Japan is an extremely efficient, respectful nation with only 2% unemployment. The food, language and religion differ greatly from South Africa, a true first world country. You will have to look far and wide to find an overweight Japanese! Anna-Marié and Hennie have tasted saki (wine made from rice), and were in awe of their advanced toilets that came with at least 8 buttons… At the Shibuya crossing you can witness up to 3000 pedestrians crossing the street at the same time in 5 directions. The bullet train, travelling at 300 km/h in utmost luxury, was a highlight and amazing experience!
Konica Minolta is manufactured in Japan, and the team was able to visit one of their showrooms. It was a great experience to see the flagship Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1 in action, with key features such as versatile print applications, unparalleled media handling, patented UV ink technology for outstanding inkjet results, absolute consistency in paper feeding, registration, image quality and repeatability with outstanding front-to-back registration accuracy and up to 3,000 sheets per hour in simplex with high-resolution print heads, 1800IS, which deliver true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution.
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