Three Fun Facts about Japan

  1. Japanese Soccer Fans

Japanese soccer fans caught the eye of many during the World Cup in Qatar this year. After each of the games they played, fans were seen cleaning up the stadium. Many collected rubbish in trash bags, saving labor for the workers at Qatar. Japanese people are known for their politeness and service, which is a really good part of Japan.

By the way, Japan beat Germany and Spain in this world cup, two very formidable opponents, which were both higher ranked than them. The finished top in their group, which came as a surprise to many.

2. The Aspark Owl

The Aspark Owl is the first Japanese full-electric hypercar with an insane acceleration of 0-60 in 1.69 seconds. With a top speed of 400 km/h and a luxurious interior, it wouldn’t be too difficult to say this is one of the best, if not the best hypercar in Japan.

3. Sapporo Snow Festival

Every winter in Sapporo, the capital of the northernmost island of Hokkaido, large snowfalls fall upon the mountains and cities. Using this snow, and the ice that comes with the cold, the tradition of the Sapporo Snowy Festival was born. The beautiful festival involves giant ice sculptures, fun activities involving snow (such as sledding), and an awesome environment full of the greatness of winter. The festival takes place every February.

I hope you enjoyed these fun facts about Japan! Stay tuned for more interesting things about Japan in the future. 🙂


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