Poop-Themed Exhibition to Teach People All About Poop in Fukuoka

20.September.2019 | SPOT

Fukuoka PARCO and Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens are collaborating to hold a poop-themed exhibition entitled “Poop Exhibition: Poop Academy Cultural Festival in Fukuoka” on floor B1F of the south building of Fukuoka PARCO from September 27 to October 27.

There will be many elements to the exhibition. The first of these is the language section where sentences written in Japanese will be draped all across one room, each with references to poop.

Above photo taken from the Ikebukuro exhibition

In the “Outdoor Lesson” corner, there will be cased displays of different animal droppings with descriptions, enabling people to see the different shapes and sizes poop comes in.

In the “Poop Arithmetic 3rd Year Students” corner is a photo spot where you can pose like the Poop Maths Teacher as shown on the right.

At the end of the exhibition there’s an exam room where you can take a test based on what you have learned from the exhibition.

 

There’ll even be a range of original and exclusive merchandise.

Postcard Set (5 Designs) – ¥400

Folders – ¥300

Toilet Roll – ¥348 / Character Tape Cutter – ¥700 / Leather Futon Books (2 Designs) – ¥500 Each

Japan is having a poop craze right now, with the opening of the Unko Museum in Yokohama which is also set to arrive in Shanghai next month.

 

 

*Photos are for illustrative purposes only. Listed prices are pre-tax. Event content subject to change.

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