Japan boasts a unique cultural fusion, combining modernity with age-old traditions.
Embracing innovation while preserving historical roots, the country's economic evolution in the '80s harmonized technology and efficiency, simplifying lives, though often relying on practical plastics.
While plastics have undeniably enhanced convenience, Japan has undergone a positive shift towards aligning with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Further details about SDGs can be explored at https://www.mofa.go.jp/policy/oda/sdgs/index.html.
Despite this progress, the use of plastic bubble wraps still remains prevalent in packing ceramics in Japan, coupled with the use of traditional newspapers.
At Toka Ceramics, we remain deeply conscious of our environmental impact. Since the beginning of our journey, we've adopted a steadfast commitment to reusing and recycling packaging materials.
When you buy from us, your new ceramics may be wrapped in old Japanese newspapers, showcasing our dedication to sustainability. Additionally, in sourcing materials like kraft honeycomb wrapping paper, biodegradable packing peanuts, or kraft tape, we consistently choose items made from recycled or recyclable materials.
As part of our ongoing efforts, we are actively exploring alternative strategies to further minimize the waste generated at Toka. Our journey toward sustainability is an integral part of our business ethos, and we appreciate your support in making environmentally conscious choices with Toka Ceramics.
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