Self-parking slippers, tables and floor cushions? Nissan is making it happen

Inside a guest room at the Japanese inn Ichinoyu Honkan Ryokan in the Hakone hot spring resort area; ryokan staff move slippers, tables and floor cushions back to their designated positions with the push of a button on the wall.
Slippers are neatly lined up in the foyer of a guest room in a traditional Japanese inn, where guests change their shoes into slippers. The guest room usually has Tatami flooring, a low table and floor cushions to sit on. Before bed time, a ryokan staff comes in and…

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