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TOTO launches new kitchen range in Hong Kong

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 16, 2015 in Perspective Promotions , Products
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This month saw the launch of a new selection of kitchen cabinet displays and accessories by iconic Japanese sanitary ware production company, TOTO

Coupling exquisite European styling with the exacting standards of Japan, the range offers sleek cabinetry that is all finished in high-gloss lacquer to create the smoothest finish possible.

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Features of the new range include handle-less opening of doors, drawers that are equipped with the technology to close quietly and smoothly and a selection of hidden compartments in counter tops for increased safety.

Easy Rack_R "Pursuing the best quality and reliability in our products has always been our mission. This is no exception with our new kitchen facilities. They are designed to be top quality and easy to use in daily life," said Mr. Kazuhiro Hosokawa, Managing Director of TOTO (HK) Limited.

The company appreciates that many Hong Kong kitchens are limited in area, and they hope to assist their customers by offering products that utilise space optimally. Van Shung Chong Holdings (“VSC”) has been appointed as the sole distributor of the products.

Tall unit with Pocket Door

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