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A Nation Of Vending Machines

Why does Japan have so many vending machines?

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Japan has a high density of vending machines due to a combination of factors, including a culture of convenience, strict waste management regulations, and advanced technology. Vending machines offer a wide variety of goods, from drinks and snacks to electronics and even umbrellas, and are available 24/7. They also provide employment opportunities and contribute to Japan's economy.


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Source: Vox

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