But it’s a real thing – and one Reddit user has posted a photo of the ultra-advanced loo from a manufacturer called Toto.
They captioned the photo: “This privacy button that covers the sound of your poop plops with ambient noises.”
The button you press has a picture of a musical note on it – very subtle indeed.
Another user gave even more of an insight into the world of the musical Japanese loo and the reasons behind it.
They said: “Was watching a doc about how Japan was handling things after the earthquake."
They continued: “It appears that some people were getting sick because they didn't feel comfortable enough with the normal noises to go to the bathroom in the emergency shelters.”
Another user said: “Must be in Japan. They love that kind of stuff.”
However one user did make a point, writing: “Those buttons definitely aren't clean.”
Definitely best to wash your hands after using it then.
Japan has long been known for it love of bum sprays – which get you far cleaner than you would normally be after using the loo.
And now plane design companies are taking inspiration from them – and we could be getting bidets on board planes soon.
Travel and Leisure reports that Zodiac Aerospace, a company which designs aircraft equipment, has been showcasing its new designs for bidets at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg.
They’ve upgraded toilets to include a bum spray – which are also popular in the Middle East and the rest of Asia.
Sun Online Travel previously travelled to Japan – and got stuck into sake and sashimi, and even managed to spot several geishas out on the street.
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