Shibuya Hikarie’s Luxury Restrooms You Could Live in
Shibuya Hikarie is undoubtedly creating buzz in and out of Japan since it opened on April 26.
This new shopping and entertainment mall has more than what a typical mall has to offer: office units, restaurants, event halls and a theater, too. But other than that, you may want to visit Shibuya Hikarie because of its “ShinQs shops” — or, to be exact, the restrooms.
The ShinQs shops, found on Hikarie’s B3 to 5th floors, have ladies restrooms (called switch rooms) that may make your jaw drop and wonder if you actually entered the right room.
According to Hikarie’s official directory guide, a switch room is more than just a standard restroom, making it a multi-purpose room. Of course, every woman does more than pee when in a restroom, but Shibuya Hikarie is something that allows you to “switch” your mood and feel refreshed.
So how can these switch rooms do that? Well, the switch rooms on the different floors of the ShinQs have different designs based on equally different concepts.
2. That would only work in Japan and other societies where good manners,
politeness and respect for other's person and property are important. Unfortunately, if they did those fancy restrooms in malls here in America, they would have to hire 24/7 security guards to prevent vandalism and theft.