Japanese Vending Machines are the Most Unique in the World
|Small Coca-Cola Machine|
Don't Be Afraid to Try Something Different from a Japanese Vending MachineFor the majority of Americans who visit Japan and Okinawa, the small kanji symbols mean next to nothing, let alone describe what is in a drink. So it would be easy to pick something like Coke, and never try any of the other drinks with odd bits of confusing English framed by possibly important Japanese words.
But some of my favorite drinks have been just that kind.
So when you see a long line of vending machines, don't be afraid to take a chance and try something that looks fun. The drinks in Japanese vending machines range from relatively normal Coke and Pepsi products to tea, coffee, and even health and energy drinks.
And yes, Japan does sell Budweiser from a vending machine.
An example of the huge variety of drinks available. With so many options, it is often hard to pick which drink to try. But get out there and go for it, you might just find a new favorite refreshing beverage.