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Tile Museum #2

Posted by
Hiro (Kyoto, Japan) on 13 March 2010 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

These are classical Japanese style toilets. These are gorgeously decorated as you see. Only the rich used these special toilets, the museum staff explained.

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Please leave your comments.

Miti from kerman, Iran


13 Mar 2010 7:12am

@Miti: Thanks !

Anne from Singapore, Singapore

Interesting! The decorations are very nice, great!

13 Mar 2010 1:35pm

@Anne: Thanks !

amirreza from tehran, Iran

so cool

13 Mar 2010 4:38pm

@amirreza: Thanks !

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

why 2 of the same ?

13 Mar 2010 7:42pm

@MARIANA: Not same ! Please see the right picture with your left eye, the left picture with your right eye. Yesterday's explanation may help you. Thank you.

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good evening, Hiro
yes, I'm speechless. Such a luxury for a small or great human need, is very surprising. In addition, there is missing a golden toilet paper with diamonds cast. I think that rich people, a bit exaggerated. Nevertheless, I like this description very well. It was very interesting. The color reproduction is brilliant. For that I give you 5 stars ***** beautiful evening and thank you for your nice comment. Dear greetings Christel

13 Mar 2010 10:54pm

@Christel: Good morning Christel Thank you for your nice humorous comment. These days we use western style ones, but classical Japanese style ones were dominant 30 or 40 years ago. Of course, what I used is simple white one without a golden paper ! Best regards Hiro

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

In my first appartment I had an old Japanese style toilet and I didn't know which way to use it first. Nice chinese design here.

14 Mar 2010 2:29am

@akarui: Haha ! Good old days ! Thank you.

Lori from Michigan, United States

it's making me dizzy....but I like it ! so cool, I may have to try this!! thanks for sharing the effect.

14 Mar 2010 2:30am

@Lori: I'm sorry to make you dizzy. I'm glad you like it. Thank you.