TOKYO: A well-known elevator button factory in Japan has put all its buttons on a wall that it has been making to order for some time. There are about 1000 of these buttons.
Fans visiting the factory can press buttons on the same wall. This set of buttons shows the history and order of the company, which was established in 1933. A huge panel installed inside the company has more than a thousand buttons lined up and people can press them.
The company’s name is Shimada Danki Sisakusho, who has been making elevator buttons for 88 years, and the full history of these buttons can be seen on this board. Children are happy to press these buttons on the metal panel. With each push of a button, it becomes brighter, thus giving the children more impetus, and they push the button as far as their hand can reach. Some kids said they wanted to push a button.
As soon as pictures of him were released on Twitter, the majority of people said that they would also go to the factory and check the elevator buttons. However, the company has said that it will have a button press competition called the Button Pressing Marathon.
The factory management has also mentioned the most tested buttons and the least pressed button. Interestingly, a crowd of people has requested a visit to the company and now the company has said that they do not have a date till June next year.