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"You Don't Say" Companies

This is a program that does in-depth coverage on Chugoku Region enterprises that have a special appeal. It’s filled with material that brings up surprising facts unknown to the viewers, to make them blurt out “You Don’t Say!”.Our Representative Director and President Keiko Fujiwara appeared on this program.Don’t miss our President’s chat with program hosts Norito Yashima and Reiko Aizawa in the TV studio!

(Broadcasted by OHK on September 27, 2015)

Below is part of the introduction to us on the “You Don’t Say!” Companies website.


This edition’s “You Don’t Say!” Company is Fujiwara Techno-Art, which supports the traditional Japanese flavors of soy sauce, miso, shochu and so on with its equipment.This brewing equipment maker has mechanized complex brewing processes single-handed and now boasts the top market share in the country. At the back of its success were its groundbreaking machinery creation that won over obstinate master-brewers and its insistence on “leaving the taste unchanged”.We get up close and personal with the people it employs, and break open the “You Don’t Say” secrets of this company that makes the equipment supporting Japan’s brewing culture behind the scenes!

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◆“You Don’t Say!” Companies

A television program that turns the spotlight on enterprises based in the Chugoku Region that are notable for technology and ideas of all different kinds, informing viewers about the companies’ corporate cultures and products and recounting interesting episodes in those products’ development.



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Fujiwara Techno-Art Co.,Ltd.

Fujiwara Techno-Art is a brewing machinery pioneer enterprise that broke the path to fully automated unmanned koji (rice mold) production for the brewing of soy sauce, miso, sake, shochu and similar. Our technological capability has won high appraisal ever since, to the point where our machines account for a roughly 80% share of the koji production capacity inside Japan.
With the global spread of Japanese food culture, we now export our products to more than 20 countries worldwide. Further, we have utilized our expertise built up in the field of brewing to develop machinery for filtering and powder sterilization. Striking out into the general foodstuff and bio industries, we are blazing trails to the affluent eating of the future with our outstanding plant engineering capabilities.