Ex-squeeze Me?: Parking in Japan

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With 63 million cars vying for space, parking in Japan, a country roughly the size of Montana, is like threading a needle with a hammock. Japanese drivers are famous for jamming their cars into half-size spaces with the finesse of an origami master, and spatial acuity of a ping-pong champion at the Olympics of the Blind. Small cars rule, of course, and "driveway" appears to be Japanese for "patio," as this gallery attests.

How Could They Park Like This? [xogij.blogs.com]

Buy a Tiny Parking Space, Get a Tiny Car for Free [internal]


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