Video: Japanese Bathrooms Will Soon Come With Toilet Paper for Smartphones

Telecom giant NTT Docomo plans to add phone-sanitizing wipes to restroom stalls at Tokyo Narita International Airport

Pooping on the go can be dirty business, but some restroom stalls at Tokyo Narita International Airport will soon be outfitted with smartphone wipes meant to help travelers clean their phones while indisposed.

NTT Docomo—the company behind these phone-sanitizing stations—bills its new product as "toilet paper for phones" and plans to add them to the airport's stalls by March 15. While the product will help travelers clean their phones for free, the wipes will also carry ads for the telecom company's travel guide app and wifi service.

NTT has also recently published a how-to video for Japanese toilets in general, which are advanced but complex. The instructional video is set to soothing Eastern music and features suit-clad businessman pooping in a variety of ways.

Check it out (above).