The World of Japanese Toilets

August 20th, 2012By Category: Culture

Land of the toilets – all kinds of toilets. You may wonder why I took picture No.8 – there seems to be nothing there.  Well in all toilets there is always a very thin slit between the door and the wall. You can see people and it’s quite disconcerting!


















People are satisfied to judge things by their own narrow experience, never knowing of the wide world outside.

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Gabrielle Ewart

Gabrielle is from London and has been living in Tokyo for 3 years.  Her recent foray into blogging has been a chance to find a place to put photos in case of an emergency and do some seriously fun research.  Tokyo is a continuous source of inspiration, every corner you turn there is something intriguing.  For street, amateur and professional photographers Tokyo is infinite.  She is about to publish her children's books on Kindle Fire under her pseudonym, Isis Ixworth.  Check out her writings at www.windowshoppingintokyo.wordpress.com, www.illostrophy.com and www.isisixworth.wordpress.com

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  • leslie nguyen

    interesting photos for sure!

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