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Companies sponsoring the FUJISAN Fund

Many different companies, many different kinds of support

Thanks to the kind support of our corporate sponsors, we succeeded in adding FUJISAN to the list of World Heritage Sites.
Here we will introduce the activities of these sponsor companies which contribute to the FUJISAN Fund.

Shizuoka-chaen Co., Ltd.

Shizuoka-chaen Co., Ltd. - Fujinokuni Fukamushicha (deep-steamed green tea)
This richly flavorful green tea was grown in Shizuoka Prefecture among the foothills of FUJISAN. It can be bought at shops operated by Shizuoka-chaen, on the Shizuoka-chaen homepage, and at gift shops in the prefecture. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
Shizuoka-chaen homepage

Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten Co., Ltd.

FUJISAN ball-and-cup game FUJISAN umbrella FUJISAN dharma doll
Japan No. 1 traditional card game FUJISAN party cracker
FUJISAN tea cloth
FUJISAN apron (adults/kids)
Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten is a well-known business that was founded in Nara in 1716. Since the beginning, it has continued to sell hand-made threads and hand-woven hemp fabric. In recent years, it has begun operating shops across Japan under its direct management, with the vision of "Revitalizing Japanese industrial arts!" A portion of the sales from each product will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.

Marukyu Bussan Co., Ltd. / K-Mix Corporation

Fuji-uta milk and chocolate shortbread cookies
These adorable shortbread cookies are in the shape of FUJISAN. The photo on the box was taken by Yukio Oyama, the preeminent FUJISAN photographer. They make a delicious gift and a portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund. For details, see the Marukyu Bussan homepage.
Marukyu Bussan homepage

Sugahara Glassworks Inc.

FUJISAN beer glass
This product was awarded the Judge's Special Prize from Manabu Mizuno at the Tokyo Midtown Award 2008. Pour different beverages into the glass to create a wide range of FUJISAN expressions. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.

goodbymarket

「Fusen - Fuji 」「case 3776」
「Origami Fuji」「Towel Fuji」 「Pick Fuji」「Handkerchie-Fuji 」
「Mt.envelope Mt.envelope Pochi」
「Fuji T / Fuji T-DRY / Fuji T-kids」
Based in Shizuoka, the "goodbymarket" is run by designer Tomohiro Ikegaya and produces communication tools with FUJISAN World Heritage motifs that fill the gaps between persons with a soft warmth. A portion of the sales from each product will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.

Fujisey Co., Ltd.

FujiSun + Zebra set of 3 collaborative ballpoint pens
FujiSun carabiner (blue/pink)
FujiSun snow globe
FujiSun charm netsuke
Headquartered in Yamanashi Prefecture, Fujisey has established a management philosophy which is "delivering memories and dreams to everyone". A portion of the sales from each product will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.

Shizuokaken Riyo Kumiai Numadushibu

Fujiyama Cut
This is another name for the "fauxhawk" hairstyle. It is being proposed as the name for this hairstyle to be used in Japan, country of the FUJISAN World Heritage Site. Volunteer hairstylists in Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture will donate a portion of the haircut proceeds to the FUJISAN Fund.

Yonekyu Corporation

GOTEMBA KOGEN ARABIKI PORK
This ground pork sausage brings the best out of the tastes and flavors. It is made with “SHIMA NO IKISIO” salt which gives it a smooth taste. Enjoy the crispiness and good texture which spreads in your mouth.
Yonekyu homepage

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