Tokyo's Narita International Airport has taken toilet to a new . There is now "toilet paper" for smartphones in the lavatories. Passengers are encouraged to use the wipes to disinfect their mobile phones. It is the of the Japanese mobile phone giant NTT Docomo. It also paid for the to be put next to the regular toilet paper in 86 at the airport. An NTT YouTube video said toilet seats are usually more than smartphones. It said: "There are more than five times the on a smartphone screen as compared to a toilet seat."
Japan is a world in toilet technology. It has the most high-tech toilets in the world. Many Japanese have toilets that have flushing, warm seats, automated bidets, and lids that automatically rise when you enter the toilet. There is also a that produces loud flushing to hide embarrassing "toilet noises". NTT made a two-minute video for on how to use the smartphone toilet paper . It also shows to use Japan's toilets. NTT said it wanted to make sure, "foreign could enjoy their travel hygienically".