6 Proofs That Japan Is Full of Surprises!

Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with dense cities, imperial palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples. Shinkansen bullet trains connect the main islands of Kyushu, Honshu and Hokkaido. Tokyo, the capital, is known for skyscrapers, shopping and pop culture.

In our blog i will show you guys that Japan is full of surprises so lets start

1.Tokyo is the safest metropolis in the world

The Economist Intelligence Unit research center published a rating of the safest cities in the world that included such categories as information and personal security, healthcare and infrastructure. Tokyo won first place, Singapore second, and the third place was taken by another Japanese city.

2.Japanese kids have a common birthday

This article deals with Childbirth in Japan, and the specific details of childbirth exclusive to Japan in relation to beliefs, attitudes and healthcare.November 15 is a big celebration for all kids who are 3, 5, or 7 years old, and it’s called Shiti-Go-San, which is translated as “Seven-Five-Three”. Odd numbers are considered magical in Japan, and these ages symbolize crucial stages of growing up.

3.Wonderful wildlife sanctuaries

Among these is the Zao Fox Village located in Miyagi Prefecture on the island of Honshu. It’s a village full of wild foxes, and everyone except (obviously) little children can visit and feed them.

4.Lightning-fast road repairs


A section of road in the centre of the Japanese city of Fukuoka has reopened just days after a sinkhole opened up outside a busy railway station and threatened to topple nearby buildings.In a typical demonstration of Japanese workmanship and efficiency, workers toiled around the clocks and had practically filled in the section of road in just two days, according to local media.This picture was taken in 2014 , huge hole 45 ft deep or 30 metre on a road on Fukuoka.The workers finished this big hole in 48 hours I was stunning when i saw this big work.

5.Bullet train

High-speed Shinkansen trains are called “bullet trains” not without reason: they reach the speeds of 200 mph and let commuters arrive on time for their work or studies. It’s no secret that tardiness is disapproved of in Japan, even if it’s not the individual’s fault.

6.Incredible foods variety

Lets not forget about the food in Japan they have one of the most delicious food in the world.In Japan you can find everything from tradition cuisine like Sushi  Okonomiyaki pancakes to sakura-flavored chocolate sweets to vegetables that look like art pieces.Japanese cuisine is shared all around the world.