In most toilet facilities at the Expo site, toilets for males are located on the right and those for females on the left. There are special facilities, including wheelchair-accessible toilets and ostomate toilets, throughout the site. Toilets are spacious for ease of use by all visitors, including disabled people, the aged and parents who need to change children's diapers. There are approximately 70 toilets at the Expo site.

Extra-Wide Cubicles (General Toilets)

  • Extra-wide toilets have wide entrances to facilitate wheelchair access. (Note: Some toilet facilities do not have extra-wide cubicles.)
  • Approximately one-third of the cubicles in general toilet facilities are extra-wide.
  • Extra-wide cubicles have folding doors that provide an effective opening of 1,100mm.
  • Baby chairs are provided in extra-wide cubicles (male and female).

Multipurpose and Ostomate Toilets

  • Where two or more multipurpose toilets have been installed, there are left-handed and right-handed configurations.
  • Most multipurpose toilets have ostomate disposal facilities. (Some toilets are not equipped with ostomate disposal facilities or beds.)
  • All ostomate toilets are equipped with warm water showers.
  • There are folding care beds and baby beds. (The availability and type of beds in toilets varies.)
  • Care Centers have ostomate care spaces with rest beds and showers.

Types of Beds

These are the main types of beds installed in multipurpose toilets.

Universal Seats

These multipurpose foldaway seats (750mmx1,300mm) are suitable for wheelchair users. They can also be used by parents when changing infants' diapers.

The seats can be folded open or shut with minimal strength.

Rest Beds for Nursing (Adult Use)

These beds are large enough to support a reclining adult (600mmx1,500mm).

Baby Beds

These foldaway beds are suitable for changing infants' diapers.

The beds are fitted with rails to prevent infants' from falling.

Other Equipment

Small infant toilets are provided in female toilets. (Some smaller toilet facilities are not equipped with infant toilets.)

Touch signs have been provided near toilet entrances. (Some smaller toilet facilities are not equipped with these signs.)