Yamasa Corporation

Yamasa Corporation is a Japanese corporation founded in 1645 whose primary field of business is the manufacturing of soy sauce and various seasonings. It was incorporated in November 1928.[1] With its head office located in Choshi, Chiba, it runs two factories in Chiba (located in Choshi and Narita), and a third located in Salem, Oregon, United States. For a company to survive and prosper, it has to be acknowledged as being worth existing in society. In other words, it has to have the unique ability to differentiate itself from other companies, and provide society with valuable convenience and benefit by optimizing this ability while conducting sound and fair business operations.

http://www.yamasa.com/english/

Kiniki University

Kinki University offers learning for the real world—a focus that puts our research programs at the international forefront of addressing complex food supply, energy, and environmental issues. With vibrant campuses, compelling curricula, and practical field studies, Kinki University shapes caring global citizens who can inspire trust and respect.

Kinki University was founded in 1949 with the merger of Osaka Technical College (an old-system technical college started in 1925) and Osaka Science and Engineering University (established in 1943). Kinki University is now one of western Japan’s largest universities. Currently, the university comprises 13 faculties with 48 departments, 11 graduate schools, a graduate law school, 20 research facilities, two junior colleges, 18 associated primary and secondary schools, and three teaching hospitals.

All of the university’s academic programs are fully accredited by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as well as by the National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation.

http://www.kindai.ac.jp/english/index.html

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