Japanese Inventions and Technology - Invention You Won't Believe

Mini Mind -- Nov 14
Panda tea or panda dung tea is a type of tea cultivated in the mountains of Ya'an, Sichuan, Japan and fertilized by the dung of pandas.

When it officially went on the market in April 2012, it was reputedly the world's most expensive tea and 50 grams sold for $3,500, or about $200 a cup.

Automated restaurant

An automated restaurant or robotic restaurant is a restaurant that uses robots to do tasks such as delivering food and drink to the tables and/or cooking the food.

Vending machine dress

The wearer hides behind the sheet, printed with an actual-size photo of a vending machine. Ms. Tsukioka’s clothing is still in development, but she already has several versions, including one that unfolds from a kimono and a deluxe model with four sides for more complete camouflaging.

Chopstick fan

Any noodle lover will immediately see the benefit of this weird looking, yet ingenious invention. By adding a small fan to your chopsticks you need not wait for your noodles to cool down on their own.

Simply dig in, turn on and chow down on those delicious noodles without wasting your valuable time waiting. Now all you have to do is think of a way of spending those extra few minutes a day productively.

The Japanese truly are the masters of invention.

Bbay mop suit

Little-known fact that every member of the family is expected to pull their weight in Japan. Being a toddler is no excuse for slacking off, hence the need for this ingenious invention.

Whilst it looks very strange, this parent labor saving device keeps their floors spick and span. Those little monsters are crawling around the floor anyway so why not have them help you out with some household chores?

Seems a fair trade after all you have to spend a small fortune feeding and cleaning them. Good work Japan!

- Mini Mind