Japan is a nation that takes the subject of toilets very seriously. This is a nation that is developing technologically advanced toilets for both space and life on earth. It has a toilet that travels to you and people who clean public toilets as a hobby.
So it should not be surprising that a science museum in Tokyo has opened an exhibit all about toilets and what humans put into them. Visitors can learn about the formation and makeup of feces, the importance of toilets for health, and how toilets work.
But visitors can do more than just learn information. They can have fun! The exhibit includes a 5-meter long slide into a giant toilet.
Visitors are given cloth poop hats, such as the one you see above, and then flushed into the giant toilet.
There's also a choir of singing toilets.
Actually, we installed three Japanese-made toilets last year, Toto 'Drakes'. They are in every way superior toilets. We added only soft 'quiet close' toilet seats; there were a lot of other possible bells and whistles.