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osaka bags best bogs award

According to one Japanese news website, Osaka's Kansai International Airport has just picked up the award for the best airport bogs in the world.

I don't how it ranks in terms of customer service, check-in facilities, city access transportation, waiting lounge comfort, duty-free shopping, restaurants, bars, banking facilties etc, but it's got the best crappers in the world!

Personally, I like the ones where you don't have to touch anything, you just wave your hand in front of the infra-red beam and it takes all your bits and innards away - probably straight into the Seto Inland Sea, but I can't say for sure.


NOT a Kansai Airport toilet.


Bizarrely, while dumping their load, someone decided to dump their shoes too.
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On Saturday, 27 May, 2006, Blogger Mike said:

That's really disappointing. You would have thought a winner of such a prestigious award would have been a bit more like those famously hi-tech Japanese loos. Asian Lavatorial standards are obviously sinking.  



On Tuesday, 30 May, 2006, Blogger Under the Radar said:

Those crouchy ones and the shoes were probably involved in some horrible accident to do with poor aim.  



On Tuesday, 30 May, 2006, Anonymous Steebu said:

Funnily enough, I dumped an old shirt in the Kansai airport dunnies
once...those weren't my shoes though!  



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