What is Hahaso = 柞?
Since ancient times, the Japanese have used broad-leaved forests such as oak and oak for firewood and charcoal. A sprout called Hikobae appears on the stump of a tree that was cut in the fall, and it can be cut again after a few years.
People have repeatedly called the forest that brings the blessings of nature a hahaso and have been able to protect it carefully.
Noto hahaso is a charcoal craftsman who planted trees in Noto's satoyama and baked them by hand in the olden days.
Notohahaso Co., Ltd. [Ohno Charcoal Factory] is a brand of charcoal products.
Through living with charcoal, we will propose a lifestyle that is sustainable.
Choichiro Ohno, CEO of Notohahaso Co., Ltd.