Of all the unveilings we've been waiting for out of this year's Tokyo Auto Show, none gets our bowels moving more than the news we just heard out of Kaneko Sangyo Co yesterday. The Japanese company claims it's developed "a portable toilet for use inside a car that totally conceals the user with a curtain." It's called the "Kurumarukun" and it's "the first ever model of its kind small enough to fit inside a car." We've only got one picture of it and to us it looks kinda like a box with paper towels in it. Eeeew. Full release (all two paragraphs of it) after the jump and keep up with all of our hot Nihon action at our Tokyo Auto Show tag throughout the evening and the rest of the week.
"Kaneko Sangyo Co. said Tuesday it has developed a portable toilet for use inside a car that totally conceals the user with a curtain. The new ''Kurumarukun'' toilet presented the same day at a trade fair in Nagoya is the first ever model of its kind small enough to fit inside a car, the Aichi Prefecture-based manufacturer of plastic car accessories said."
(Hat tip to Chuckie_A!)