The Japanese have always had a knack for getting the most out of their products.
The Japanese are famous for their obsession with quality and innovation.
And, for that matter, they’re also famous for a lack of standards.
But now, it seems that Japanese consumers are taking their own consumer-centric approach to electricity.
The latest trend seems to be buying more electric appliances at home, but also more appliances in the store.
According to a new report, nearly two-thirds of households in Japan buy electric appliances, while just over half of all households in the U.S. bought electric appliances in 2016.
In Japan, the majority of consumers bought electric appliance, while about 40% of households purchased them at the local store.
But while consumers are getting the latest models, they are also finding that they can’t always keep up with the latest trends in appliances.
This is particularly the case in the United States, where the number of electric appliance sales has been growing for years.
However, this trend has slowed recently.
According for 2017, the U-shaped number of sales growth in Japan dropped to a 10-year low of 5,000 units per month, while the U.-shaped number increased to 6,000.
This is in contrast to a growth in sales in the rest of the world.
In 2016, the number increased from 3,000 to 5,700.
However in 2017, sales growth decreased to a 4-year-low of 3,100 units per week, according to the data.
According to a survey conducted by the Japan Household Manufacturers Association, in 2016, Japanese households bought about 12,700 electric appliances.
In 2017, that number decreased to 8,000, and the total number of household electric appliances increased from 7,000 in 2016 to 8.7 million in 2017.
A lot of people are buying the latest and most advanced electric appliances when they are older.
But, it’s not only the Japanese who are buying more and more electric. In the U