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Japan’s Top 10 Most Unusual Bathrooms [Copy link] 中文

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Wall of Toilet Paper Toilet

We have good news for you and we have bad news for you. The good news is that you’ll probably never find the toilet paper dispenser empty at the bathroom inside Momojirō restaurant in Kyoto. A logistical error led to the establishment receiving 80 extra toilet paper dispensers. However, rather than returning them, the owners decided to install all of them on one of the walls. Each roll is meticulous folded into a triangular point. The bad news: the view is terrible and the fan is noisy.



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Historic Toilet

Have you ever wanted to travel back in time but can’t get your hands on a good time machine? Join the club. You’ll have to settle for the toilets at Tōfukuji Temple in Kyoto. The massive facility can seat 100 people at once and has been around for over 900 years. Unfortunately, it is a culturally significant site and the toilets are no longer available for public use. If you want to squat legally, you need to become a Buddhist monk.



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Zen Toilet

Want to experience the benefits of a Zen bathroom trip without the lifetime dedication to Buddha? Head to Fukuroi in the Shizuoka Prefecture. The bathroom is for use by all people, including visitors, and is in a Zen training house. Located at the center of the room is a statue to a special toilet deity. Ususama Myōō, the deity, is responsible for purifying unholy smells. Make sure to drop some coins in the offering box while you’re dropping the kids off at the pool.



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Toyota Toilet

Does going to the bathroom after a delicious meal rev your engine? If not, that’s because you haven’t found the right toilet. We recommend you head over to one of Ippūdō’s ramen restaurants. The location in Aichi Prefecture, home of the Toyota Motor Corporation, features a completely disassembled Toyota engine on the walls.



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Amazing! All the ways people can imagine...

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historic toilet is scary, no privacy!!!
I am me and that is something you will never be, no matter how hard you try!!

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Cdogg Post time: 2017-5-5 10:57
historic toilet is scary, no privacy!!!

No worse than being in the military in the field. No toilets there either and no privacy.
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