Bet the students learn all kinds of shit there.
This the Orifuji. It’s the most polite toilet paper dispenser you’ll find and further proof that Japanese restrooms really are terrific.
No, the coffee isn’t made from poop. The cup, though, does look like a potty.
Japan is famous for its high tech toilets. But the country also has some truly unique restrooms to go with those fancy toilets.
There are universal markers for the restrooms. There is also a universal sign for when you really, really need to take a leak. Sometimes, Thailand gets both in toilet signs.
This week, a new exhibit opened at a Tokyo science museum. It looks so crappy.
Thankfully, your toilet does not take 1000 years to digest whatever falls into it.
A "transparency toilet" was recently rolled out in the Japanese city of Oita. When in use, the transparent window goes opaque. However, according to reports, the toilet can inadvertently expose those inside for all to see.
Japanese toilet tech is world class. For decades now, the country's loos have had more than heated seats and control panels. There's all kinds of fancy toilet tech for high end models. That's probably why when Japanese people visit, say, the U.S., the cold toilet seats and lack of throne features truly baffle them.
This year, the city of Ishihara opened a 200-square meter, landscaped women's restroom. It is supposedly the "world's largest toilet".
The motto of Jimmie Johnson, who clinched his fifth straight NASCAR Sprint Cup championship last month, is "Anything With An Engine." With dumpsters, coffins and lawnmowers, this upcoming arcade racer bearing his name takes that to an illogical extreme.
The Space Invaders alien shows you where to dump on a public toilet in Germany. Don't they also have houseflies stamped on the urinals to direct your aim? Seen by reader Thorsten W.