We are deeply committed to not only preserving our beautiful homeland and providing safe, high quality products to our consumers, but to also educating our families and workers, ensuring that we can continue to produce safe and satisfying organic tea everyday.
In recent years, it's hard to ignore the fact that the world is experiencing a great number of natural disasters and we see the effects of unexpected climate change in our daily lives. Technology is improving more and more, but most progress is made in pursuit of our convenience and comfort.
Instead of sacrificing the Environment for our comfort, I feel that we need to change our direction and strive to create a perfect harmony of coexistence between humanity and nature. This idea is why I started my endeavors toward "no agricultural chemicals or synthetic fertilizer farming (organic farming)" 35 years ago. I remember in the Showa 30's era (mid 1950's) that there were freshwater fish, such as killifish, dark sleeper, goby and so on, abounded in the river I frequented. But during the Showa 60's (mid 1980's) it seemed that I no longer saw any of these fish, as if they had completely vanished. However, about 10 years ago, I started to find fish again in the same river and I felt perhaps our use of eco-friendly agricultural chemicals and fertilizers were having a positive effect on the local ecosystem.
I really hope our efforts have a positive impact, even if only a small one, on keeping our earth healthier though raising the standard of environmentally friendly sustainable farming.
We are committed to not only preserving our beautiful land and providing safe, high quality products to our consumers, but also educating our own families and workers in order that we can continue to produce safe and satisfying organic tea everyday. I truly believe in this and it is my sincere hope that the longevity of our people will continue through the organic health movement.