World's Largest Toilet: Japanese Designer Sou Fujimoto Builds Glass Restroom In Spacious Garden (VIDEO)
For anyone seeking the liberating experience of relieving oneself outdoors without the miserable stress of pooping in the woods, the search is over.
Designers in Japan say that a new 2,150-square-foot outdoor restroom is the largest toilet in the world.
Designed by architect Sou Fujimoto, the glass washroom cubicle is protected by a six-and-a-half foot fence enclosing a garden of peach, plum and sakura trees.
“The area around the station has an incredible natural beauty,” Fujimoto said, according to NEWS-3. “We wanted for those who used the toilet to enjoy this scenery and that feeling of release.”
The luxurious lavatory costs around $123,000, according to CNET.
This fancy outhouse is one of many designs keeping Japan at the forefront of toilet technology. The country is also responsible for the poop-powered bicycle and the urine-controlled video game Toylet.
Unfortunately for the gentlemen, this particular restroom is ladies only.