we do hope they can speak English.

The manholes of the future will not just be functional but actual works of beautiful art. As you can see from the following images the attention to detail for such a mundane, yet vital object is impressive and worthy of applause. Manhole cover enthusiasts are certainly in for a treat when the future finally arrives.

As any parent knows asking your children to help with chores around the house is easier than getting blood out of stone. In the future, this will no longer be a daily battle of wits between exhausted parent and sugar hyperfuelled offspring.

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Here is a more serious entry on our list of Japan currently being in the future. Don't get used to it it's actually the only one. Japan's Shinkansen Express (Bullet Train) has been around for some time and is still one of the most advanced forms of public transport around the world. It is very fast, looks cool and offers an incredibly smooth and stable ride. So much so you can balance a coin on its tables without it moving an inch.
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