A third kind of public washroom

I was in Minatomirai station today, and as I was going up to Queen’s Square, I noticed that there was an extra public washroom between the men’s and women’s washrooms.  It wasn’t a family washroom, which I’ve seen many times.  It was a children’s washroom!  From the escalator, I could see that there were low sinks for young children, as well as small urinals for small boys.  I assume there were toilet stalls in the area that I couldn’t see.  The walls were covered in very colourful tiles.  Have you ever seen a children’s public washroom before?


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