Japanese Vending Machines Are The Best In The World

In Japan, vending machines started to appear in 1950s with drink machines, and then really began to take off in the following decades. Today, Japan has the highest per capita rate of vending machines in the world, with the vast majority still being drink machines.

Japanese vending machines have served up an array of interesting and useful things. Things like bread in a can, Undergarments and video game piracy cartridges.

Here’s a round up of some of Japan’s more unusual vending machines.

Japanese Vending Machines

If you are wondering where the panty vending machine is, forget the panty vending machine!

Vending machines for amulets at Buddhist temples.

 

 

 

Chikuwa (竹輪).

 

Noodles.

 

 

Fishing bait.

 

 

Flowers.

 

Bottles of sake.

 

Books.

 

Batteries.

 

 

 

Glasses for computer use.

 

Bread in a can.

 

New bras.

 

 

Toy cars.

 

Chewing gum.

 

Cup sake.

 

Cup noodles.

 

Rice.

 

Pornography.

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Sliced apples.

 

 

Umbrellas.

 

 

Melons.

 

Eggs.

 

Bras and underpants (both new!).

 

Sushi.

 

No idea what are they selling in train.

 

 

Yakiniku (焼肉 or “grilled meat”) sauce.

 

 

Another vending machine taking the train.

 

Dashi.

 

 

More sake.

 

Small in size.

 

Here are boring vending machines in an exciting place: Mt. Fuji.

 

And now once again, it’s time for the Hello Kitty vending machine!

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