10 Japanese Puzzles Only the Greatest Minds Can Crack
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– You probably already know that the Japanese coin is called yen. But how is it able to float on the water’s surface?
– Now let’s take a little trip to Japan’s second largest island: Hokkaido. There, on pretty much every road, you can find these mysterious pointers. What are they for?
– Japan is known for its incredible sushi. However, in Japan, sushi is usually served with a bamboo leaf. Why is that?
– In 2016, one seemingly simple math riddle went viral in Japan when a Japanese research group found that only 60% of people in their 20s can solve it. Here’s the equation, and you have 10 seconds to solve it.
– Take a look at these cute illustrations. What are they used for?
– On each Monday in October, Disneyland is full of people, as if it’s Sunday. The thing is, it’s a work day, and there are no school holidays in Japan in October either. So why are Mondays just as busy as Sundays?
– Now take a closer look at this unusual pattern. Its main element symbolizes an important part of Japanese culture. Can you guess what it could be?
– Okay, now let’s dig a little deeper into Japanese schools. So look at this image right here and try to guess which school subject Japanese teachers use it for.
– There are 8 people standing next to a river: a father, a mother, 2 sons, 2 daughters, a police officer, and a thief. Your task is to help all of them cross the river.
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