Plastics that are mass produced and consumed in large quantities are disposed of in landfills and the sea, decomposed into dangerous microplastics, and ingested by sea creatures.
The product is mainly made from paper, which is a renewable resource, and has obtained FSC certification, which enables responsible procurement in order to contribute to global forest conservation. We wrap Japanese water in recyclable paper packaging.
WATER SUSTAINABILITY. We protect the circulation of water and the ecosystem, which are all precious sources, and enrich our society.
The FSC certification is approved by the Forest Stewardship Council, an international organization. This is a system that certifies that the timber, which is the raw material for paper, is produced in a way that is economically sustainable, in consideration of the environmental protection of the forest, and not to the benefit of the local community.
- 56% less plastic
40% less risk of global warming
※ comparison with PET of the same capacity
- Less impact on climate change
than bio plastic and aluminum
※ by LCA assessment
- Renewable resources
- Donate 1 yen per one bottle to the environmental protection
- Ensure responsible sourcing
throughout the supply chain
- Experience of a participatory recycling society
- Medium hard water 190mg/L
- Rich in calcium and magnesium that flows down from the volcanoes of Saga
- Clear outline taste
- Free shipping recycling collection BOX
※ Please contact us for companies.
※ New recycle box will be released in the autumn 2022.
- 100% recycling from paper to paper
- Participation in a recycling society
- 330mL compact size
- Cap can be opened with half
the power of a plastic bottle
- Plant-derived cap (sugar cane)
※ Changed from production in 2022.
-  CLIMATE ACTION
-  LIFE BELOW WATER
-  RESPONSIBLE
CONSUMPATION AND PRODUCTION
-  PARTNERSHIP
As we have been doing business with water sources, we want to pass on nature to the future in the right way. The design is inspired by Pegasus, reflecting the philosophy of the town of Havarey, where the first water source is located.