Curators at Tokyo's Science museum have unveiled their latest exhibition, which is all about toilets.
Staff are hoping that the attraction will give people a new perspective on toilets.
"Toilets and faeces are normally thought of as very unclean topics, but I would like for people to actively talk about them instead of just thinking that they're dirty," said Tami Sakamaki, a staff member at the museum's Exhibition Development Division.
The exhibit features a 5-metre tall toilet that visitors can slide into while wearing faeces-shaped hats.
The exhibit is open now and runs until October 5.