A vending machine in Japan with soft-serve ice cream inside. In Japan, vending machines sell everything from the usual drinks and snacks to canned bread (no I am not joking) and even worms.
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Rely on vending machines and cafés for snacks Tired of shopping in Shibuya or recovering from a late night out in Roppongi? Grab a Pocari Sweat from a vending machine and then hit up a café for some fancy drip coffee and a slice of heaven.
I recently visited the Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan store and this store is ridiculous with all the gachapon machines they have. If you’re a gachapon lover, you must go here.
Lettuce vending machine: Dentsu, a portable Chef’s Farm that can harvest up to 60 heads of lettuce daily without any sunlight, made in Japan.
The only upside I can see is that my late night ice cream habit would disappear
Tokyo is definitely one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. There are tons of things to do in this awesome capital city of Japan.