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どこにでも有りますね。自販機w そして、たしかにいろんなモノ、売ってますw 最近は、液晶自販機やらwifi自販機やら凄い事になってます。とんでもない世の中なったモンですなぁ・・・
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Tokyo street by night. Japan is the no. 1 nation in the use of vending machines, from which most are in operation Most machines go into an energy saving mode during nighttime, but they're always open for business.

Vending machines of the future. File this one under 'Only in Japan' - for now.

Our vending machines give change, no storm troopers required!ie for free vending service

Crazy Japanese Vending Machines

Vending machines are very popular store on the street and in another public space, library, art museum, station,. You can find vending machines on each steps at shibuya! Japan is the really kingdom of vending machin

Umbrella Vending Machine

Sprinkles Cupcakes vending machine in New York City - Photos - Weirdest vending machines of all time

This umbrella vending machine probably doesn't get used much when it's not raining

acure; Touch screen vending machine, Japan - it's amazing you cannot watch a Japanese animae without seeing someone purchasing the strangest drinks from these vending machiences !

Touch screen vending machine, Japan - it's amazing you can not watch a Japanese anime without seeing someone purchasing the strangest drinks from these vending machines!

Hakuhinkan Toy Park, Japan - Large clear boxes dispense toys of all sorts (I want a giant panda from a vending machine!)

Hakuhinkan Toy Park, Japan - Large clear boxes dispense toys of all sorts (I want a giant panda from a vending machine!

Crazy Japanese Vending Machines

Crazy Japanese Vending Machines

キリンビバレッジバリューベンダーは10月から、飲料を購入すると自動販売機のカメラで写真撮影し、デザインフレーム付きの写真をLINEで受け取れる新自動販売機を導入する。

Selfie Vending Machines - This Japanese Beverage Dispenser Offers a Complimentary Portrait (GALLERY)

買哪個好? by Wunkai on Flickr.

For a perfect family getaway, look no further than the land of the rising sun! Japan's cities are a flashing, whirring paradise for kids of all ages.

Vending Machines

Japan has the highest number of vending machines per capita of any country in the world, with about one machine for every twenty-three people. They can sell anything from fresh eggs, toys and balloons to noodles, fried chicken and lettuce!