Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Pool & Beer Hall - Tokyo, Japan

photo of toilet from a pool and beer hall in Tokyo, Japan

Today, The Toilets of the World Blog brings you a toilet from a pool & beer hall in Tokyo, Japan.

This toilet has some interesting items that not everyone will be used to seeing in their bathrooms at home. Don't fear, let the professionals at the Toilets of the World Blog explain.

Firstly, you will notice that, conveniently located below the toilet seat, there are some detailed Japanese instructions that you can read while enjoying a relaxing toilet beer. Secondly, pay attention to the dial-knob-thingy on the arm panel (also a beer holder) located next to you. This device can be adjusted from strong to weak. We think this is probably important. Next, further down on the beer holder/arm panel, you will see a selection of buttons which you can push once you have the dial-knob-thingy set correctly. We recommend pressing the button that you feel most comfortable with pressing. Simple.

For a first-time, non-Japanese-reading user, pressing a button on this toilet might feel like playing Russian roulette with your reproductive future. But lets be realistic and think like well-cultured grown ups for a change; they wouldn't allow this machine to have a setting that could actually harm your delicately dangling genitalia, right? Right. After all, this photo was submitted by Cpt Awesome and we know he can still pee standing up.

-- The Toilets of the World Team

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