Squat thrust: Japan on Olympic drive to get rid of ‘squat’ toilets

Tokyo (AFP) – Japan has launched a campaign to convert unpopular Asian-style squat toilets into sit-on “western” models, as the nation prepares to welcome tens of millions of foreign tourists in the run-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The high-tech country …
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