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Our Story in Numbers

Our Story in Numbers

Our Story in Numbers   3,200,000 households use our products. (Data from Oct. 2018) Thanks to all of you, our products continue to reach more people nationwide. 76,400 customers we have met face-to-face. (Data from Oct. 2018)  In order to lean in and listen to our customers’ feedback and respond to their concerns, we host events where our employees and customers can interact face to face. 506 Monde Selection Awards 15 years in a row. (Data from Oct. 2018) Since 2004, we have participated in Monde Selection every year and are honored to have received awards for every single product entered into the competition. 147 product improvements including 17 power-ups to BLUEBERRY-EYE (Data from Oct. 2018)  Our...

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How We Make BLUEBERRY-EYE: The Bilberry’s Journey from Finland to Japan

How We Make BLUEBERRY-EYE: The Bilberry’s Journey from Finland to Japan

BLUEBERRY-EYE is literally the product that started WAKASA SEIKATSU. As the first product we created, it is still our flagship product. It’s central ingredient is blueberries which are a rich source of anthocyanin, an important supplement for eye health. The blueberries we use come from Nordic countries, mainly Finland. Nordic wild blueberries are called bilberries, and they grow naturally in the vast forests of Finland and the other Nordic countries. Since we only produce supplements that we ourselves would take every day, we carefully select the best ingredients available. In our opinion, which is supported by our research, bilberries are...

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Ty Morse
A Message from the Company President

A Message from the Company President

When I was a child, I was in and out of the hospital because of a brain tumor. At the age of 18, I underwent a serious operation that took 17 hours. I survived the operation, but lost more than half of my sight because the part of my brain controlling sight was damaged in the procedure. At the time, I was attending university as a scholarship student, but had to give up on school because of my disability. So, I started working at a health food company. I had only one dream: no matter how long it took or how...

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