Friday, 9 August 2013

How Small Can You Go?

Kinda miss this though.

Sure it's claustrophobic and all... but just imagine the amount of effort (or lack thereof) needed to clean it! Hahaha

I'm starting to miss Japan. A LOT.

Can you tell?

24 comments:

  1. Ah, that looks just like the bathroom in my first apartment in Japan. So long ago now. I have a nice big one separated into 3 rooms now.

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    1. Somebody has a nice view of a certain tower too. *envy*

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  2. While small means you don't have to clean so much, it is very cramped, which means you need a lot of effort to get it clean. ;)

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    1. Lotsa bending and kneeling, I suppose. ;p

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  3. I've kind of got used to bathrooms like this staying in all the business hotels that I do :)

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    1. I kinda appreciate space after visiting Japan, that's for sure! ;)

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  4. Oh my talk about having to squeeze in!!!

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    1. But talk about economy of movement. :P

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  5. It's typical Japanese bathrooms in hotels. We're waiting for you in Japan

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  6. I get claustrophobia (and bruised elbows) (and a very ill temper) in these tiny bathrooms, and I hate it when the toilet paper gets soggy whenever you have a shower!

    However, I will gladly wrestle with a shower curtain in Nara! :D

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    1. I guess we just need to find one with ample room for two jungle woman not to tear each other's hair out while waiting for their turn to shower! LOL

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  7. Good things come in small packages haha

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    1. Save cleaning agent for the toilet! LOL

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    1. I think so. Right?

      We tourists kinda expect something like this. Why give us ample bathroom space? Ahaha

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  9. A belated Selamat Hari Raya Puasa to you and your loved ones!

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    1. We are still celebrating Lrong! :)

      Thanks for the wish.

      Any Malaysian students there doing a Raya do? :)

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  10. Without the long bath or rather bath tub would save some space guess Nihonjin need their rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub..lolz.

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    1. Hahaha

      I too need the tub whenever we vacation in Japan. Sitting in a Japanese bath tub is so relaxing. I stop liking the Western ones in favour of the Japanese ones. :)

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  11. Aww...I like bigger toilets ...

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    1. Me too, except when it's cleaning time! LOL

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