Enter the hallowed pristine halls of Japanese ablutions and you may well regress to your potty training days when everything was new and foreign. Because, well, it is. Peeing in Japan is unlike peeing anywhere else in the world. But be warned, your first time will be fraught with doubt. The bottom line is see what we did there these modern high tech water closets are designed to ensure the Japanese obsession with cleanliness is upheld at all times.
Japan's first airport bathroom for dogs features self-cleaning 'pee pole'
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The group was staying in Japanese-style rooms with tatami reed floors and futon sleeping mats, with several kids to each room. This was not, however, a planned lesson about how kendo athletes, as the successors to the traditions of samurai swordsman, should always be on guard. After the students went to sleep, the coaches and accompanying parent decided to crack open some drinks in a separate room. The drinking session lasted from about to 11 p.
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Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — Osaka's airport has just improved its facilities -- but not for its human travelers. Located by the airport's pick-up and drop-off area, the idea is that dogs will be able to relieve themselves before entering the airport, thus taking some pressure off of both them and their human companions.