Japan is known for the smartness of its inhabitants. In fact, most of the things that we use daily, are made in Japan. Moreover, some Japanese, from the beginning of their lives are mind trained in order to become inventors; only the kids that are declared as being really smart. However, there come moments in a person’s life, when he or she thinks that simple inventions might be convenient to the customers, and go beyond the line where they end up inventing a weird, inconvenient, and useless thing. Keep on reading this paragraph in order to get to know the weirdest Japanese inventions ever.
The umbrella for the avid rain-avoider
This is an umbrella that was invented in order to protect a person from rain drops from the top of their head until the tip of their toes. Moreover, it has a transparent material that is attached to a regular umbrella that allows you to see where you are going and protects you at the same time.
This is a headphone like product that has two small stainless steel buckets attached to it in order to reach your ears. Moreover, the sound gets into it, and the steel as well as the round and deep shape of it, allows your ear to hear the sound in a louder way.
Mobile toilet paper
This is a head piece that you wear. In fact, a toilet paper roll is attached to it, which allows you to us the tissue any time you want. In fact, this invention might be beneficial to people with flu, because of its ability to provide you with tissues at any time you want.
Metro chin stick
This has to be the weirdest of them all. In fact, this is a device that consists of a tripod that is attached to a piece of plastic or leather that fits exactly your chin. Moreover, once you are in the metro, you can lay your chin on it if you did not find any place to sit, and you feel exhausted.