Connecting the life of a deer to the life of a pet
We appreciate the life of Ezo deer and started to propose a sustainable life with pets.
Eating deliciously is the greatest gratitude for life
From one life to the next life
Appreciate and appreciate the preciousness of life
Considering nutritious and high-quality food and valuing the life of pets
We value such thoughts.
Under our consistent management system, we only accept orders from trusted first-class contracted hunters.
1. A deer killed in one shot in the head or neck
2. A deer that was exsanguinated (without abdominal dissection) immediately after it was killed.
3. Delivery before onset of rigor mortis (within approximately 2 hours, rigor mortis confirmed upon arrival)
We carefully select only deer that have clearly defined this condition, and select only meat with high freshness.
Killing the head or neck with one shot is called a clean kill.
Clean kill is not possible without advanced technology and knowledge.
Why stick to clean kill?
Deer that have been killed using methods other than clean kills will become violent, overheated, and the quality of their meat will drop.
There is a huge difference in taste.
and more than anything,
You can minimize the pain to the ezo deer and get your life.
Abdominal laparotomy in the mountains is prone to bacteria adhering and breeding due to unsanitary blades and wild places. Bacteria that can't be cold treated on site and produce toxins during transportation accelerate meat spoilage. This is said to be the "smell" of gibier.
Our sika deer are bled promptly, transported within two hours, carefully processed, and stored in aging warehouses.
Because it is fresh and "clean meat" , it can withstand long-term aging .
Deer can feed on more than 1000 kinds of plants, and their reproductive rate is very high.
Furthermore, since the natural enemy, the wolf, disappeared, the number increased rapidly.
The number is increasing enough to confirm the damage, such as forestry damage and ecosystem destruction.
Therefore, it is exterminated, but more than 90% of the exterminated deer are thrown away.
Don't waste the deer's life, appreciate it, and connect it to the pet's life.
We will cherish our efforts for a sustainable pet life that will lead to the future.