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May.08.2017
Released a picture book "kigsh".
Mar.08.2017
Introducing our new Interactive Digital Signage contents!
Jun.29.2016
Started offering free rentals "kigsh".
Jun.01,2016
Released a promotional video of "kigsh".

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What? Even the stars of the zoo are on the verge of extinction?

Because we want more people to learn about the over 20,000 endangered species in the world, we created Zetsumetsu kigsh, which are characters that are loaned out to businesses free of charge. It is our hope that using kigsh in a variety of environmental conservation activities will lead to increased interest in endangered species and wildlife conservation activities. The Zetsumetsu kigsh project is a new type of initiative, aiming to support environmental conservation through a cute character.

We loan Zetsumetsu kigsh free of charge to companies involved in environmental conservation activities (including donations, product development, etc.).We loan Zetsumetsu kigsh free of charge to companies involved in environmental conservation activities (including donations, product development, etc.).

With a one-year contract, Zetsumetsu kigsh can be used for a wide variety of projects, from products to contents (games and apps).

Free of charge for 1 year! Vnrestricted to products orcontents! A wealth of combinations with over 80 varieties!

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We plan on adding more Zetsumetsu kigsh characters!

  • Golden Snub-nosed Monkey

    This monkey lives in the forests of China and his most charming feature is his golden fur. Unfortunately many of these monkeys are hunted to make coats out of their fur, and their homes are disappearing.

  • Giant Panda
    Giant Panda

    The giant panda lives in the mountains of China and there are now only 1,850 of them left in the world. Development has pushed them out of their habitats. Note:Sept. 2016, the giant panda has been downgraded from ‘Endangered’ to ‘Vulnerable’ on the global list of species at risk of extinction.

  • Mountain Zebra
    Mountain Zebra

    This zebra lives in the mountains and plains of Africa. However, their numbers have been significantly thinned because people hunt them for their skins and meat. Civil unrest in Africa has also threatened their safety.

  • Takin
    Takin

    The takin lives in the steep rocky places of the Himalayas. Although they look somewhat like cows, they are more closely related to the antelope. Their numbers have dwindled to the point of extinction due to hunting since long ago and deforestation.

  • Golden Poison Frog
    Golden Poison Frog

    This frog lives in the Columbian tropical rain forest. Although it is a mere five centimeters long, it is the most poisonous animal in the world. However, it is in danger of becoming extinct because of destruction of the tropical rainforest due to deforestation and development of farmland

  • Huon Tree Kangaroo
    Huon Tree Kangaroo

    This kangaroo from Papua New Guinea is a skilled tree climber. Its entire life is spent in the trees, even when eating and sleeping. It is in danger of becoming extinct due to deforestation to make way for farmland.

  • Gaur
    Gaur

    This relative of the cow lives in India and Indonesia, and is the largest species of wild cow. Hunted by humans for its horns and having its food stolen for livestock has driven it to the brink of extinction.

  • Polar Bear
    Polar Bear

    The polar bear lives on the ice pack of the North Pole. Their large size and tremendous strength are unrivaled in the North Pole. However, global warming has caused the ice pack to melt, causing the seals they prey on to disappear.

  • Snow Leopard
    Snow Leopard

    Snow leopards live in Central Asia and the Himalayas. Known as an illusive animal, they are hunted for their rare and beautiful furs. Although they are a protected species, they are still hunted by poachers.

  • Fishing Cat
    Fishing Cat

    The fishing cat lives near the water, ranging from Southeast Asia to South Asia.. Despite being a relative of the cat, this animal is excellent at swimming and famous for catching fish. Their numbers have dwindled due to worsening environmental conditions in ponds and swamps.

  • Golden Snub-nosed Monkey
  • Giant Panda
  • Mountain Zebra
  • Takin
  • Golden Poison Frog
  • Huon Tree Kangaroo
  • Gaur
  • Polar Bear
  • Snow Leopard
  • Fishing Cat

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