When we first moved to Japan, I was amazed by how tiny things were - tiny apartments, tiny refrigerators, tiny packages of meat/fish at the grocery store, tiny portions at restaurants, and more. After a while, you really get use to it, and now when we go back home I'm shocked by how big everything is - cars, meals served at restaurants, stores, etc.
It's hard in these images to really get the perspective of how tiny some things are, but when you'll get here you'll see.
You get used to the tininess.
A large house isn't needed.
A massive meal isn't necessary.
Everything is cute.
While many things are tiny... they are really efficient and/or of the best quality.
|A tiny moving truck|