These prepackaged ice cream cones were at almost every 7-Eleven I went to.
Individual boiled eggs. I think this should come to America. The Japanese enjoy soft-boiled eggs which are vastly superior to the sulfur-smelling hard-boiled.
At almost every vending machine you could find this white Powerade tasting drink. The Pocari Sweat Company is trying to get a bottle of the Pocari Sweat powder on the moon.
This was just too funny to not take a picture of. What is he doing?
Apparently he just loves Japan.
Just individually wrapped cheesecake slices .
The selection of cold coffee is really vast and there is a lot of unsweetened iced coffee .
This was one of the many snacks offered at the convenience stores. It is a pancake with butter baked inside.
This is the work of Hiroshi Ishiguro called Telenoid R1.
It seems the robot was to be used as a telepresence robot that had no gender or age. I’ll let you decide what to think of this creation.
This is a perfectly round cantaloupe that costs about $74.93. Fruit in japan is very luxurious gift and comes with an extravagant price.
This isn’t the most interesting thing but I thought the Coke cans opening shape was mildly interesting.
This is how I would wash my clothes. The Japanese typically do not use dryers opting to air dry their clothes.
This is another snack, a non-refrigerated uncrustable.
This is a Suica Card: a rechargeable contactless card that is most often used to pay for train fares. More recently the card is extending to stores to act as a type of electronic money. The next picture shows the train gate where you tap the card on the light blue area to pay for the train.