Sabinsa Japan has revealed its participation in the 70th anniversary of India-Japan diplomatic relations at the Indian Embassy in Tokyo, celebrating the achievement during Science Week with presentations and seminars on modern innovation within ingredients.
During “Ayurveda Day” on April 26, Yoshiaki Adachi, Sabinsa’s technical staff in Japan, gave a presentation on Sabinsa’s key ingredients inspired by Ayurveda and expanded with modern scientific research, including its Curcumin C3 Complex, Bacopin, Sabroxy, and Saberry, with ingredient samples and various finished products provided. Sabinsa also donated a complete set of books published by Sabinsa founder and chairman, Muhammed Majeed, Ph.D., for the Embassy’s Library.
Majeed said, “We were pleased and honored to be part of the event marking the long relationship between India and Japan. Japan is an important market for Sabinsa, and we greatly esteem our clients and colleagues in the country.”