how to use the japanese-style toilet

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    in a city hall
    some foreign people don't know how to use Japanese-styke squat toilet.

    This style is applied only to women's urination and defecation, and to men's defecation.

    Arryll, EyalNow, Ocha-Neko, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. nelson.kamo83 89 months ago | reply

      LMAO!!!!!!! Now why WhY WHY didn't they have labels like that in 1983??????? s);oD

    2. turtlesjajj [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

      gross LOl

    3. Sean Hawkey 76 months ago | reply

      thank you for this!

    4. HeyPlayGirl99 70 months ago | reply

      it's funny yet extremely helpful for someone like me goin over there.......i heard there's no toilet paper though eeep

    5. Yuya Tamai 70 months ago | reply

      In Japan, toilet papers are always available in every single room.

      It's true that there are more western-style sit-down toilets than Japanese-style squat toilets almost everywhere in Japan now.

    6. 11BThunderbird 66 months ago | reply

      Inviter à envoyer la photo ... Je pense que cette photo est un
      Super Shot

      S'il vous plaît ajouter votre photo à www.flickr.com/groups/supershot/
      Après l'avoir ajouté à la gallerie du groupe, s'il vous plaît taguez cette photo comme un SuperShot

    7. 11BThunderbird 59 months ago | reply

      Please add you very nice picture in Worldtoilets
      www.flickr.com/groups/worldtoilets/

    8. LanguageHouse 53 months ago | reply

      I think many Japanese man also don't know how to use toilet because in the snack bar toilet is often very messy.

    9. Ash Healy 52 months ago | reply

      This is very helpful!

    10. Kharol.go 46 months ago | reply

      Ooooooohhh myyyyy so weird! Actually, how did we do it around here in western civilization when there were not such technologies as today? :O

    11. goatsjump 41 months ago | reply

      This is actually a much more natural and healthier way of elimination.

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