Japan’s Transparent Toilets Help Reimagine What Public Bathrooms Can Be

August 28, 2020

Transparent toilets are being installed in some parks in Tokyo. The see-though loos feature
a colorful, see-through "smart glass". But, when someone enters the stall and locks the
door, the walls become opaque. So long as the door remains locked, no one can see in.
The see-through loos can be found in the Shibuya district, and are part of the so-called
Tokyo Toilet Project. It’s an initiative meant to reimagine what public restrooms can be.

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