Public Restrooms In Japan - A How To Guide | MATCHA - JAPAN TRAVEL WEB MAGAZINE
This is kind of embarrassing but I have a weak bladder and was wondering how readily available public restrooms are in Japan especially in Tokyo and Kyoto. Most if not all metro underground and JR stations have toilets. All of them are free to use. For some you need to bring or buy toilet papers for use in the cabin.
7 Things You Need to Know Before Using a Toilet in Japan
The bathroom is as essential as it is underrated. It may not be the first place we inspect when moving into a new place, but it's more than worthy of some deep consideration. In Japan, bathrooms are a little different from the ones you find back home.
DL DL. One of the absolute essentials to having a pleasant trip is to be able to go to the toilet without worries. Here is some information about bathrooms in Japan that you ought to know before you embark on your trip. In Japan, toilets located in public spaces are generally open to everybody. Toilets are mainly found in airports, train stations, shinkansen bullet train and commercial facilities.