If you had to pick a place to crash, a public restroom is probably pretty low on the list. Not having a collision anywhere is desirable. Even worse if that restroom is a special history. That’s exactly what happened to a driver in Japan with a little bit of weirdness Toyota.
According to the police report provided to the Japanese news outlet Sankei Shimbun, a person who works for the Kyoto Association for the Preservation of Ancient Cultures thought they had switched the car to the driver, but the opposite was true. The results immediately supported Tosu, at the Tofuku-ji Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. The Tosu was the great toilet for the monastery, and oldest toilet of its kind in Japan. And that’s really old: temple, is a complex of 25 smaller templeswas founded in 1236 and was mainly completed in 1255. Reports say this amazing 20-hole house is 500 years old.
The collision eventually damaged the door and poles, but an employee at the temple said Sankei Shimbun that they will repair building. This is certainly not the first time the temple has had to be repaired. Several times in the centuries since its construction, the temple has burned down, and most of the buildings have been completely rebuilt at some point, although many are still more than a century old. . Whether this poor driver can repair his reputation and keep his job remains uncertain.
But next to the temple, we were surprised to see the vehicle involved. In the photo at the top you will see the wrecked car is a Toyota Will Vi. It’s a compact car with some really interesting styling. The rounded shape and the rear window hanging from the trunk are reminiscent of some ’50s cars. But the thick contours and simple surfaces are much more in line with early 2000s styling, which has meaningful as the car debuted in 2000 and was only built until the end of 2001.
It’s one of three Toyota cars built to lie under brand name WILL, which includes all kinds of products from different manufacturers, including simple household goods. The design of these cars is truly an odd part of them. The Vi and Cypha look more futuristic, being quirky compacts that use a platform shared with the much more casual Vitz /Echo and Toyota bB/Scion xB. Vs is larger and based on Corolla.