Airports in Japan use 3D advertising on their conveyor belts

Suddenly you decide it's time to go to Japan and get to know the Japanese culture more closely. So far so good, but remember that there is where some unusual things happen often. If you happen to land at Asahikawa, Toyama Kitokito, Okayama, Yonago Kitaro and Nagasaki airports, you can find something else on the conveyor belts that deliver your luggage.

The guys with the little eyes have decided to use the luggage mats to advertise, as the passengers usually spend a few good minutes in front of them while their bags don't arrive. The items sent on the treadmills are not only product advertisements, but also symbols of each city - like the traditional Nagasaki strawberry.

The difference is that these ads are fun and all made in 3D, in a way quite different from the one used today, no boring flyers. Check out some pictures below and then tell us what you think of this idea. Would it work at Brazilian airports?

1 - Appetizer

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2 - MomotarĂ´

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3 - More food

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4 - Nagasaki Strawberries

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5 - Happy Orange

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6 - Track seal

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