TOTO Museum – Japan makes some of the world's fanciest toilets, and now smart toilet manufacturer TOTO has opened its own museum in Kitakyushu, southern Japan.
TOTO Museum – The TOTO Museum traces the history of traditional squat toilets, flush toilets, up to high-tech Washlet bidet-equipped toilets.
TOTO Museum – One of the museum's quirkiest exhibits is The Neo -- a poop-powered toilet motorcycle that the company used to travel across Japan to promote its green agenda a few years ago.
TOTO Museum – The TOTO Toilet Museum has been visited more than 180,000 times since opening two years ago. The museum features a toilet that belonged to the office of former Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General Douglas MacArthur, during the post-WWII occupation of Japan.
TOTO Museum – The museum gift shop shop sells all kinds of toilet-related accessories. Visitors can purchase a roll of colorful toilet paper.
TOTO Museum – The museum cost $60 million to build, and its popularity demonstrates the cult popularity that the TOTO brand enjoys.
TOTO Museum – As well a smart toilets, retro models are also on display. TOTO introduced the country's first bidet-equipped toilet seat in the 1980s.
TOTO Museum – TOTO produces more than just high-tech toilets -- the museum also displays Washlets that are suitable for different body sizes.