There are 3 different types of toilets in shape; the Japanese type, Western Type, and Multifunction type.
Currently, Japanese type toilets are actively being converted to Western type toilets to allow everyone to easily use them.
This toilet has been around in Japan form olden days and it is used by squatting over it. They may be installed as public toilets.
Currently, it is the most common toilet.
People in wheelchairs, Ostomate and people that are nursing babies have priority for these toilets and are more roomy for use by various people. The general public, such as elderly people may also use them.
Washing is done automatically without having to touch the Wash button so it’s sanitary and comfortable.
Soap and water is automatically dispensed without touching the faucet so it’s sanitary and comfortable.
This is a device that allows you to dry your hands with air after washing your hands.
Air will automatically be blown out when you place your hand near the vent.
These are installed where the toilet and the bathroom are independent of each other.
The toilet, washbasin, and bathroom are installed in one space.
<Precautions When Using Hotel Bathrooms> * Unit Baths have shower attachments; however use of the shower is limited to inside the bathtub. * If there is a shower curtain, please close the curtain when showering to prevent the area around the toilet from getting wet. * Using the bathroom with the door open may cause the fire alarm to malfunction so make sure to close the bathroom door when using the bathroom.