Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

This photographer's body of work is not your usual BOG standard collection of images, as it requires him to travel Japan, taking shots of unique TOILETS.

Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

Hidefumi Nakamura's subjects range from portaloos in remote locations to some of the grandest thrones in his native country,

Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

The idea came to the 52-year-old from Tokyo in 2017, when a curious Hidefumi noticed the wide range of strange designs toilets in Japan seem to have.

Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

The toilets across Japan appeared "not cool" and "did not match the place," Hidefumi said, and so he decided he wanted to document them.

Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

To date, the photographer has shot dozens of loos since 2017 - images which he posts on his social media accounts, including his "Toilets A Go Go" Instagram page.

Pic by Hidefumi Nakamura / Caters

In order to find them, Hidefumi simply uses a map, and he plans to add to his growing series. Hidefumi said: "I love the diversity of Japanese toilets. My toilet journey is still in progress."