This Incredible Japanese Aquarium Toilet


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If you love exotic fish and don’t mind hundreds of them eyeballing you while you answer nature’s call, you’ll probably love using this unique aquarium toilet in Akashi, Japan. Continue reading »

If You Take A Selfie Through A Toilet Roll Tube, You’ll Look Like The Moon

Welcome to the internet, the only place you’ll see people taking selfies trough toilet paper roll tube and pretending they’re the Moon. Continue reading »

Toilet Design: The Most Outrageous Projects

For many people toilet is a place for inspiration. Only here, in this room people tend to relax completely, abstract themselves from the outer world and bad thoughts, flip through some magazines and anything else they do there!

But most frequently we don’t look at this special and dear room as at something that can be designed with an idea. Generally, toilets are built with only functionality in mind, while they also can bring joy and become a place to free your inner designer. Continue reading »

“WC For Architects”: Old Toilet Wall Decorated With Photos Of Windows From The Neighbourhood

“An idea to bring outside – inside. Old toilet wall decorated with photos of windows from the neighbourhood. First we made it as stickers and than experimented with direct printing.” Genius! Continue reading »

Toilet Timer: The Anatomically Significant Sand Timer For Procrastinators

Adam Stephey and Elliot Worth from Normal, IL have one helpful tip to improve your life: spend less time doing your (ahem) “business” in the bathroom. That’s why they created a product called the Toilet Timer. Continue reading »

Probably, The Most Cozy And Beautiful Toilet In The World With Views Of A Norwegian Waterfall

Visitors to Norway’s Skjervsfossen waterfall can watch the Storelvi river rush by through a glazed floor panel in the restrooms of this service building, which is clad in local stone to accentuate its connection with the surrounding landscape. Continue reading »

This Public Toilet At The Central Bus Station In Russian Voronezh Is So Romantic They Lit Candels In It

Public bathroom, it is usually a place that gives you a bad experience and you just try to erase it from your memory as soon as you get out of it. However at the central bus station in Voronezh, Russia, the public restroom has no electricity, water nor heating from the beginning of the year but they charge the fee around $0.25. Continue reading »

Chinese City Opens Awesome Five-Star Public Toilet

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People generally avoid going into public toilets, unless they absolutely have to. Most of them are dirty, uninviting places, but that’s definitely not the case with this recently opened five-star public restroom in Chongqing, China. Continue reading »

Probably, This Is The World’s Most Peaceful Toilet

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Whether you want to call it a toilet or an attraction, it actually works as both. As well as serving the purpose of a gorgeous and attractive attraction, the Serene Itabu Toilet also serves the purpose of fulfilling ones needs as a bathroom. Continue reading »

What Do You Think of this Dessert Themed Public Toilet in Japan?

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Photo by Yasunori Takeuchi, courtesy Toilennale

What looks like a giant cake, or possibly an ice cream sunday, stands in the street, connected to a park. This is a piece of art. But it’s also a public toilet. It’s both. As part of the 2015 Oita Toilennale, perhaps the world’s first art festival dedicated to toilets, artist Minako Nishiyama conceived of the project. And with the help of artists Mika Kasahara and Yuma Haruna, the 3 female artists brought “Melting Dream” to life. Continue reading »

Toilet Paper Wedding Dresses

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A model presents a creation by designer Luis Razo of Chicago during the 10th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest in New York June 12, 2014. The materials used to make the dress include eight rolls of Charmin Ultra Soft, tape, glue and thread. There was something old, something new, something borrowed and something double-ply for 10 designers who battled it out for $10,000 and the top prize in the 10th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest held in New York City. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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World Toilet Day 2013

While a vast majority of the world’s population has access to mobile phones, one third of humanity (2.5 billion people) do not have access to proper sanitation, including toilets or latrines, with dramatic consequences on human health, dignity and security, the environment, and social and economic development. To address these issues, the “Sanitation for All” Resolution was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in July 2013, designating 19 November as World Toilet Day


Indian social reform activist and founder of Sulabh Sanitation Bindeshwar Pathak (C) presents a 250-kilogram cake in the form of a squat toilet during a function to mark World Toilet Day In New Delhi on November 19, 2013. According to a 2011 census, some 131 million households in India have no latrine in their premises, with eight million using public facilities and 123 million defecating in the open. (Photo by Sajjad Hussain/AFP Photo) Continue reading »

Toilet Bike Neo

Japanese toilet maker TOTO employee Akiko Matsuyama gets on a “Toilet Bike Neo” displayed at its showroom in Fujisawa, near Tokyo. The company rolled out the eco-friendly three-wheel 250cc motorcycle with a specially customized toilet-shaped seat that runs on bio-fuel from the discharge of livestock or waste water. (Koji Sasahara/Associated Press)