WTF?! Poop Museum in Japan Is Pinky World of Adorable Turds

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Unko in Yokohama is ready to amaze you this spring with new ultra-cute poop emoji exhibition. 

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Source: Unko

Come to Japan for adorable exhibitions! 

This spring in Yokohama, the Unko Museum will introduce you cute exhibition dedicated to excrement.

Why ‘Unko’? It’s named after the Japanese word ‘unko’ that literally means poop. Also, if you look at the poster, you might notice that the word turd is written in different languages, including English, Russian, French and more.

Source: Unko

 

Apparently, the notion of poop is considered adorable in Japan, taking into account pink turd from the Dr. Slump anime and the poop emoji.

The has own mascot character ‘Unberuto’ – a walking poop that has its own toilet.

This exhibition gives an opportunity not only to see the poop installations but also to interact with them.

Source: Unko

 

There are a lot of turd-themed items too: poop-shaped light-projections, poop-shaped seats, poop sculptures and more.

Source: Unko

 

The price of the ticket is just $15 for adults and $8 for children. You can purchase them here in a few clicks.

It is going to host the guests from the 15th of March, Friday till 15th of July, Monday. The works from 11 am to 8 pm on Monday-Thursday, from 10 am to 9 pm on Friday-Sunday.

Source: Unko

 

It’s not the first that presented poop as an art. There is also National Poo Museum on the Isle of Wight, the Sh*t in Northern Italy.

And, last but not least,  poop sculptures by the Viennese art collective Gelatin at the Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.


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