Because we handle wood for the production of Buddhist altars,
we engage in activities such as reforestation for the care of the natural world.
On the theme of creating the future that we wish to live in,
we make contributions to the development of sustainable civilization on Earth and a green economy.
A team mainly consisting of our young employees plants oak trees on Mt. Ashio. Mt. Ashio is a location that holds particular significance in consideration of environmental history. Although our efforts represent just a small step forward, we are pleased to contribute to the beautification of the environment.
Two members of our staff have passed the Certification Test for Environmental Specialists (Eco Test). We make efforts to contribute to environmental causes such as improving our awareness and knowledge of environmental issues and implementing better methods of developing, distributing, and marketing Buddhist altar products for Soka Gakkai.
What is the Eco Test: A system that certifies people who have a broad knowledge of the environment issues and take the lead in society to tackle environmental problems. They support the idea of a 'sustainable society' that balances the environment and the economy.(=Certification Test for Environmental Specialists)
The “Green Site License” provided by RAUL, Inc., is a service that mitigates or offsets the CO2 produced by the operation of a website through the use of CO2 reduction activities. The service performs reforestation activities or engages in green energy generation on behalf of businesses and their employees and promotes IT + Environment in the furtherance of individual environmental activities.
We produce a variety of products with LED lighting such as Crystal Candles, which can be reused again and again as a substitute for wax candles. These products can be switched between two color modes, blue and orange. Additionally, the fluorescent lights used in Buddhist altars can be switched to LED lighting as needed. Promoting +Environment.
As a business handling wood products, we plant trees and contribute annually to environmental conservation to support the Present Tree Project’s five goals:
1) conservation of the ecosystem
2) control of climate change
3) sustenance of water sources
4) prevention of landslides
5) construction of a pleasant environment