In our continuing series on public toilets in Japan, which includes toilets in the ancient capital, Kyoto, a super toilet in Kofu and toilets in Tokyo, we bring you yet more of the capitals, often excellent public conveniences.
Many public toilets in parks, cemeteries and temples may be rather bog standard Asian squat toilets, but a special mention must go to the excellent and immacutely clean toilet at Tennoji Temple in Yanaka.
If you have a good shot of a Japanese public toilet, we'd love to hear from you, so please contact us.
World Toilet Day is on November 19th each year.
Japan also celebrates its own Toilet Day in November.
The Japanese company Toto is the world's largest producer of toilets.
Visitors beware! Blue indicates gents, pink ladies.
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