The History of Toto Toilets
TOTO is a stylized form of the name Toto Ltd., a Japanese company founded in 1917. The company is best known for its Washlet toilet design. The company is headquartered in Kitakyushu, Japan, with production facilities in nine countries. It is one of the largest manufacturers of washlets and is the world’s largest producer. In addition to their Japanese production facilities, they have facilities in the United States, Canada, and Germany.
Toto toilets are known for their wide range of features, including heated seats, a remote bidet, and an automatic lid that automatically closes. The company has been making toilets for nearly 100 years. They are now found in many high-end restaurants, including N/Naka in Los Angeles, Odo in New York, and SingleThread Farms in Healdsburg, California. Toto also offers a range of accessories, including shower heads and bidets.
Although it is difficult to define the history of Toto, the company has continued to develop the brand. The name Tro-Tro was derived from the Ga word “TRO,” which means three pence. In modern times, the dollar and penny aren’t widely used, and Tro-Tro is a relic of a simpler time. Interestingly, Toto’s name is a mash-up of two words, toli, which originally meant “bold-faced lie”. In addition to being a culturally significant and highly-recognized product, it also plays a vital role in promoting the country as an innovator in high-tech products.
In the case of Toto washlets, the brand is aiming for the international market with high-tech bathing. In Germany, the company debuted the cradle-shaped Flotation Tub, inspired by flotation therapy, which promises to put its users in a trance-like state. While the Flotation Tub has its own niche in the market, it’s not the only high-tech product the Japanese manufacturer has released.
The name of Toto refers to a fictional dog in L. Frank Baum’s books. It is pronounced as “toe-toe” and is a homophone of “toe toe.” Toto first appeared in the first edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900. The Toto washlet has been used in many different versions of the book since then, including the movies The Wiz (1978) and Return to Oz (2001).
Toto toilets offer many unique features that make them the perfect option for any bathroom. The CeFiONtect finish on the bowl of the Toto E-Max toilet reduces the risk of clogging, resulting in less waste. Unlike other toilets, the Eco-Toto E-Max’s water-saving feature makes it an excellent choice for environmentally conscious households. Despite its low-price, the Eco-Toto Toilet is also designed to save energy.
In addition to their low water usage, TOTO faucets are designed to be healthy and environmentally-friendly. The CeFiONtect coating is designed to reduce the amount of water in the toilet bowl by up to 20%. They are also recommended by plumbers and are considered the best toilets. They are also very attractive and comfortable to use. You’ll be proud to share your bathroom with your family and friends. So, go ahead and choose a Toto faucet!