Japanese City Builds World’s Largest Toilet


Of all the world records to achieve, it had to be this. ©ellyvstheworld

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Ichihara City has recently unveiled a very ordinary public toilet in a striking setting, and is hoping the ¥10 million fixture will receive a lot of attention.

The toilet is being dubbed the world’s largest due to the amount of land that houses the normal-sized commode. A two-meter fence surrounding the toilet provides privacy, and once inside, visitors are greeted with a quaint garden. At this time, only women are able to use the facility and have to pay a penny per use.

More on the unique Japanese toilet can be found at CNNGO.com

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