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Every day, SARAYA helps keep millions of hands clean all over the world. Since 1952, our pioneering vision and sense of social responsibility have earned us the respect of businesses, schools, the government and households all over Japan.

Sanitation continues to be a primary focus for SARAYA. Every year, millions of people fall ill needlessly due to unsafe food and lack of sanitation. We strive to make handwashing easier because it is the number one defense against the spread of illness.


With nature as our inspiration, we find new uses for naturally substances to develop unique sanitation and health products.
We are committed to improving health by developing technology, educating the public and protecting the environment. Environmentalism has been our mandate since the beginning, long before "eco-friendly" became a buzzword. We are ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified for quality control and environmental management systems.


By responding to changes in society and encouraging dialogue, we develop value-added products that go beyond the conventional. This customer-oriented approach lets us meet the ever-evolving needs of our clients.
Besides offering a wide range of biodegradable, natural products, we also invest in green technologies, conservation initiatives and waste reduction programs in our operations.
Of course, our largest asset is our dedicated staff. Employing over 1500 people worldwide, SARAYA encourages equity and teamwork in a supportive workplace.

Our company's publications - Hygiene Academy

( Medical News no.14 February 2013 )

Medical Newsletter February 2013

The region of Quebec in Canada has been famously known to host a virulent outbreak of Clostridium Difficile amongst its hospitals that lasted from 2003 through 2005. This outbreak featured a particularly high virulent strain of Clostridium difficile. Clostridium difficile is a very fast spreading germs, which why hygiene measure remain key in preventing large scale outbreaks as Quebec has been facing over the last decade..........Download

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Yusuke Saraya visiting Uganda for the kick off of the Wash a Million Hands Campaign in Uganda. The lives of millions of children could be saved each year from preventable diseases with proper hand washing.

Yusuke Saraya in Borneo, Malaysia. Irresponsible palm plantation expansion has been linked to a drastic decline in elephant populations. Working with the Borneo Conservation Trust, Saraya is working to acquire sanctuary lands along the Kinabatangan River.