TOTO Ltd. (Headquarters: Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan; President: Madoka Kitamura) will be installing an experience-led restroom called “GALLERY TOTO” in the connecting corridor to Terminal 2 at Narita International Airport in April 2015. Created in collaboration with Narita International Airport Corporation, the restroom will be included in a spacious new relaxation area, as part of work to upgrade the connecting corridor. It is designed to provide a clean, pleasant experience for users, based on the concept of promoting the culture and technology of Japanese toilets to visitors travelling from all over the world.
Designed by Klein Dytham architecture (KDa)*1, the restroom will incorporate avant-garde spaces and will feature large video display panels mounted on the walls, creating a sophisticated and entertaining art environment in much the same way as a gallery.
TOTO will be making the most of GALLERY TOTO to showcase its latest technologies and products to the countless people who use the airport.
Key Features of GALLERY TOTO
Fitted with the very latest equipment from TOTO, GALLERY TOTO will be an experience-led restroom designed to showcase the technical capabilities of Japanese toilets to the rest of the world.
It will include new Neorest Hybrid Series AH/RH models, Washlet*2 integrated toilets, due to be launched in February 2015. These are top-of-the-range products equipped with countless technologies unique to TOTO. In addition to their water-saving capabilities, they also boast hygienic features such as “Sanitizing Water” to keep toilets clean.
Design of GALLERY TOTO
As well as offering relaxation and comfort to countless users, GALLERY TOTO is designed to promote the culture and technology of Japanese toilets to the rest of the world. Providing a tranquil environment enhanced by the very latest equipment from TOTO, down to the finest detail, the aim is to create a new perception of airport toilets. Visit GALLERY TOTO to experience the wonder of modern Japanese toilets.