Toto signs deal with Rugby World Cup One of the world’s leading suppliers of bathroom fixtures, TOTO is sponsoring the showcase event for the first time and the announcement comes at a time when the host nation is celebrating two years to go. TOTO will play its full part in the promotion of Asia’s first Rugby World Cup, connecting people across the host nation and fans from around the world through its activations in Japan. World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont said: “We are delighted to be welcoming TOTO to the Rugby World Cup commercial programme for the first time as an Official Sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2019. They are a leading global brand and are excited about supporting the tournament in their home nation.” President and Representative Director of TOTO LTD Madoka Kitamura added: “We are honoured to participate as an Official Sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan. “In line with our corporate identity to create an enriched and more comfortable lifestyle and culture, we are looking forward to contributing to the success of the tournament.” The Rugby World Cup 2019 commercial programme now features a full inventory of six Worldwide Partners: Emirates; Heineken; Land Rover; Société Générale; DHL and Mastercard, all confirmed in record time with record value, and Canon and TOTO Ltd as Official Sponsors with continued sponsor interest extremely high.
Toto sponsors Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori welcomed the new appointment, "TOTO Ltd. provides a variety of essential plumbing products that contribute to healthy and added-value lifestyles to people in Japan, and we are delighted to welcome the company as a Tokyo 2020 Official Partner. I have high expectations that TOTO will exemplify the omotenashi (selfless hospitality) that we aim to extend to all athletes, Games-related personnel and spectators."
Toto partners with LPGA Japan Classic DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., July 14, 2015 – The LPGA announced today that TOTO will serve as the title sponsor for the Tour’s oldest Asian event, the newly renamed TOTO JAPAN CLASSIC. An event on the LPGA schedule since 1973, the TOTO JAPAN CLASSIC is co-sanctioned with the Ladies Professional Golfers’ Association of Japan. The 37th edition of the tournament is set to be played November 6-8, 2015, at Kintetsu Kashikojima Country Club in Shima-Shi, Mie, Japan with the purse increasing to $1.5 million this year.