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This young woman, named Maritomo, literally wrote the book on Japanese toilets titled Nippon no toire hoka (Japanese Toilets and More). After visiting over 800 bathrooms, here is her top 10 list of fantastic, bizarre, weird, and serene Japanese toilets.

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Golden Toilet



If President Donald Trump ever visits Japan, Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant will be his first stop. Located in the Kabukichō district, that’s the red light district, the restaurant boasts an exquisite bathroom. Both the toilet and urinals are 18-karat gold. There are also dancing robots and women. However, there’s no time to talk about golden showers now.



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Garden Toilet

There is an artistic beauty and subtlety to Japanese gardens. There are three types: Tea, Hill, and Dry. Each allows the viewer to appreciate the majestic splendor of nature. However, the seafood restaurant Resuto Ujō in Fukui Prefecture allows you the special ability to turn a Hill garden into a Wet garden by using the toilet placed among the greenery.



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Aquarium Toilet

Have you ever been jealous that your goldfish can go to the bathroom wherever it wants? To get over that envy, head to the city of Akashi and visit the Hipopopapa Restaurant. A massive aquarium surrounds the toilet on three sides. The view is so spectacular that most guests forget to lock the door. As a result, the restaurant added a second locked door. What’s the price of a second door when you already spent $180,000 on the rest of the bathroom?



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Olympic Ski Jump Toilet

Do you find yourself, every two years, wanting to have the fame and glory of being an Olympic athlete while still getting to sit on your butt? Stop dreaming and start living. The bathroom at the Madarao Kōgen Ski Resort features a spectacular view of the 1998 Winter Olympics Nagano Ski Jump. Most of all, with skis strategically placed at the base of the toilet, you’ll get vertigo as you stare at the ridiculously steep incline and the landing platform hundreds of feet below.



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Pee Into The Sea Toilet

Make your own lasting contribution to the pollution in Tokyo Bay. The Aqua-Line has the only bathroom facilities in all of Japan that are surrounded entirely by the sea. As with most things in the country, life is better for the men. They can gaze into the blue waters while at the urinal. The women’s bathroom only has sinks that look out into the sea (and no mirrors!)



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Nature Toilet

To make up for ladies not being able to pee into the sea, it is women only at the world’s largest outdoor bathroom. Located at Itabu Station, in Chiba Prefecture, the facility provides unparalleled views. The walls are all glass but you can draw a curtain if you want some privacy. In addition, the scenery is so impressive that, according to Maritomo, you’ll be so distracted that you forget to do your business.



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