In the United States, it's common for lines at women's restrooms to be longer than those at men's. That won't be a problem at the Takarazuka Grand Theater in the city of Takarazuka, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. For a century, this unique establishment has offered performances in which all roles are played by women. Rocket News 24 describes it as "a sort of reverse of kabuki's men-only policy." It's a theater tradition by and for women.
So the architects have sensibly made almost all of the toilet facilities for women. The opulent restrooms, which feature carved wood furniture and gold leaf furnishings, have 63 toilet stalls for women. The men get 2 toilets and 3 urinals.