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How To Use Toilets In Japan

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Educate yourself.

The Japanese mobile phone operator NTT DcCoMo has released an
English language comedic video aimed at people visiting Japan.


The video,
entitled “HOW TO USE TOILETS in JAPAN” has two main segments. The first half
deals with, what one would expect given the title, how to use toilets in Japan.
It does so in a style quite reminiscent of the popular series of fake
instructional videos entitled “The Japanese Tradition,” which also poke fun at
many aspects of Japanese society.
The second half, which is in a sense the
entire reason for the video, informs viewers about the company’s new “Cell
phone toilet paper” campaign.
The video explains that smart phones are said to
carry more than 5 times the germs than a toilet seat and that DoCoMo is now
providing special “smart phone toilet paper” in select bathrooms that will
allow you to clean your phone.
The wipes can be flushed down the toilet just
like regular toilet paper and even provides you with potentially useful
information on Wi-Fi. Currently, there are only 86 locations that will offer
this service and the campaign is only planned to last from December 16th to
Marth 15th,2017.
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