Coming up in 2017, TOTO\u2014one of the world\u2019s most renowned toilet maker made famous by it's bottom-cleansing\u00a0Washlets\u2014will celebrate its 100th anniversary. And what better way to pay an early homage to itself than with its very own toilet shrine\u00a0museum stationed at its headquarters in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture. The museum, which opened Friday, August 28, allows\u00a0visitors see the\u00a0historical and technological evolution of the Japanese toilet, including displays of its most recognized (and sensory-overloading) bidet-fitted "shower" toilets, along with the company's original toilet designs from the early 1900s. Admissions is free for those interested in visiting. As bizarre, intricate and intuitive toilets become more and more an idiosyncratic symbol of Japan and Japanese culture, it\u2019s no surprise there should be a museum\u00a0dedicated to the porcelain throne, joining\u00a0the likes of the culturally embedded Cup Noodle Museum. Will you be one of the 2 million expected visitors at the new TOTO Toilet Museum this year?