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Japanese Heavy Metal Toilet Instagram

Public bathrooms sometimes remind me of Pre-Historic caves because of the way humans love to to leave their mark behind with graffiti, stickers or other sorts of scrawl. In certain places in NYC, like Max Fish, I loved taking a piss so I could stare at all of the tags on the wall. The other day, I came across this interesting Japanese instagram called Japanese Heavy Metal Toilet that documents shit tanks all across the country. I dig it because of all of the rad flyers and stickers that are on view. In their own way, these restrooms have become heavy metal time capsules and have captured underground history. Now it’s time for you to step into the world of the Japanese Heavy Metal Toilet.

 

Stand up for what’s needed. The Body cleansed.#bushbash #thebodyband #fullofhell

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Jeez! Twice in one day? For me that is every day. #fullofhell #thebody #bushbash #gooddigestivetract

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Tat and decay #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #nakanomoonstep

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Crow killer got his work cut out. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #sweetdeath

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This will be lost to time soon. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #worshippain

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Chaos reigns #elpuenteyokohama #noitdoesnt

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Seat up? #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering

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#theartofjapanesetoiletflyering @that place with the toilet.

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Earthdom flyer punks looking at my junk. #japanesetoilet #punkslookingatjunk

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Going to the heavy metal toilet so you don’t have to. #japanesetoilet

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Saturday night toilet.

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(S)hitting the stage tonight w/ Funeral Sutra. Need more flyers #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering

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Now that’s a door. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #tokyotoilets

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With all the beer, gonna have to hit the head. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #elpuente

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Grimy sink? Chill out. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #nakanomoonstep #defeatedsanity #neuroticos + the awesome Taste

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What a beauty! Close ups coming. #theartofjapanesetoiletflyering #bushbash #worshippain

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