Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Public Restrooms




January 11, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Public Restrooms

This may be an unusual subject for a blog post, but I just had to blog about the bathrooms in Tokyo.

Although you will still find Eastern-style (squat) toilets, just about everywhere has "Western" toilets equipped with all sorts of high-tech features, and many stalls will have sound machines to mask any embarrassing sounds coming from the occupant, as well as sensors that you simply wave your hand in front of to flush the toilet (perfect for germaphobes like myself!)

And for families, you will be impressed when you go to places like Tokyo Disneyland, where stalls are even equipped with potty seats!

Some places even have "Toylet" games!

Most all public restrooms are clean, including those at the train station.  My husband even went to a public restroom that was on the corner of a street - and he was impressed with how clean it was.

So if you're out and about in Tokyo with a little one who "really has to go" - don't hesitate to use a public restroom!

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