Another year, another blog post. This time on what will be the second most important thing I bring home from Japan.
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- 杨旭东+1When one of my Japanese colleagues went to work abroad, the first requirement he had to the apartment to rent is to has a washlet installed or the apartment owner will allow him to install one.
At that time I was quite confused about this requirement.
Now after having lived in Japan for quite some time and having a washlet in my apartment, I just find that it is really uncomfortable for me to go without a washlet.
It is important, really.Apr 4, 2014
- Apr 4, 2014
- oh totally! I'll check into that later tonight. Thanks!Apr 4, 2014
- Been to Japan - Pressed every button not knowing what they did. Will be bringing one home once I own a house.Apr 4, 2014
- Of course for Europeans, at least in Italy, they pretty much all have a bidet (or at least the 12 hotels and rented apartments I've stayed in all had one next to the toilet). It's not as nice as the Japanese ones IMO but there are plenty of non-Japanese people used to washing those areas with water. ;)
Also in Malaysia most bathrooms have a water hose for the same purpose. Apparently that's a Muslim thing but I haven't been to any other predominantly Muslim countries.Apr 4, 2014
- you went to Japan that quick interesting yet I left you a message on facebook . . .May 29, 2014
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