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Good morning, thought you might find these doors interest, the whole concept actually.  I have only seen this arrangement in Japan.  They are little toilet areas for children travelling with their parents.  As you can see, the child goes in has his /her privacy (more or less) to attend to his/her business.


BUT, the child size area, has an observation area for the parent(s).  This way the child is able to have the secure knowledge that the parent or guardian is right there, should they have any problems.


My thanks to the Reverend and his wife for being obliging models for this  picture  =^_^=    These could have been in the Tokyo airport or the depot for the Bullet train, I’m not remembering this morning.  Suffice to say, it is Japan.


Namaste       –       Oyashikiri

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Comments on: "Thursday doors 6.23. Japan" (17)

  1. oooooh – thanks for this culture rich Thursday door post…. 🙂
    Japan is on my bucket list….

  2. First time I hear of this. I love how #ThursdayDoors is an educational experience too 🙂

  3. Wow, that’s very clever! I’d never seen such a thing. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Wow! What a wonderful idea !!!!!!

  5. Patricia Lebrun said:


    Merci, pour ses renseignements. le 21 je n’ai pas ete a eglise parce-que s’etais le dernier essais pour robe de mariage. oyashikiri et une bonne fin semaine.


    Patricia Lebrun

  6. Great idea ! Would love to visit Japan one day.

  7. I would have loved to use “my size” toilets when I was a kid. Are these in the Family Bathrooms, or are they especially meant for kids? Thanks for sharing!

  8. yes April it is.. that is why I like to travel, I learn from other cultures, people are so interesting everywhere. =^_^=

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