Flush Your Kids Down The Toilet In A New Exhibition In Japan

Flush Your Kids Down the Toilet in a New Exhibition in Japan

Lori Zimmer a New York based writer, with a passion for sustainable design, eco-tourism and art, reports on the “shitty” new exhibit for kids at the Miraikan Museum in Japan.

The new “Human Waste & Earth’s Future” exhibition at the Miraikan Museum in Japan lets visitors experience what it’s like when their lives are going down the toilet. The creative exhibition invites kids to get flushed, by climbing a flight of stairs to the porcelain throne and sliding down the tubes to enter. To top it all off, each kid is given a poop hat, to crown them on their journey to learn about what happens to human waste.

The new exhibition goes beyond the tell-tale childhood book “Everybody Poops” and brings the life of poop into the hands of visitors. Teetering on the edge of the giant toilet bowl, visiting kids can take the plunge into the toilet and thus into the innovative installation. Inside, kids will learn all about human waste through a cast of colorful cartoony characters.

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