When I first came to Tokyo long long time ago, I left ¥2 yens (roughly 0.018 USD) on the table because I really do not like coins and it's just 2 yen. The staff ran a block to me and gave me back 2 yen. Then said: Great I found you. Thank you for coming to our shop.
Wah. The gym I went to gave me back this ¥10 coin from last week. I accidentally dropped it, they looked at the schedule and contact the people who went around that time and narrows down to me. Amazing #Japan! pic.twitter.com/cpYLnDU7ER— Juanito Fatas (@JuanitoFatas) September 25, 2018
In Japan they spend extra money just to show customers the complete URL on neon lights. Not only the protocol but also the trailing slash! pic.twitter.com/jVkUQG6dx9— Juanito Fatas (@JuanitoFatas) June 28, 2018
I was once asked for where a specific shop was at floor x, and the staff was courteous and brought me all the way to floor y, smiled, bowed at me, then left.
They play different music to inform the staff it’s raining outside and they will do plastic wrapping on your bags.
The station prepared train delayed certificates for 5 min delayed so people can prove their boss that train was late. pic.twitter.com/dfYavGxSGR— Juanito Fatas (@JuanitoFatas) June 27, 2018