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.
These are envelopes and mini envelopes with stylish and unique designs for presenting gifts of money. The motif shows FUJISAN, considered an auspicious symbol of fortune, rendered in decorative paper string. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
This collaboration product was created by artist Nobumasa Takahashi and glove seller Fukusin. It was born from the "Artist-in-Factory" plan of the Shikoku Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) and the Shikoku Saiko University Manufacturing Department (Shikoku Branch of the Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation). A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
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.
Coin case (blue Fuji, red Fuji) Split toe socks (blue Fuji, red Fuji)FUJISAN patch (set of 2)(red Fuji, blue Fuji)
This "Kyo-To-To" (Kyoto to Tokyo and the World) brand of embroidery is sold by the government of Tokyo and was created by an embroidery workshop in Kyoto that was searching for the potential of embroidery and a new means of preserving traditional culture. A portion of the sales from each product will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
FUJIWAN bowl / FUJICHOCO sake cup FUJIKIRIKO faceted glass (blue Fuji, red Fuji)
These are a hasamiyaki style rice bowl and sake cup in the shape of FUJISAN, and a beautiful sake cup showing FUJISAN in faceted glass of the Edo kiriko style. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
These mug cups feature an atmosphere that is at once both new and also reminiscent of the tile walls at a public bath. The surface at the tile design parts is uneven, further enhancing the atmosphere. Turn the three cups and align the patterns to complete the wall mosaic. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
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.
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.
The "Peti Peto" are origami animals and other shapes that serve as pocket-sized polyester cleaners for wiping dirt from glasses, LCD screens, or other items. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
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.
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.
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.
This product is a collaboration between Fujiyama Cookie, which bakes high-quality cookies on the shores of Lake Kawaguchi-ko, and Matsuyama Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of high-quality and safe soaps. A portion of the sales 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.
This is a soft gauze stole with tassels. The textile brand is from Kyoto and combines the unique texture and feel of cotton and gauze with bright, unique designs featuring scenes from Japan. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
This new approach to the tenugui hand towels that have been loved by Japanese people since ancient times features a design and colors that fit easily into modern living. It is produced by the specialist tenugui store Kamawanu. The simple straight lines and circle express the sun rising over FUJISAN. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
Yamato Kogyo Co., Ltd.
FUJISAN license plate bolt caps
These license plate bolt caps can be easily installed by anyone. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund. Install these onto your car and enjoy an outing with mini FUJISANs. See the homepage for details.
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.
These teabags use tea grown in Makinohara, Shizuoka Prefecture. The package in the shape of FUJISAN contains triangular teabags in the same shape that are perfect for use at home or as gifts. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.
This FUJISAN broach was created by contemporary jewelry designer Jun Konishi. It is a simple and functional work, with a red plastic ball that expresses the sunrise and also serves as the broach clip. A portion of the sales will be donated to the FUJISAN Fund.