Toto Toilets

TOTO (stylized as TOTO) is a Japanese manufacturer of washlet toilets. The company was founded in 1917 and is known for its Washlet toilet design. With headquarters in Japan and production plants in nine countries, Toto is one of the world’s largest bathroom manufacturers. This product line is a favorite among women who want to keep their bathrooms clean. The company’s washlet toilets are available in a variety of designs.

Toto is a mascot for the company. As part of the Toto brand, Toto’s logo represents personal hygiene. This is a unique way to make Toto a special part of your bathroom. Unlike other Japanese toilets, Toto toilets also feature many features. They come with heated seats, a remote control bidet, an automatic lid, and a deodorizer. The company has a variety of toilets to choose from, and they offer excellent value for money.

Toto has a variety of models and features. The Toto washlet attaches to any Toto toilet model and turns it into an instant bidet. This product is a popular choice for homes with small children, as it makes the toilet seat warm, so it is less likely to be slammed by a toddler. Toto washlet designs are available in a wide range of colors, and can match your bathroom decor.

The name of Toto toilets comes from the Ga language word ‘TRO’. Originally, three pennies were used for each trip. However, in today’s Ghanaian society, the penny is no longer a common currency. In fact, most people spend several times the price of a single pence. In addition, Toto toilets often have a deodorizer and heated seats. Toto toilets are so popular in Japan that they are used in many businesses and homes in Japan.

Despite being a fictional character, Toto is a popular choice among fans of the Ga language. The name derives from the word ‘TRO’. It also refers to a vehicle that uses a penny. The Tro-Tro vehicle was originally called a ‘TRO’ because it was a horse. As a result, Toto’s name, “Tro” means ‘three pence’.

In addition to being a popular book character, Toto has also appeared in a number of movies. In the ABC telefilm The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz, Toto is voiced by Pepe the King Prawn. The 1996 animated series Oz Kids features a female version of Toto, named Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries The Tin Man, Toto is a shape-shifting human.

While Toto is a cult classic, the company’s innovative approach has led it to branch out into a variety of other industries. TOTO is a pioneer in high-tech bathing, and it recently unveiled its cradle-shaped Flotation Tub in Germany. This model was based on flotation therapy and promises to put users in a trance-like state. Its washlet concept is still a niche product, but the company plans to open an educational gallery in Manhattan next year.