According to Oddity Central "Most people are apprehensive about using public restrooms as it is, so making them completely transparent would just boost their anxiety, right? Well, apparently, the exact opposite is true.
Japanese public toilets generally have a higher standard of hygiene that other public restrooms around the world. I distinctly remember posting about Benjyo Soujer, a Tokyo social club whose members gather every Sunday morning to voluntarily clean public toilets around Japan’s capital. But even in this country, some people dread the thought of having to walk into a dark, smelly, dirty and possibly unsafe facility to do their “business”. But what if you could see how clean or safe this facility was before walking in?"
In Nigeria, such an innovation will not work. Nigerians love privacy. There are some homes that doors of the bathroom is somehow transparent, residents still go ahead to put curtains to cover the space even it is tinted. Although these toilets in Japan when in use can be covered to create privacy. In Nigeria, it will not be in used from the beginning because a lot of users will feel exposed to the outside world.
But maybe in this generation, some people might embrace it.
Courtesy & Photo credit: Oddity Central
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