In recent years, the “Low Silhouette” design for toilets has been gaining popularity.
Each company has a characteristic lineup such as types that assert the design of the toilet by itself or products that allow freedom to interpret the space where it is situated.
The volume of water used when a Western-style toilet is flushed once (large flush) is 6 liters or less.
In addition, by the flow of the wash water "circling around" the bowl (toilet bowl), it effectively cleans the soil and conserves water.
After your use, the toilet will be flushed automatically.
Children friendly, easy to approach, low receptacle urinals are common.
Faucets with water that automatically turn on are common.
In places like commercial facilities, there also are automatic liquid soap dispenser types.
There are air towel types that blow away moisture.
Baby seats, baby chairs, and other items in consideration of babies, fitting boards for changing children and other devices have been increasingly installed in commercial and transportation facilities. People with children can also use toilets with peace of mind.
This is a table for changing baby diapers.
People with babies can sit the infant in the seat while using the toilet.
It is a thin shaped board so that pants-type diapers can be conveniently changed.