Japanese Bathrooms Are Very Different From Ours, but the Setup Saves Way More Water and Money

We’ve all heard about Japan’s luxury toilets that have a built-in bottom washers and pre-warmed seats, but what about the rest of the bathroom? Is the rest of the Japanese bathroom just as cool? I don’t know about cool, but it’s definitely different. Japanese bathrooms are designed to be as efficient as possible, but they are not as decorative. The typical Japanese bathroom consists of two or three rooms (the sink is in a different room than the shower/bath tub). The toilet is almost always located in an entirely separate room. This way, more people can use the bathroom at the same time. Watch:

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