The Tokyo Toilet: Toyo Ito @ Yoyogi Hachiman Park

As part of the Tokyo Toilet Project, architect Toyo Ito designed a public bathroom named “three mushrooms” by the Yoyogi Hachiman shrine in Shibuya Ward.

The Tokyo Toilet: Kengo Kuma @ Nabeshima Shoto Park

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma introduced “A walk in the woods” for the Tokyo Toilet Project. Five bathroom units are connected by a walk to offer multiple functionalities.

The Tokyo Toilet: Tadao Ando @ Jingudori Koen Park

Through “The Tokyo Toilet” project, Tadao Ando designed a public bathroom with extended eaves for “amayadori.” What does that mean?

The Tokyo Toilet: 16 architects and designers re-imagine public restrooms

16 Japanese architects and designers re-imagine the potential of public restrooms (toilet) in parks. Shigeru Ban, Tadao Ando, Sou Fujimoto, Toyo Ito and more.

The Tokyo Toilet: Masamichi Katayama @ Ebisu Park

Interior designer Masamichi Katayama designed a park toilet in Tokyo which almost looked like a random object that you’d find in a park.

The Tokyo Toilet: Fumihiko Maki @ Ebish Higashi Park

One of the latest works by the Pritzker award laureate Fumihiko Maki is a small, squid-like restroom in Tokyo. See how his modernist spirit met a neighborhood park.

The Tokyo Toilet: Shigeru Ban @ Yoyogi Fukamachi Mini Park

Japanese architect Shigeru Ban leveraged state-of-the-art technology to design “transparent” public restrooms that ensure safety and security. But how?

Tokyo Toilet Project: Nao Tamura