We’ve seen some pretty odd Japanese restrooms before, but usually it’s the inside of the restroom that made them special – not the outside.
Except now one restaurant in Japan, the Semba Kitchen in Fukushima, has decided to surprise its customers with these interesting restroom signs.
If the words MEN and WOMEN weren’t there, how are you supposed to know which restroom to use? Do those symbols have some sort of hidden meaning? Are they from a foreign language? I don’t get it.
Here’s what Japanese netizens had to say about these mysterious signs:
“Why are the bathroom signs a pair of scissors and a fish?” “I thought it was a sausage and abalone.” “No, no, it’s bathroom for long-nose people and mustache people.” “I just asked my mom what they were and said they’re [censored] and [censored].” “Whoa, those are just barely okay!” “They should use them as the symbols for the Tokyo Olympics.” “What a perfect universal sign.”
Hmm, maybe someday we’ll figure out what these indecipherable signs truly mean.
_Source: Twitter/@K2CBOT via My Game News Flash
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