The out-of-the-ordinary Unko Museum is finally open at 360 Bourke Street, Melbourne until the end of March. This Japanese museum dedicated to poop will definitely be an experience you won’t forget. While you might not have had a visit to a poop museum on your cards for 2024, we recommend giving it a go. After selling out around Japan, tickets for this museum are sure to fly. Get your tickets soon and enjoy this pastel-hued kawaii-themed universe.
We don’t often think of poop as something we’d put into the “cute” category, but the Unko Museum is here to change your mind. Based on the Japanese kawaii aesthetic, the museum creates a world where poop is cute and colourful. From multicoloured toilets to your very own poop mascot, you’ll be marvelling at the cuteness of poop in no time!
The museum is an immersive space that includes light walls, games, interactive installations and colourful photo opportunities at every corner. Wander through a tunnel of projected flying turds, or snap a few pics in the Unko Mart supermarket. The installations, displays, and collaborative attractions in the museum are all based around the theme “Max Unko Kawaii,” which translates to “the maximum cuteness of poop” and each installation is cuter than the next.
Say goodbye to any cultural taboos surrounding poop, and enter an unprecedented experience that will overturn your prejudices, and allow you to view poop in a whole new way. Tickets to the experience start at $31 for adults, and there are also family bundles and group options available. Don’t miss out on the first international poop museum in the world, and grab your tickets soon.