Killing two birds with one stone
Of course, the panes do not remain permanently transparent. As soon as a guest visits the locus and locks the cabin, the windows become opaque. So you neither look at other people on the street nor have passers-by insights that both parties do not want to have. But then why all the effort? In fact, the jar is supposed to provide information about the state of the toilet. Is everything clean and usable? You can see that here without even opening the door. The houses are also mainly in parks and thus light up the surroundings at night. And apart from all the useful aspects: Thanks to the various artists, the structures look simply chic. Five of the 17 planned facilities are already in place, including in Tokyo’s famous shopping and nightlife district Shibuya.