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Latest update： 24/08/2022 12:18:09
Enjoy the life with Ozeki
With sake such as One Cup and Shin Tamba as our core products, our company is engaged in the development of processed foods, cosmetics, and other products that make use of fermentation technology. In addition to R&D related to sake and brewing in general, our research institute conducts R&D focusing on the health and beauty functions of fermented foods, as well as bioscience research, which originates from knowledge of microorganisms.
Our company's research institute was established in 1980 for the purpose of establishing a technological foundation for expanding our business domain as well as for R&D related to sake and brewing in general. Since then, based on fields such as microbiology, biochemistry, and bioengineering, we have been developing new technologies to improve product quality and create new products through the science of sake brewing technology, which used to rely on experience and intuition. In addition, we are engaged in R&D focusing on the health and beauty functions of fermented foods, while expanding our research and business areas into the field of bioscience, which originates from knowledge of microorganisms. Moreover, we have built a broad network, including numerous joint research projects with universities and public research institutions as well as with companies in other industries. We are also tackling initiatives to create new technologies through open innovation.
We develop and sell food and cosmetics ingredients and research reagents. Cosmetics materials α-EG skin-beautifying component of sake J-Premier Extract 31 Food materials ProFiber® Sake lees seasoning Research reagents Yatalase, Westase, Labiase
We provide contracted protein expression services using our proprietary technology. Contracted protein expression based on genetically engineered silkworms Contracted protein expression based on yeast Cell-free protein synthesis services