Steward Leadership 25
First Japanese company to
receive the award
That is why we are
pursue the potential of water and add value
where people and nature coexist and prosper together.
and nature can coexist and prosper together.
We pursue unique cleaning methods that do not use chemicals and are gentle not only to clothing, but also to people and the environment. In particular, we focus on cleaning special costumes with many ornaments, fashionable clothing, kimonos, leather goods, and other garments that are difficult to clean with ordinary cleaning methods. We guarantee high quality cleaning while minimizing the burden on the fabric.
We want children to enjoy eating vegetables down to the skin. Veggie Safe" was created with this in mind. All you have to do is spray it on the food and rinse it with water. The original flavor of the vegetable is enhanced and the entire skin is delicious. It can also be used for meat, seafood, and rice.
With the activity of eating vegetables with their skins
STEWARD LEADERSHIP 25 Japan's first
This is a system for semi-permanently storing kimonos and other cultural assets that should be preserved for future generations in special cases that maintain an oxygen-free, aseptic condition, in "optimal" conditions.
Under the supervision of the Bunka Gakuen Clothing Museum, we handle a variety of cultural assets, including cultural properties dedicated to the Housetsuji Temple in Fukui Prefecture, military uniforms stored at the Nogi Shrine in Kyoto, and dresses from the Meiji era. We also use this technology to store precious kimonos and furs that lie in ordinary households, along with the memories of the people who use them.
landlink contributes to the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We have developed a stain remover that can wash without detergents or other synthetic surfactants, and we have brought out the further potential of water by improving the electronic structure of water.
Through VegSafe, we provide opportunities for each child to think about future food for themselves by communicating the actual production conditions of Japanese crops and the need for pesticides.
In support of the "Nutrition Marugoto Project," a project to eat vegetables whole, even their skins, VegeSafe is introduced as an item for eating vegetables with their skins.
From washing clothes cultivated in CHAMPION to washing vegetables in VegSafe. This know-how was then developed into washing farmland.
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