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Environmental Initiatives: Efforts of SGEC

When it comes to the environment, we fully support the SGEC (Sustainable Green Ecosystem Council) ideology. We obtained official SGEC and CoC accreditation in October 2016 (Certification JAFTA - W167) to demonstrate our commitment to the cause. The SGEC was founded in 2003 and is administered independently of any enterprise. It has established its own standards based on Japans environmental requirements. Forest plant growth circulation and protection zones are just a few examples of what this organization does to ensure that everyone has a green future. We are truly an ideal match for customers to have deals for Dyed Hinoki Wood Veneer, Dyed Wood Veneer, 3D Dyed Cedar Wall Paneling And Flooring Wood Veneer.

News From Nakamura Tsukiita Inc.

  • 2021-06-25: We made cedar hinoki flooring for dyeing, with a panel outside the site.
  • 2020-09-01: We applied for patent for manufacturing method, dyeing process, and dyed wood/dye penetrated wood, etc.
  • 2020-01-28: We created the panel, which is an exclusive page of dyeing flooring.
  • 2017-04-12: Our website was available in English.
  • 2016-11-02: We were COC (Chain of Custody) certified by SGEC.
  • 2016-09-20, 2016-09-06 and 2016-04-05: We updated blogs on our website.
  • 2016-04-01: Field of new business reclamation firm of Fukuoka by the creation of new products authorized our venture.
  • 2016-03-18: Exbition was held for 7 days from March 19th to March 20th at the Chikugo to display major products.
  • On February 23, 2016: We created a page for personal usage of Ali Baba.
  • January 1, 2016 : We renewed our homepage.

History of Okawa: Some Popular Places

Locals refer this this Shinto temple as Ofurousan, which means Heavy Seas and it alludes to a legend that dates back hundreds of years. Many residents congregate here for various municipal festivals as well as to honor the history and culture of the area.

The Hongu Sacred Tree
it is a natural wonder in Fukuoka prefecture, estimated to be around 2000 years old.

Akumoriisoryogan, which means God of the Sea, is a wooden statue. Every year on the evening of February 8th, a carnival is held beside this statue. People hold floats while yelling and chanting throughout this festivity.

The Saga Line of the Japanese National Railways was inaugurated on May 25, 1935 but was abolished on March 27, 1987.

The Chikugo River vertical lift bridge was inaugurated on April 29, 1996. On 30 May 2003 The Chikugo River vertical lift bridge was formally recognized as an important cultural site in the country. It is roughly 507 meters long, and its construction presented numerous problems. The supporting beam was estimated to be 15-18 metres deep, however the Ariake Sea has a large variance between high and low tide, making construction challenging. Ships were given priority over trains when it came to bridge operation; however, the bridge is no longer in service and is now used as a walking bridge during the day. Tourists cross this bridge because it links to a path that was originally a train line but has now been turned into a cherry blossom-lined pathway. During cherry blossom season in March, people can be seen having picnics under the trees.

The vertical lift bridges main structure is composed of steel and stands about 30 meters tall. The bridge's moving frame weighs 48 tonnes, while the two supporting steel towers each weigh 20 tonnes. Even in the face of high winds, it could support a weight of about 8 tonnes.

Display Hall has numerous beloved guitars and mandolins on display, as well as a prize cup.

Masao Koga life in the major composition age and period is identified as a background.

Second Exhibition Room is room with an audio system that is playing a video and the main music that has been requested from a list of 100 pieces.

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