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Site Policy

This website is operated by Maruo Calcium Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the 'Company') and/or its proxy. Before using this website, please read the following terms of use and take advantage of the website only after you have consented to these terms.
The Company may change the terms of use of this website at any time, and any such changes shall be applicable immediately.

Copyrights and Trademark Rights

The copyrights in respect of all texts, photos, videos, sounds, and other materials contained in this website (hereinafter referred to as the 'Contents') shall belong to the Company. Unless otherwise authorized by the Copyright Act of Japan, such copyrighted materials may not be used (copied, distributed, transferred, transmitted, or adapted) without permission. The Company does not permit to its customers the use of copyrights, patent rights, trademark rights, or other intellectual property rights related to the Contents.


The content of third-party websites that are linked to/from this website are managed under the responsibility of such websites, and are not under the Company’s responsibility or management.
Links to this website from other sites do not indicate that the Company recommends the use of such websites or the products, services, companies, etc. that are shown or referenced thereon.
The Company does not provide any guarantee or assume any responsibility for any websites linked to the Company’s website or their content.

Recommended Environment

To view this website, the Company recommends the use of Internet Explorer 7 or higher. Browsers older than the recommended version may inhibit the ease of viewing this website. Please note that even in the recommended browsing environment, some content may not be displayed properly due to individual browser settings.


The following acts are prohibited when using this website.

  • To infringe upon or threaten to infringe upon the properties, privacy, etc. of third parties or the Company
  • To libel, defame, threaten, or harm the trustworthiness and/or dignity of third parties or the Company
  • To violate relevant laws or legally binding regulations by using or providing computer viruses or other harmful programs
  • To engage in any act that is or threatens to be deleterious to public order or morality
  • To engage in any act that the Company deems inappropriate