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Committed to "deliciousness" and delivering the highest standards of "safety."
Oysters are easily shucked without using a knife! Because unwanted matter is never mixed in the shucking process, oysters are always delivered safe and secure!
Oysters suspended from oyster rafts for more than one year fatten up and the large fully-flavored oysters are harvested in mid-winter.
Raw Materials Incoming Acceptance Inspection
Oysters are inspected by a third party inspection agency registered with the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, and we accept only oysters that meet our voluntary standards.
Bacteria and foreign objects, etc., are removed from oysters using 100% artificial seawater free of norovirus. Oysters are purified and nurtured at a proper seawater temperature to accelerate purification and stabilize quality.
Low Temperature-High Pressure Processing
By low temperature-high pressure processing, the adductor muscle is separated from the shell to enable the oyster to be opened easily. Without being heated, oyster meat is not denatured, leaving the meat almost entirely raw.
Shelled oysters can be easily opened at a depth of tens of thousands of meters.
Conventionally opening oysters required professional skill and experience, but through the development of low temperature-high pressure processing and our proprietary processing method to apply water pressure which is much higher than water pressure applied at the bottom of the Mariana Trench (water depth: 10,000m), the deepest location on earth, we have made it possible to open oysters easily without using a knife.
We are the only private company that has highly established a system to conduct a "norovirus inspection." In addition, we also implement a strict inspection system and quality control such as a "shellfish toxin inspection" and a "bacteria inspection."
Shellfish Toxin Inspection
Ready to Serve
Delicious oysters can be eaten easily by anyone, anywhere, at any time, whether at home or in a restaurant, without the trouble of opening them.