Aussie travelling in Japan is shocked by transparent bathrooms that ‘fog’ over when in use: ‘Wouldn’t want it to malfunction’
- A young Aussie woman discovered ‘see-through’ bathrooms whilst in Japan
- She explained that the glass panes in the toilet fog over when the door is locked
- However she admitted the bizarre see-through toilets are still frightening to use
- The majority of her followers were quick to say they wouldn’t go near the toilets
- The woman has been documenting her trip around Japan on her TikTok account
A young Australian woman travelling in Japan was shocked to see the locals use completely see-through toilets.
The glass bathrooms mist over when the door is locked, but the young woman, Sarah Betts, admitted she was still a ‘little bit nervous’ to try one out.
The young traveller uploaded the video to her popular TikTok account, and her followers were shocked to see the ‘bizarre’ toilets.
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A young Australian traveller Sarah Betts recently uploaded a video revealing Japan’s bizarre transparent toilets. The glass bathroom is transparent (left) until the door is locked and the glass becomes misty (right)
Ms Betts has been documenting her trip around Japan, she has shared several videos about the food and the cost difference in comparison to Australia
‘You can see straight into this public bathroom,’ Ms Betts said when she uploaded the video to TikTok.
‘Let me just tell you I was a little bit nervous to go to the bathroom in Japan because I didn’t want anyone watching me.
‘But as soon as you lock the door the glass closes over and nobody can see in.’
‘It did feel kinda weird though, would you use it?’ she asked her followers.
She joked that she ‘wouldn’t want it to malfunction’.
The majority of her followers said they would not be keen to try out the ‘risky’ toilets.
‘No. I’d never trust these things,’ one woman said.
‘Then it clears up due to a bug in software,’ another joked.
‘I saw these while I was in Japan and despite how much I needed to go, I went to the station instead,’ another wrote.
‘I’d be so scared,’ another commented.
‘I went in one of those and forgot to lock it,’ one woman hilariously admitted.
The Australian TikTok personality is a fan of travelling and praises Japan for it’s affordable and delicious food
Ms Betts has been documenting her journey in Japan, particularly the food she eats and the cost difference.
She visited a Japanese McDonalds and bought everything you can’t purchase in Australian McDonalds.
The dishes included a shrimp burger, shaker chicken, an edamame and corn side dish, white grape juice, karubi burger, roasted soy sauce bacon and beef burger, melon McFloat, garlic pepper chicken, chocolate piece and a teriyaki chicken burger.
The young Aussie also raved about 7/11 Japan where she got food that would have cost $30 in Australia for only $10.
She started off with a corndog, then had ice-cream balls, wine in a can, a microwaveable burger, onigiri sushi, and cheesecake.
‘Australia could never,’ she said after finishing her cheap 7/11 meal.