World’s largest public toilet is set up for $123,000 in Japan


If you ever wanted to experience a modern-day outhouse, then here is your chance. Fly out to Japan and check out their Garden of Eden. Built at the cost of $123,000, this the only garden with a one-of-a-kind public toilet. Designed only for the ladies, architect Sou Fujimoto created a glass-enclosed cubicle with a well-placed commode in the center. While you do your business, you can have your zen moment and at the same time enjoy views of cherry, plum, and peach trees in this 240 square yard garden. This garden is located near the rural yet serene Itabu Station at the Ichihara City. As for privacy, no worries; the garden is surrounded by a 6-foot wall and will also have well-placed growing trees.
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