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A wireless battery operated toilet control panel for the Japanese toilet. The buttons are from left to right:
- Stop (?): Stops all operations
- Bottom (???: oshiri): Washing of the anus, regular
- Gentle (????: yawaraga): Washing of the anus, soft mode
- Move On/Off (??? ??/??: Muubu): Rotates the nozzle sideways back and forth. Button for On/Off
- Massage On/Off (????? (?/?): Massaji): Cyclic increase in the nozzle pressure for a masage of the anus. Button for On/Off
- Bidet (??: Bide): Washing of the vulva.
- Move On/Off (??? (?/?): Muubu) Move: Rotates the nozzle sideways back and forth. Button for On/Off
- Dry (??: kansou): Blow dryer for drying the private parts
Above and below the LCD display:
- Water strength (??: suisei): Increase the water pressure with the top triangular button (?: Strong) and decrease the pressure with the bottom triangular button (?: Weak)
- Nozzle (???: nozuru): Move the nozzle slightly forward with the top triangular button (?: mae, forward) and backward with the bottom triangular button (?: ato, aft) for improved aim
A flap at the bottom can be opened to exchange batteries. The toilet was in a temple hotel in Koya, Wakayama, Japan. See also Image:JapaneseSquatToilet.jpg and Image:JapaneseToiletSlippers.jpg for the adjacent toilet. See Image:JapaneseToiletControlPanel.jpg for a less sophisticated panel in a different hotel and Image:Wireless toilet control panel w. open lid.jpg for a high-end model with 38 buttons. See also Japanese toilet
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