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TOTO Museum TOTOミュージアム

TOTO Museum TOTO Museum
TOTO Museum TOTO Museum

The museum dedicated to all things bathroom-related is a futuristic royal flush

TOTO is a large producer of toilets, toilet seats, and bathroom products. The company has set up a museum in Kokura in Kitakyushu to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation.

Quick Facts

The company was founded in 1917 in Kitakyushu

The company's most famous product is Washlet

How to Get There

From Kokura Station Bus Center, take the No. 21, 22, or 43 bus from stop 3 or the No. 25 bus from stop 4, and get off at Kifunemachi.

The only toilet museum you ever need to see

The name TOTO is an abbreviation of the two Japanese words forming its full name, Toyo Toki, which translates as Oriental Ceramics.

The company's most famous product is the TOTO Washlet, the high-tech Japanese toilet seat that is famous globally and that includes features such as a bidet, heated seat, and air fresheners.

Futuristic digs

The TOTO Museum is housed in a futuristic building with several exhibition rooms dedicated to telling the story of the company and the most innovative products across its history.

"Washlet" is a registered trademark of TOTO.

The latest information may differ, so please check the official website.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

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