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In Japan, you can climb a pile of poop and take a stroll inside a huge butt


Japan has always had a love affair with poop like no other country. Heck, they even invented the poop emoji! Everywhere you go, you’ll find poop merchandise — toys, pens, hats — anything that can be shaped into an anthropomorphized dookie.


It’s no surprise that they have now come up with an interactive biology-themed exhibit called Karada no Fushigi Daibouken 2015 (literally, “The Mysterious Great Adventure of the Body 2015”), currently on display at the Saitama Super Arena just outside of Tokyo.


Organized by TV Tokyo, the exhibit teaches kids the science behind not just poop, but also boogers, snot, and burps in a fun and entertaining way. It’s the biology field trip you’ve always wished you’ve had.



Karada no Fushigi Daibouken 2015 will run until August 22 and is open from 10am to 5pm. Tickets are pretty affordable too at a converted cost of roughly P800 for adults and P450 for kids, so if you have any trips to Japan lined up in the next two weeks, you might want to drop by and finally live out your fantasies of walking inside a giant butt.

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