The cranes in our logo symbolize the transition to a healthy and happy life.
Matcha and green tea, to keep your body healthy and young.
In Japan, the crane is considered to bring good luck, a symbol for a long, healthy and happy life.
Sadako Sasaki was 2 years old when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on 08/6/1945.
Exposure to the bomb's radiation caused Sadako to develop leukemia 10 years later.
When Sadako died at age 12 she had folded 644 cranes, classmates folded the remaining 356 cranes so that 1000 cranes could be buried with her.
If one folds 1000 origami cranes according to Japanese tradition, his wish will come true
Crane as a symbol of hope and peace.
Every year on August 6 'Peace Day', thousands of paper cranes are laid down
at the memorial in the Hiroshima Peace Park.