This Japanese trend called “yaeba” is not quite something we’d expect, but by now, we don’t know what is! It all started men became more intrigued by women for their unusual smiles and this soon blossomed into a trend for crooked teeth.
The trend has become so popular in recent years that it’s even moved over to Australia.
Japan is infamous for its expectations when it comes to the workplace, with some of the most overworked employees in the world. Many staff members are expected to work 12-hour shifts, take minimal breaks and still take every detail of their job seriously.
Working women who hire men with the sole purpose of relieving stress are called Ikemesos. These work as a type of therapists that come to their office and encourage the women to share their feelings and cry, as he then wipes her tears away.
Japan knows how to take popular things and somehow make them even better. With Cat Cafes already spreading around the US, they aren't that much of a trend in Japan anymore. This is where Bunny Cafes come in.
Bunny Rabbit Cafes are the newest fad in Tokyo and for a unique visit to this niche cafe, you can expect to pay about $70 per hour, now that's a pretty penny!
From puppies to Pikachu, anyone with two eyes and a heart will appreciate a cute thing when they see it and Japan is no exception.
In fact, Japan celebrates cuteness like no other, building entire an culture around all things cute! That's what Kawaii culture is all about — over-the-top cuteness. If you think Hello Kitty, cartoon-covered jeans, or a pan that makes heart-shaped pancakes sound like fun, you might have just discovered a new obsession.
Doggy Dress Up
In Japan, there seems to be such a surplus of offbeat and eccentric styles that they spilled over to other species. This is where our canine companions come in.
From kimonos to Lolita-style, the people of Japan have begun outfitting their furry friends, which results in these adorable ensembles!