SAVE the BLUE ProjectSAVE the BLUE Project

SAVE the BLUE ProjectSAVE the BLUE Project

Introduction of SAVE the BLUE

As you become more beautiful, so too does the world.

An environmental protection activity,
"KOSE SAVE the BLUE", to protect our blue planet. Thanks to the understanding and deep love of everyone involved,  the SEKKISEI SAVE the BLUE project has managed to expand the project to other Asian nations and regions. In Japan, we are helping to cultivate corals, and since the start in 2009, we have achieved to expand the coral reef forest to a sum total surface area of approximately 50,578,685 cm2 (approximately 13.4 times the size of a 25 meter regulation-size pool). To pass on the beautiful blue earth to the next generation, "KOSE SAVE the BLUE" will continue its activities this year.

2015 Limited Product & Activities

Singapore

Singapore

Malaysia

STB activities of your country

薬用 雪肌精

限定品

SEKKISEI
(Super Big Bottle)
500mL RM331.70

Photos of past activities

Worldwide SAVE the BLUE

China

China

China

We are donating part of the sales of special SEKKISEI bottles eligible for the KOSE SAVE the BLUE campaign to NPO-GreenLife (founded in 2003). In particular, we are supporting their project of purchasing and planting seedlings in Inner Mongolia for the greening of the desert. Out of customers who purchase the SEKKISEI special bottle, a few will be selected by lot to go and actually plant the seedlings themselves.

Taiwan

Taiwan

Taiwan

We are supporting the Kenting National Park Headquarters in their efforts to clean up the ocean. In addition, we are supporting the National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium's efforts to grow more coral reefs.

HongKong

HongKong

HongKong

We are donating to WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Hong Kong, an environmental conservation group that is involved in ocean conservation activities.

Thailand

Thailand

Thailand

We will support the government's Departmentof Marine & Coastal Resources to help protect and restore the ocean. The Department conducts a wide range of ocean conservation activities, including water and coral rearing surveys, as well as the cultivation and aqua farming of corals.

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore's donation will go towards National Parks Board and sponsor the programme of Marine Water Quality Monitoring by Singapore students.

Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia

The world's largest coral conservation NGO, Reef Check, was founded in 1996. Reef Check Malaysia was established in 2007. Since then, they have been actively conducting ocean surveys and coral cultivation activities. We are supporting their activities through donation.