Top 3 Japanese Toilets Seats Recommendation
We've sold thousands of Japanese toilet seats, so bidetsPLUS is all you need to make an informed buying decision. We're the experts! We've done the research for you and below are our Top 3 Recommendations for a good Japanese style toilet. We independently review and test every model we carry so you can shop with confidence and know that these are some of the best Japanese toilet seats available. We've prepared a summary of each seat for you below. There's also a video (just scroll down a bit) which will give you an idea of the look and feel of the products as well. Thanks for stopping by today and please let us know if you have any questions!
Bio Bidet BB 1000
The first recommendation of our Japanese toilets for sale is one of our best-selling models, the Bio Bidet BB-1000. This is a full-featured Japanese style toilet, operated with a wireless remote control which most people mount on the wall next to their toilet. The BB 1000 has both posterior and feminine wash features, and you can adjust the position of the spray nozzle to best fit your body. This Japanese toilet seat allows you to adjust the water temperature and water pressure. Other features include a temperature-controlled heated seat, air dryer, air deodorizer, and an eco-mode which decreases this Japanese bidet seat’s energy consumption.
Coway BA 13
Also for your consideration is the Coway BA 13 (also operated with a wireless remote control). The Coway BA 13 is an advanced, newer model with some of the latest technology available in a Japanese toilet seat. In addition to the features the Bio Bidet BB 1000 has, the Coway BA 13 comes with stainless steel wash nozzles instead of the plastic nozzle found on the BB 1000. The Coway BA 13 also has adjustable spray-width controls - this feature lets you choose between a more narrow, concentrated spray or a wider, softer spray. Other unique features of the BA 13 include a nozzle sterilization feature and a lid you can sit on. And because the Coway BA 13 has more recent technology, this Japanese toilet seat is more compact which gives a cleaner, more modern look.
And finally, if you have a little more to spend for a premium-class Japanese toilet seat, then we would recommend the TOTO S300e (also operated with a wireless remote control). Just released in November 2012, the TOTO S300e is the world's thinnest bidet seat - measuring just 4" high at it's tallest point in the rear. In addition to its wash features, this TOTO washlet has a pre-misting feature which pre-mists your toilet bowl with water. This helps your toilet flush more effectively (compared to a dry bowl). eWater Technology uses electrolyzed water to mist your bowl and helps reduce the need for harsh chemical cleaners. The S300e washlet is equipped with a night light as well, which makes it more convenient to use in the middle of the night.
You can choose confidently among these Japanese toilet seats to upgrade your existing toilet. Thanks for visting bidetsPLUS and learning more about the Japanese toilets we have for sale. Please click on any of the pictures above to land on our product pages to learn more!
Japanese Toilet Seat Comparison Chart
|BB 1000||CW BA13||TO S300E|
|Wireless Remote (wall mountable)|
|Attached Control Panel|
|Adjustable (warm) Water Temp.|
|Adjustable Water Pressure|
|Adjustable Nozzle Position|
|Turbo (enema) Wash|
|BB 1000||CW BA13||TO S300E|
|Warmed Toilet Seat|
|Slow Closing Seat and Lid|
|Self-Rinsing Wash Nozzles|
|Power Saving Mode|
|Warm Air Dry|
|Stainless Steel Wash Nozzles|
|A Lid You Can Sit On|
|Toilet Bowl Misting|
|Available in Beige Color|
|Warranty (# of years)||5 *||3||1|
What is a Japanese Toilet Seat?
A japanese toilet seat is basically a high-tech toilet seat which attaches to your existing toilet. Instead of using toilet paper, japanese toilet seats have wash nozzles which use a stream of water to wash you after using the restroom. If you've ever been to Japan, you know the Japanese come from a very clean culture. And what better way to stay clean, than to use water to clean yourself.
Japanese toilet seats can be found all throughout Japan. They are in approximately 80% of homes, and are also very common in hotels, restaurants, train stations, and other public places. It's activated by pressing the WASH button on the control panel (or remote control). This will extend a wash nozzle beneath you and start the wash feature. When done washing, press the STOP button – the wash nozzle will then rinse itself off and retract back into the toilet seat. Nothing touches you except water.
Often referred to as a bidet seat, japanese toilet seats are easy to install - just remove your old toilet seat, and attach your new bidet seat. It taps into the water supply which refills your toilet so there's no additional plumbing to install. These seats do require electricity though, so you’ll need to plug it into a nearby outlet.
The Japanese are known for their high-tech wizardry, and these seats are packed with lots of extra features. There is a built-in water heater, heated toilet seat, adjustable water temperature/pressure controls, and even a warm air dry fan to help with residual moisture after washing. Our customers all rave about their new japanese toilet seats - try one and you will too!