There are many free public lavatories in Japan. At parks, stations, parking areas, you can find them almost anywhere at public places. Since Japan’s Government issued a regulation which prohibits urinating outdoors in 1872 in Tokyo, the number of the public lavatories increased at a rapid rate. However, as they has been mainly constructed in an obscure place, the image of public lavatory are still “Dark”, “Dirty”, “Stinky”, “Scary”. Recently, to redeem these images, the local governments are putting effort into the renovation.
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