Deepseawater refers to seawater offshore past the continental shelf that is too deep to be reached by sunlight, characterized in its low-temperature stability, inorganic nutrient richness, and purity.

Deepseawater is receiving attention due to its balance of essential minerals including
calcium and magnesium for use in health drinks and foods, pharmaceutical products, and
other fields.

Kumejima Island Deepsea Water is being drawn from the 612 meter level below the surface of the Pacific Ocean . At this depth the water is very cold, between 6 and 8 C. The 612 meter level is wel l below where surface pollutants can reach. None of the pollutants from industry, farming, chemicals or human waste can taint Deepsea Water.

Kumejima Island is an island, part of the Okinawa Islands and administratively in the Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. It has an area of 59.11 km². It belongs to the Ryukyu Islands (Japanese: Nansei Islands). The main town Kumejima has a population of 8,713.


Address: 500-1 Maja, Kumejima-cho, Shimajiri-gun, Okinawa 901-3104, Japan

Kumejima Deepsea Water Facilities
Compond: 247.00m2
Capacitiy of drawning the deep sea water: 13,0003/day

Main Builing: 2 story
 Floor Space: 548.85m2
 Total Floor Space: 969.20m2
 Study Room is available for providing the visitors with information

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