Elevator button factory tour in Japan knows EXACTLY what kids (and kids at heart) want to do

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel


Buttons are meant to be pressed, right?

Japan has a deep respect and genuine enthusiasm for what it calls monozukuri, the making of physical things. Because of that, factory tours are popular in Japan, offering visitors both a look back on their company’s history and a look into how they make the things they do.

Naturally, seeing the care and craftsmanship that goes into the process stirs a desire in visitors to try the items for themselves, and often there’s an opportunity to do just that at the end of the tour. Candy factories give little samples to

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