6. Godzilla is an official citizen of Japan. According to his birth certificate, Godzilla was born in 1954 – making him a Baby Boomer.
7. In Japan, there’s a museum of rocks that look like faces. The museum is two hours from Tokyo and houses more than 1,700 rocks that resemble human faces.
8. Japan’s Meguro Parasitological Museum is the world’s only museum dedicated to parasites, hosting a collection of more than 60,000 specimens.
Read more: How to plan ahead for your Japan holiday
9. Feudal Japanese lords purposely built homes with squeaky floors as a defensive measure against ninjas. There are also special floors called ‘nightingale floors’ that make a chirping noise when stepped on. These were commonly used in temples.
10. People in Japan don’t have signatures, they use a special stamp called Hanko, and every person in Japan has one.