squeezing it in
Japan can be admired for a lot of things - high-tech electronics, great food and toilet seats that keep your bum warm in winter. However, when it comes to garage building, there appears to be room for improvement.
For some reason, they always make them too small. It's as if they forget to account for the need to open the door when exiting the vehicle. This is why every car in Japan has a sunroof - it's often the only way to get out.
The driver of this car has been spotted entering and exiting it through the rear window, which lines up nicely with the back door of the garage.
At 7am and 8pm every day, the driver of this vehicle treats everyone in his neighbourhood to a noisy ten minute scraping performance as he desperately tries to get it in and out of the driveway.
This car was parked here in 2004 and has not moved since due to it being wedged between the walls. The owner knows that when he finally decides to risk it and drive off, half of his house will go with him.
Whoever lives here went to the other extreme and built a small house for their car.
A garage for two cars would be impossible with such limited space, so this owner decided to build an elevating ramp to take care of things.