Toto Toilets

Toto, stylized as TOTO, is a Japanese toilet manufacturer. The company was founded in 1917 and is best known for its Washlet toilet. It has production facilities in nine countries. Founded in Kitakyushu, Japan, Toto now has over two thousand employees worldwide. Toto is the world’s largest toilet manufacturer. In addition to the Washlet, Toto also manufactures the Rinnai and Tecno toilets.


While the original Toto appeared in the movie, the character was more popular as a book. The Disney-produced telefilm is an homage to Baum’s classic story. Pepe the King Prawn portrayed the character. In the 1996 Oz Kids animated series, Dot and Neddie have a puppy named Toto. In the VeggieTales episode “The Wonderful Wizard of Has,” Toto is replaced by the fictional character Tutu. In the sci-fi channel miniseries Tin Man, Toto is a shape-shifting human. She was played by Blu Mankuma.

In the upcoming Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Toto will appear alongside Dorothy and her friends. The character is also featured in the Systar System’s Harmony Town. The Toto character appears in a number of anime and manga. In the Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger series, Toto is portrayed as a human shape-shifter. In a 2010 Anime miniseries, Toto was played by Blu Mankuma.

Toto has a few appearances in cartoons and comic books. In the 1997 film The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz, Pepe the King Prawn voices Toto. In the 1996 Oz Kids cartoon series, Toto has a dog named Toto II. In the VeggieTales animated series, “The Wonderful Wizard of Has”, Toto is replaced by Tutu. In the 2004 Sci-Fi Channel miniseries Tin Man, Toto is played by Blu Mankuma.

The Toto name comes from the Ga language word, “TRO”. When Tro-Tro vehicles were first introduced, the cost of a trip was three pennies. Today, a penny is no longer used in Ghana, but the prices have risen to multiples of a dollar. Toto’s name is a reference to Dorothy, but the name is a misnomer. It’s a Bichon Frise, not a black Cairn terrier.

In addition to the iconic Oz-inspired design, Toto’s toilets also offer a variety of useful features. The remote-controlled wand toilet can even be operated by the user without the need to stand over it. The remote-controlled wand, or washlet, is a unique feature of Toto’s WC. It’s not made in North America but is imported from China. In fact, the majority of its faucets are manufactured by the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Toto Dalian Co., Ltd., and is an outside contractor. Globe Union Industrial Corp., a Chinese manufacturing company, manufactures most of its products.

Toto washlets are a great option for families. The washlet can be attached to any Toto toilet model. The washlet can be heated or not, but the soft-closing lid is a popular option. The Toto toilet seat is also removable, and you can customize it to fit the theme of your bathroom. You can add accessories, including a towel rack, and a heated seat. In addition to the dual-flush WC, Toto’s washlet has many different models, including a wide variety of styles and designs.