The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

Japan is famous for its high tech toilets. But the country also has some truly unique restrooms to go with those fancy toilets.

While other countries also have amazing restrooms, Japan has some truly unique water closets. Let's have a look at what website Naver has flushed out.

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

A restroom stall in Fukui Prefecture with a squat toilet surrounded by a garden. [Photo: tmania]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

Once again, a wider view. Dig that footpath? [Photo: mymemo]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

And here is a Western style toilet at the same establishment. [Photo: mymemo]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

An enormous enclosed women's restroom in Chiba Prefecture. [Photos: kominato]

At Chinrai, a ramen restaurant in Chiba, the restroom is hidden behind a bookshelf, and you must press a DVD box to open it. [Photos: Tabelog]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

Like this:

The toilet itself isn't remarkable. The way you get to it is very cool, though.

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Robot Restaurant in Tokyo has a shiny restroom. [Photo: DJ_caesar_AKIBA]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

[Photo: muffin_lambda]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

At Meguro Gajoen, the restroom has a Japanese bridge in it. [Photo: YuSeongKim0707]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

This toilet was spotted at a restaurant called Tamaya in Gifu Prefecture. It is shinier. [Photo: onakaippai2]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

And a wider view for those who like wider views. [Photo: veri_aa]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The urinal is gold, too! [Photo: rtv_i]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

Based on the Kowloon Walled City, the Warehouse is one of Japan's most interesting game centers. [Photos: Another Tokyo]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

This is actually the restroom for a miso nabe restaurant. No, the dress isn't for dressing up. M'kay! [Photo: naka_kana18]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

And here is where you wash your hands. [Photo: payataco_22]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

A ski jump toilet at a ski resort restaurant. Makes sense. [Photo: The Madarao]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The restroom in the building above Sapporo Station sure has a nice view. [Photo: HiddenLounge]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

This is on the 38th floor, mind you. At night, few places are better for peeing. [Photo: taka06x]

Restaurant Mumin Papa in Hyogo Prefecture is right on the beach with an aquarium toilet. Note that this restroom is for women only!

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

It's like BioShock, the toilet. [Photos: maaari184]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

You can see fish! [Photo: mastar1981]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

Turtles! [Photo: ichinon@Tabelog]

The vast majority of restrooms in Japan are rather dull. They're nothing to write home about, and that's not me taking the piss. It's true! Though, every once in a while, you will stumble into an amazing restroom like above, or a slick, new one like below:

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

[Photo: Momotarou717]

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

[Photo: SarahxxBri]

The above Japanese restroom even lets you know via a flatscreen which stalls are occupied and vacant.

The Most Amazing Places to Pee and Poop in Japan

[Photo: SarahxxBri]

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