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LOOK: Kids explore giant butt exhibit in Japan

The Karada no Fushigi Daibouken, or “The Mysterious Great Adventure of the Body,” is an educational science exhibit in Japan that aims to familiarize children with the workings of the human body. To explore the exhibit, one has to enter through a gigantic butthole. Yes, you read that right.

The Karada no Fushigi Daibouken Exhibit. (Image via Rocket News 24.)
The Karada no Fushigi Daibouken Exhibit. (Image via Rocket News 24.)

Kids can also climb up and down massive mounds of poop, and sit on model toilets that have brightly animated displays as a backdrop, that presumably explain the processes.

Children examining the nasal passages. (Photo from the Huffpost Weird News.)
Children examining the nasal passages. (Photo from the Huffpost Weird News.)

Children can also pretend to be boogers and explore a giant nasal canal. Or enter the human body, the more traditional way, through a humongous mouth and learn about the digestive system.

A child sliding down body cavities.  (Photo from Huffpost Weird News.)
A child sliding down body cavities. (Photo from Huffpost Weird News.)


Sponsored by TV Tokyo, the exhibit is being held at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City. Right now, it is on a limited run only till August 22.

Written by Bambi Eloriaga-Amago

Bambi is a freelance writer/editor who is a big fan of Marvel, Star Wars, and all things geeky. Aside from her geek obsessions, she's also an aspiring cat lady with three cats in her household. She's also a devoted mom and wife.

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