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Disney fans might disagree which Disney Resort reigns supreme. Everyone has their favorite. But there is one thing we can all agree on: None can surpass Tokyo Disney for handwashing.

According to website Conpetti, both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are rolling out special handwashing areas. You might wonder why. Besides the fact that Japanese people rigorously wash their hands, any parent with kids, Japanese or not, will quickly point out that you cannot have too many places to clean grimy kid hands.

[Photo: Conpetti via Disney/Kao]

Tokyo Disney Resort is teaming up with Japanese soap maker Kao for handwashing areas in Tokyo Disneyland’ Critter Country and in Tokyo DisneySea’s American Waterfront.

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[Photo: Conpetti via Disney/Kao]

This is how the soap dispensers work.

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LOOK AT THAT. Genius.

Mickey Mouse soap dispensers are also installed in the both parks’ restrooms.

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[Photo: Conpetti via Disney/Kao]

For more photos, check Conpetti or follow the site on Twitter. And always remember to wash your hands!

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Top photo: Conpetti via Disney/Kao

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