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Grass straw of HAYAMI

~ A little eco-friendly choice that you can do every day ~

Friendly to both the earth and people

It is a completely natural product that is additive-free, pesticide-free, and preservative-free.

Therefore, it is a product that is friendly not only to the earth but also to humans. Furthermore, in addition to UV sterilization, heat sterilization is performed, so

Although it is a product of natural origin, it maintains a high level of safety.

Our products have passed inspections by specialized agencies such as pesticide residue inspections and microbiological inspections, so you can use them with confidence.


Introduced at more than 120 stores nationwide

Eight months after the start of sales, the number of stores introduced grass straws has exceeded 150 stores nationwide.

such as organic cafes and natural cafes all over the country

Unlike biodegradable plastics,

Grass straws look so natural that it directly coveys that your shop cares about environment and trying to address it.


Value beyond straws

After use, it can be used as animal food and compost,

You can build a circular cycle in your life.


Grass straws are more than just a drink-sucking tool.

In addition to reducing the plastic waste,

the spread of grass straws creates new jobs in rural areas of developing countries,


Return to soil after use

Grass straws do not require special composting equipment unlike biodegradable plastics.

It can be returned to the soil only by the power of nature.

It will be disassembled under normal conditions.

Composting kitchen waste and grass straws

will reduce garbage and live a zero-waste life.


Manufacture handicrafts with grass straws

Lepyronia, the raw material for grass straws, is

originally used for the manufacture of knitting.

Therefore, in collaboration with the local rural support NGO VIRI, we have started a project to remanufacture a defective grass straw.

Also, we are making a video of how to

make it in Japanese and English.

We will work for sustainable agricultural development.

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