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AI human washing machine on its way for Osaka-Kansai Expo 2025 in Japan

Science, a Japanese technology company specializing in bathroom and kitchen innovation, is developing a washing machine for human, aiming to complete it for the Osaka-Kansai Expo 2025.This human washing machine will use the latest "fine bubble technology"*1, a variety of monitoring sensors and an artificial intelligence (AI) system to create the most relaxing environment adapted to the user, to help heal your body and mind. Slated for 13 April–13 Oct. 2025, Osaka-Kansai Expo 2025 will be held on the Yumeshima Island in the bay of Osaka, where many futuristic and...

Answer to win authentic goodies straight from Japan, Japan Muslim Guide Campaign

With Japan has fully reopened its borders to all international tourists since 11 October, Muslim Travelers' Guide by Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) is doing a special campaign that gives 5 lucky participants the chance to win some of the best, authentic merchandizes from Japan. This campaign is open to everyone all over the world until 30 November 2022. So make sure to enter now before the period ends! Also See:・Japan No.2 among non-Islamic countries, Provide info for Muslim tourists・What you need to visit Japan for all foreign tourists &...

Japan’s amazing fireworks display that will mesmerize you in Tsuchiura

If you think you've seen everything about fireworks, then think again! The Tsuchiura All Japan Fireworks Competition will give you the chance to see the most breath-taking and innovative firework displays, created by cutting-edge technology combining with imaginative designs. Tsuchiura All Japan Fireworks Competition 2022, First Place This firework festival takes place in the small town of Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, along the Sakura River, where many people enjoy a picnic before and during the show.It is also one of the three major fireworks competition in Japan. But unlike the others (that...

3 Most Beautiful Places to See Autumn Leaves in Japan

Autumn is one of my favourite seasons in Japan. Also known as koyo in Japanese, the leaves change from green to stunning shades of yellow, red and gold. Thankfully, the autumn season varies between regions in Japan. So you have ample time to chase the best autumn leaves at different locations during this season! If you do not know where to chase them, you are in the right page; I am here to help you! (more…)