Slippers that park themselves? Yes, really!

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Japan (RTV / NBC News Channel) -- Japan's Nissan Motor Company announced Thursday that it is offering a high-tech night filled with self-parking slippers, floor cushions, and tables to a pair of travelers at a traditional Japanese hotel.

Japan's Nissan Motor Company announced Thursday that it is offering a high-tech night filled with self-parking slippers, floor cushions, and tables to a pair of travelers at a traditional Japanese hotel. The amenities are equipped with Nissan's Propilot. Courtesy: RTV / NBC News Channel

The amenities are equipped with Nissan's Propilot Park Autonomous Parking technology, according to Nissan.

When the slippers, tables, and cushions aren't in use, they are programmed to return to their original positions with the push of a button, Nissan said.

The self-parking technology was first introduced in Nissan's automobile model Leaf in late 2017.

Propilot allows drivers to have the car self-park at the push of a button, according to Nissan.