¶ OUTLINE OF NEW ZEALAND
LOCAL LANGUAGE ENGLISH 
LOCAL NOTATION Where is the toilet?
PRONUNCIATION " Where is the toilet? "
ABOUT LANGUAGE AND EXPRESSION English is well understood in Australia. 
OUTLINE OF TOILET CULTURE Most of toilets are sitting style(western style). Don't mind.  

INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET / INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL

¶ INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET
  ID:NZ100001 YEAR: 2005 PLACE: Rotorua
(Agrodome) 
NZ100001
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY PAPER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: OTHER
(90%)
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (Emma reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Thank you for the fisrt post for New Zealand.
This is the type with a big paper holder which we can see sometimes in other countries.
The reporter says that people in New Zealand says "No.1" as urine and "No.2" as excrement. It is very interesting.
In China, they say "No.1" as a toilet. But New Zealanders have also "No.2"!


  ID:NZ100002 YEAR: 2004 PLACE: Wellington
(Play Centre) 
NZ100002
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY PAPER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 0%
PARTITION: 50%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (Emma reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Thank you for a valuable sample for a study of comparative culture.
This is a photo of toilet booths in a play centre for children in New Zealand. There are no doors. And partations are eye level high. It is for avoiding crimes and accidents (sexual abuse from a gurdian etc.).
Japanese doesn't have such a point of view. It is shocking but we can learn so much from this sample.




¶ INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL
  No information about urinals of this country(area).
  Your new reports are welcome !