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JP2004255028A
JP2004255028A JP2003051087A JP2003051087A JP2004255028A JP 2004255028 A JP2004255028 A JP 2004255028A JP 2003051087 A JP2003051087 A JP 2003051087A JP 2003051087 A JP2003051087 A JP 2003051087A JP 2004255028 A JP2004255028 A JP 2004255028A
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Hidetoshi Motoyama
英俊 本山
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[PROBLEMS] Even if a water receiving tray is installed on a vanity stand, it does not hinder the storage space, drains water accumulated in the water receiving tray easily, and increases the length of the shower hose. In addition, the present invention provides a vanity table in which the material cost is low because there is no need to take the product, and the product management cost can be reduced because there is no need to specially prepare products dedicated to cold regions.
In a panel installed above a washbasin, a faucet main body capable of freely pulling out a spout connected via a shower hose is attached to the panel, and the faucet main body is provided on the back side of the panel. A water receiving tray which houses the communicating shower hose and receives water transmitted from the shower hose is provided in a substantially quadrangular prism shape and has an open upper surface, and is provided integrally with the panel on the back surface of the panel. .
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[0001]
TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a vanity having a water tap for a shower hose and a water receiving tray for receiving water transmitted from the shower hose.
[0002]
[Prior art]
As a conventional type of this type, there is a well-known type in which a water faucet mounting holder is installed on the back side of a wash bowl, and a hair faucet is mounted on the front surface of the water faucet mounting holder (for example, see Patent See Reference 1.).
[0003]
In this case, when the user performs a hair-washing operation or the like, the scattered water adheres to the drawn-out hose. Therefore, a water receiver is required to receive water that falls along the hose connected to the water discharge head. For example, there is also disclosed one in which a water receiving tray is integrated with a holder to which a shower hose faucet is attached (see Patent Document 2). When the holder is installed on the wash basin, the water receiving tray is inserted into an opening provided in the wash basin. In some cases, a water receiving tray is mounted in a dressing table.
[0004]
As shown in FIG. 10, the mounting seat surface of the drawer shower hose faucet having the above-described form is mounted on a so-called upward surface such as a horizontal surface or a rear upper inclined surface. When the drawn-out shower hose 92 is stored in the mounting seat surface, the shower hose 92 returned by the weight of the shower hose 92 below the faucet mounting surface returns. For this purpose, a separate part such as a stopper 91 is provided to limit a draw-out margin of the shower hose 92 so that the shower hose 92 does not return by its own weight even if all the shower hoses 92 are drawn out. An extra length of shower hose 92 hangs below the mounting surface. Therefore, it was necessary to set the shower hose length longer than the drawer allowance.
[0005]
[Patent Document 1]
Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 3-37481 [Patent Document 2]
JP-A-9-250153
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, in the above-described conventional example, the water receiving tray that stores the shower hose hanging below the faucet mounting surface occupies the space inside the wash basin, and limits the storage space as the dressing table. Then, when draining the water accumulated in the water receiving tray, the drainage operation is performed inside the wash basin, which is very troublesome and difficult. Further, there is a disadvantage that the length of the shower hose is set to be longer than necessary for the above-mentioned reason, and extra material cost is imposed. Furthermore, when used in cold climates, even if all the shower hoses are pulled out, the extra length remaining under the faucet mounting surface forms a U-shape, and a drain plug for draining water accumulated in this part Therefore, it is necessary to set a special product for cold regions separately from general local products.
The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and does not interfere with the storage space and drains water accumulated in the water receiving tray even when the water receiving tray is installed in the vanity stand. It is also easy to use, and it is not necessary to take extra shower hose length, so the material cost is low, and there is no need to specially prepare products dedicated to cold regions, so the product management cost can be reduced. The purpose is to provide a dressing table.
[0007]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
In the first invention, a faucet main body from which a water discharging device connected via a shower hose can be freely pulled out is attached to the panel, and the faucet is provided on the back side of the panel. A water receiving tray that houses the shower hose communicated from the main body and has a substantially square pillar shape and an open upper surface for receiving water transmitted from the shower hose is provided integrally with the panel on the back surface of the panel. Provide a vanity table.
[0008]
According to the present invention, since the water receiving tray is installed on the back surface of the panel, and the drain hose connected to the water receiving tray only hangs down into the wash basin, there is a sufficient storage space in the wash basin. Can be secured. In addition, since the water receiving tray is integrated with the panel to which the faucet is attached, it is not necessary to separately install a water receiving tray when installing the vanity stand, and the installation can be easily performed.
[0009]
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the elastic body connected to the annular locking member that can freely move around the outer periphery through the shower hose is connected to the lower surface in the water receiving tray. A toilet vanity table provided with a shower hose storage assisting device for assisting storage of the shower hose in the water receiving tray.
[0010]
ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, even if all shower hoses are pulled out, a shower hose can be easily accommodated in a water receiving tray again, without providing a separate part, such as a stopper, in a shower hose, and drawing out a shower hose. Further, a faucet for a shower hose that can be pulled out is provided on the panel, so that the shower hose can be easily stored in the water receiving tray even when the storage path of the shower hose is curved. In addition, even if all shower hoses are pulled out, the U-shaped extra length that can be formed below the faucet mounting surface can be eliminated, so the material cost of the shower hose can be reduced, and it can be used in cold areas. Even when used, there is no need to install a drain plug in this part. Therefore, since it is not necessary to specially prepare products exclusively for cold regions, product management costs can be reduced.
[0011]
In the third invention, a drain port for draining water accumulated in the water receiving tray according to claim 1 or 2 is provided on a lower surface portion of the water receiving tray, and an opening / closing device is provided at one end. And a drainage hose connected to the drain port.
[0012]
ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the water receiving tray can be set compactly in a panel, and the water collected in the water receiving tray can be drained without reducing the storage space in a wash basin. In addition, since the length of the drain hose can be set freely, if the drain hose is set long enough to reach the vicinity of the open / close door on the front of the wash basin, drain work that handles the open / close device at the end of the drain hose can be easily performed. it can.
[0013]
BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described more specifically with reference to the drawings.
1 is an exploded perspective view of a vanity stand according to one embodiment, FIG. 2 is a front view of the vanity stand shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 3 is a rear view of a panel of the vanity stand shown in FIG. 4 is a rear view of the panel when the shower hose is drawn out to the maximum in FIG. 3, FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of the support pipe portion of the panel shown in FIG. 2, and FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of the mixing faucet portion of the panel shown in FIG. 2, FIG. 8 is a front view of the vanity table shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. 9 is FIG. FIG. 10 is a side view of a part of a wash bowl, a panel, and a mirror cabinet of a vanity stand, and FIG. 10 is a front view of a panel according to an embodiment of the related art.
[0014]
The toilet vanity 1 includes a washstand 10 in which a washbasin 12 is mounted on a cabinet 11, a panel 13 erected on the back side of the backguard 121 of the washbasin 12, and a back surface of the panel 13. A water tray 14, which is attached to the panel 13, a mirror cabinet 15 which is attached above the panel 13, a support tube 22 which is attached to the panel 13, and a water discharging device 16 which is detachably attached to the support tube 22. And a shower hose 17 for connecting the water discharger 16 and the mixing faucet 18.
[0015]
The wash bowl 12 has a back guard 121 formed at the rear thereof and projecting upward. When installed on the upper surface of the cabinet 11, a gap C is provided between the back surface of the back guard 121 and the rear surface of the cabinet 11. This gap C is a gap C through which a water supply pipe 19 connected to the mixing faucet 18 attached to the panel 13, a hot water supply pipe 20, and a drainage hose 21 for draining water collected in a water receiving tray 14 attached to the panel 13 pass. It is. As shown in FIG. 9, if this gap C is made large, the depth of the basin 12 becomes narrow. Therefore, it is desirable to set the gap C to the minimum necessary for inserting the above-mentioned pipes. In the present invention, the gap C is set to about 40 mm.
[0016]
The panel 13 has an inclination angle α inclined rearward and downward, and a support pipe 22 that supports the water discharging tool 16 connected to the water discharging end of the shower hose 17 is attached to an opening provided on the inclined surface 131. . As shown in FIG. 7, the mixing faucet 18 is attached to an opening provided in the vertical surface 132 on the side of the support tube 22. Of course, the support tube 22 may be mounted not only on an inclined surface but also on a vertical surface. In the present invention, the inclination angle α is set to 30 °, and the water discharging device 16 is installed on the support tube 22 so that the water discharging direction is directed toward the inside of the basin 12. At the same time, as shown in FIG. 2, the support tube 22 is held rotatably with respect to the panel 13, and by rotating the support tube 22, the height of the water discharge position can be changed.
[0017]
As shown in FIG. 1, the panel 13 has the same size in the left and right longitudinal directions as the cabinet 11, and the width in the front and rear directions is from the front of the back guard 121 of the wash basin 12 to the rear end of the cabinet 11. It is box-shaped, and has a recess formed in the lower part on the front side to be fitted into the back guard 121 of the wash basin 12. An opening 100 is provided on the upper surface 133 of the panel 13 for assembling the support pipe 22 and the mixing faucet 18 and for maintenance. A back guard 134 is formed at the rear of the upper surface 133 to protrude upward. And a screw hole 135 for fixing to a wall surface.
[0018]
As shown in FIG. 3, the water receiving tray 14 accommodates a shower hose 17 and collects dripping water transmitted to the outer periphery of the shower hose 17 due to a user's hair washing action or cleaning. The water receiving tray 14 has a substantially quadrangular prism shape and is open at the upper surface, and is provided with a guard portion 145 so that the shower hose 17 does not come into contact with the wall surface of the building to be wet. A shower hose accommodating device 142 for accommodating the drain opening 141 and the shower hose 17 is provided on the lower surface. The drainage opening 141 has a bamboo shoot cylindrical shape so that it can be easily connected to the drainage hose 21. Here, the bamboo shoot shape refers to a structure including a plurality of step portions whose diameter is increased downward. One end of the drain hose 21 is connected to the hose clip 211, and a drain plug 212 is screwed to the other end. In order for the user to operate the drain plug 212 connected to the tip of the drain hose 21, it hangs down into the wash basin through the gap between the back guard 121 back surface of the wash basin 12 and the rear surface of the cabinet 11. The drain plug 212 may have any structure as long as it can drain the water in the drain hose 21, and may be a cap-shaped one or a member provided with a ball valve inside. In this embodiment, a relatively inexpensive cap is used.
[0019]
Generally, miscellaneous items such as detergents, towels, and buckets are placed in the wash basin, and it is difficult to drain the water from the water receiving tray 14 installed at the back of the wash basin. You have to work outside after you go outside. Therefore, if the length of the drain hose 21 is set to a length that allows the drain plug 212 of the drain hose 21a to reach the vicinity of the opening / closing door 111 of the wash basin as shown in FIG. It is convenient because it can be done. Of course, it is preferable that the drain hoses 21 and 21a have high transparency so that the user can determine whether or not water is accumulated. When the drain plug 212 is opened, the water collected in the water receiving tray 14 can be drained.
[0020]
In addition, as shown in FIG. 3, the lower surface 143 of the water receiving tray 14 has an inclined surface facing the opening 141 for draining so that drainage can be smoothly performed. Since the lower surface 143 is suppressed to about the lower end of the panel 13, the storage space in the wash basin can be widely used.
[0021]
On the other hand, the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142 uses an elastic body such as a spring or a pneumatic cylinder, but uses a tension spring 144 here. In this case, it is necessary to provide a locking portion for the pull spring 144, but since the water receiving tray is generally formed of resin, it is often difficult to form the locking portion integrally in a box shape. According to the present invention, the separate component 23 provided with the locking portion of the pull spring 144 is mounted in the water receiving tray 14, and this is used as the locking portion of the pull spring 144. The enlarged portion in FIG. 3 is an example. The pulling spring 144 is mounted on the separate component 23 provided with the hook portion, inserted from outside the lower surface of the water receiving tray 14, and mounted with the screw 25 or the like. The insertion part of the separate component 23 is larger than the outer diameter of the pulling spring, and is provided with a packing 24 for sealing the opening of the water receiving tray 14.
[0022]
When the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142 is installed in the water receiving tray 14 having the box shape as described above, it is difficult to mount components from the upper open surface of the box shape. It is preferable to mount the separate component 23 to which the is mounted from the outside of the water receiving tray 14 because the work becomes easier. The other end of the pulling spring 144 is connected to the shower hose 17 via an annular hose guide 26 which can pass through the shower hose 17 and move freely on the outer periphery.
[0023]
The water receiving tray 14 can accommodate the shower hose 17 connected to the mixing faucet 18 from the support pipe 22, and is provided on the rear surface of the panel 13 so that the pulling spring 144 is at a position where an optimal attractive force acts to accommodate the shower hose 17. Need to be installed.
[0024]
For example, when the support tube 22 is attached to the inclined surface of the panel 13 as shown in FIG. 5, the sliding path of the shower hose 17 becomes curved, and the shower hose 17 can be easily taken out (slided) when the water discharging tool 16 is pulled out. Mobility). Therefore, an R-shaped cover 27 is attached to the outlet of the curved support tube 22 so that the shower hose 17 slides smoothly.
[0025]
At the same time, as shown in FIG. 3, the water receiving tray 14 is attached to the panel 13 such that the position of the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142 is shifted from the center position of the support pipe 22 by a distance t in the direction opposite to the mixing faucet 18. Then, the shower hose 17 can be stored in the water receiving tray 14 smoothly. That is, a point is a direction in which the shower hose 17 is pulled in by the auxiliary device 142. This depends on the draw-out allowance S of the shower hose 17 and the height h from the position of the shower hose accommodating device 142 as shown in FIG. 6, for example, when S is 400 mm and h is about 200 mm, t is about 150 mm. Good. Of course, if the natural length and the spring constant of the tension spring 144 are changed under the conditions of the connection dimensions, the drawability and storage of the shower hose 17 are changed.
[0026]
The attachment of the water receiving tray 14 to the panel 13 is performed by fixing with a screw or the like or fixing with an adhesive, and is integrally attached to the back surface of the panel 13. For maintenance of the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142, fixing with a screw or the like is suitable. In fixing with screws or the like, since the panel is generally formed of resin, a boss for screwing is provided on the back surface. In this case, since the boss becomes thick, there is a concern that sinks may occur on the panel surface. However, as shown in FIG. 3, if the boss 133a is provided on the back surface of the panel 13 below the concave portion fitted into the back guard 121 of the wash basin 12, and the water receiving tray 14 is fixed with a screw at this position, it is tentative. Even when sink occurs, it is not hidden by the back guard 121 and becomes invisible.
[0027]
By providing the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142 in the water receiving tray 14 in this way, even when the water discharger 16 connected to the tip of the shower hose 17 is pulled out to the maximum as shown in FIG. The water discharging device 16 can be smoothly returned to the support pipe 22 without providing an extra length of the conventional U-shaped shower hose 17. At the same time, this reduces the cost of the extra length of the shower hose 17 and, in cold regions, eliminates the need for a drain plug for draining water in the U-shape, thus reducing the number of parts and cost.
[0028]
Further, as shown in FIG. 10, in the prior art, a stopper 91 for restricting a draw-out allowance of the shower hose is provided on the shower hose 92, but this is not necessary. However, when the shower hose 17 is pulled out as much as possible, since the stopper 91 is not provided, a load is applied to the connection portion between the shower hose 17 and the main body of the mixing faucet 18, which is not preferable because water leakage or the like is feared. As shown in FIG. 4, this can be solved by fixing the shower hose 17 and the upper surface of the panel 13 with the binding band 28 or the like so that the load on the connection portion is reduced.
[0029]
On the other hand, if the shower hose accommodating auxiliary device 142 is used because of the absence of the stopper, the drawer operating force increases in proportion to the drawer length due to the spring force, so that the drawer allowance is approaching the limit length. There is also an effect of informing the user sensuously. In the present invention, the spring force when the shower hose 17 is pulled out to the maximum is about 15 N.
[0030]
By operating the lever handle of the mixing faucet 18 in the vanity table configured as described above, water can be spouted and stopped from the water spouting tool 16. When the hair is washed or the inside of the washing bowl is cleaned, the water discharging device 16 can be grasped and pulled out from the support tube 22 for use. Even when the water discharging device 16 is attached to the support tube 22, water can be discharged. In addition, during normal use such as hand washing or washing, the support tube 22 can be used even when it is rotated and stored. Water adhering to the shower hose 17 during use hangs down from the drainage hole 220 provided in the lower part of the support pipe 22 into the wash basin 12 or is introduced into the water receiving tray 14 and accumulates. As shown in FIG. 1, the accumulated water passes through a drain port of the water receiving tray 14 and accumulates in a drain hose 21.
[0031]
Finally, a procedure for installing the vanity stand will be briefly described with reference to FIG. First, the mixing faucet 18 and the support pipe 22 are attached to the panel 13 formed integrally with the water receiving tray 14, and the water pipe 19 and the hot water pipe 20 are attached to the main body of the mixing faucet 18. Subsequently, one end of the shower hose 17 is connected to the main body of the mixing faucet 18, and the other end is connected to the support pipe 22 to be connected to the water discharging device 16. One end of the tension spring 144 is connected to the hose guide 26 inserted through the shower hose 17, and the other end is connected to a locking portion provided on the lower surface of the water receiving tray 14 installed on the back surface of the panel 14.
[0032]
The above assembled product is mounted on the mounting surface of the sink 10 as a panel unit. In this case, the recess of the panel 13 is fitted into the back guard of the basin 12 and the panel 13 is fixed to the wall surface with screws. If there is a mirror cabinet 15, a mirror cabinet may be installed on this panel and fixed to the wall with screws. Subsequently, the lower ends of the water pipe 19 and the hot water pipe 20 are connected to water stopcocks 81 and 82 installed on the building side, respectively. Then, if the drain trap 83 connected to the wash bowl 12 is connected to the drain pipe of the building, the work of installing the vanity is finished.
[0033]
【The invention's effect】
In the first invention, a faucet main body from which a water discharging device connected via a shower hose can be freely pulled out is attached to the panel, and the faucet is provided on the back side of the panel. A water receiving tray that houses the shower hose communicated from the main body and has a substantially square pillar shape and an open upper surface for receiving water transmitted from the shower hose is provided integrally with the panel on the back surface of the panel. Provide a vanity table.
According to the present invention, since the water receiving tray is installed on the back surface of the panel, and the drain hose connected to the water receiving tray only hangs down into the wash basin, there is a sufficient storage space in the wash basin. Can be secured. In addition, since the water receiving tray is integrated with the panel to which the faucet is attached, it is not necessary to separately install a water receiving tray when installing the vanity stand, and the installation can be easily performed.
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the elastic body connected to the annular locking member that can freely move around the outer periphery through the shower hose is connected to the lower surface in the water receiving tray. A toilet vanity table provided with a shower hose storage assisting device for assisting storage of the shower hose in the water receiving tray.
ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, even if all shower hoses are pulled out, a shower hose can be easily accommodated in a water receiving tray again, without providing a separate part, such as a stopper, in a shower hose, and drawing out a shower hose. Further, a faucet for a shower hose that can be pulled out is provided on the panel, so that the shower hose can be easily stored in the water receiving tray even when the storage path of the shower hose is curved. In addition, even when all the shower hoses are pulled out, the extra length of the U-shape that can be formed below the faucet mounting surface can be eliminated, so that the material cost of the shower hose can be reduced, and in cold regions. Even when used, there is no need to install a drain plug in this part. Therefore, since it is not necessary to specially prepare products exclusively for cold regions, product management costs can be reduced.
In the third invention, a drain port for draining water accumulated in the water receiving tray according to claim 1 or 2 is provided on a lower surface portion of the water receiving tray, and an opening / closing device is provided at one end. And a drainage hose connected to the drain port.
ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the water receiving tray can be set compactly in a panel, and the water collected in the water receiving tray can be drained without reducing the storage space in a wash basin. In addition, since the length of the drain hose can be set freely, if the drain hose is set long enough to reach the vicinity of the open / close door on the front of the wash basin, drain work that handles the open / close device at the end of the drain hose can be easily performed. it can.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view of a sink, a panel, and a mirror cabinet of a vanity according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a front view of a panel of the vanity shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a rear view of the panel of the vanity shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 4 is a rear view of the panel in FIG. 3 when the shower hose is drawn out to the maximum.
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of a support tube portion of the panel shown in FIG.
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view when the shower hose is fully drawn out in FIG.
FIG. 7 is a sectional view of a mixing faucet part of the panel shown in FIG. 2;
FIG. 8 is a front view of the vanity stand shown in FIG. 1;
9 is a side view of a sink, a panel, and a part of a mirror cabinet of the vanity shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 10 shows a panel front view which is an embodiment of the prior art.
[Explanation of symbols]
1: vanity table 10: vanity table 11: cabinet 12: vanity bowl 13: panel 14: water receiving tray 15: mirror cabinet 16: water discharging tool 17: shower hose 18: mixing faucet 19: water supply pipe 20: hot water supply pipe 21 : Drain hose 21a: Drain hose 22: Support tube 23: Separate part 24: Packing 25: Screw 26: Hose guide 27: Cover 28: Binding band 81: Water stopcock 82: Water stopcock 83: Drain trap 91: Stopper 92 : Shower hose 100: Opening 111: Opening and closing door 121: Back guard 132: Vertical surface 133: Upper surface 133 a: Boss 134: Back guard 135: Screw hole 141: Opening 142: Shower hose storage auxiliary device 143: Lower surface of tray 144: Pull spring 211: Hose clip 212: Drain plug 220: Drain hole

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  1. In a panel installed above the wash bowl, a faucet main body capable of freely pulling out a spout connected via a shower hose is attached to the panel, and the faucet body communicated with the back side of the panel from the faucet main body. A vanity stand comprising a water receiving tray which houses a shower hose and has a substantially square pillar shape and an open upper surface for receiving water transmitted from the shower hose, and which is provided integrally with the panel on the back surface of the panel.
  2. 2. The shower according to claim 1, wherein an elastic body connected to an annular stopper that can freely move around the outer periphery through the shower hose is connected to a lower surface in the water receiving tray. A bathroom vanity comprising a shower hose storage assisting device provided in the water receiving tray for assisting storage of a hose in the water receiving tray.
  3. A drain port for draining water collected in the water receiving tray according to claim 1 or 2 is provided on a lower surface portion of the water receiving tray, and a drain hose provided with an opening and closing device at one end is provided with the water drain. A vanity stand connected to the outlet.
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JP2008055113A (en) * 2006-08-03 2008-03-13 Takara Standard Co Ltd Back panel and mounting structure of washing stand and spouting instrument using the same
JP2008125645A (en) * 2006-11-17 2008-06-05 Toto Ltd Washbasin cabinet
JP2008125634A (en) * 2006-11-17 2008-06-05 Toto Ltd Bathroom cabinet
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JP2008055113A (en) * 2006-08-03 2008-03-13 Takara Standard Co Ltd Back panel and mounting structure of washing stand and spouting instrument using the same
JP2008125645A (en) * 2006-11-17 2008-06-05 Toto Ltd Washbasin cabinet
JP2008125634A (en) * 2006-11-17 2008-06-05 Toto Ltd Bathroom cabinet
JP4692935B2 (en) * 2006-11-17 2011-06-01 Toto株式会社 Bathroom vanity
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