Anything “Made in Japan” must be good. Anything made elsewhere is probably not as good – even if the manufacturing grounds in question are in expensive Europe, the expansive United States or, for that matter, supposedly high-quality Singapore.
Why do I think Japanese goods are better than non-Japanese goods? Well, they’re made by the brainiest “individuals” on earth, with fancy degrees in everything from origami to the Imperial Family. These “workers” work 18 hours a day without breaking a sweat, seldom take a day off, and need nothing more than a few words of encouragement and some squirts of lubricant during the shift to keep working on overdrive. Yes, those robots in Japan’s high-tech factories are brilliant.
Japanese workers of the human kind have the amazing ability to produce cars that drive like a dream, electronics that rock and cosmetics that somehow save your face. Japanese engineers have created the world’s best bullet trains called Shinkansen – fast, safe and sophisticated, these marvels of railway rocket science always arrive on time, depart the station on the dot and zip smoothly from one city to another. They make our MRT system look like it’s stuck in the age of steam.
Then there are Japanese cars, carefully made in Japan. They are as reliable as Casio calculators, as well-assembled as Seiko watches and as user-friendly as JDM vending machines. Every vehicle, from sub-660cc kei cars jam-packed with automotive technology to the 5-litre V12 Toyota Century jam-packed with automotive history, is either decent or excellent.
So, if you have a yen for great stuff from Japan like I do, buy/use with confidence, because their cars and consumer goods are simply ichiban.