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The brilliant Amazon Japan lift


We thought large faceless corporations were supposed to be cruel machines, ruthlessly hunting down our cash with little remorse. Amazon Japan have blown that theory clean out of the water.

Hidden away within Amazon's Japanese HQ are these superbly modded lifts, shared with the wider world thanks to a Japanese twitter user.

This cute in joke adds to Amazon JP's already cast-iron public image: the nation already enjoys 'cash on delivery' options and lightning quick delivery times.

The gag ends at mimicking the cardboard packaging - users don't arrive covered in cellophane and various adverts for cheap wine.

(Via RocketNews24)



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