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(International Hydrogen Standards Association) 

The International Hydrogen Standards Association (IHSA) was established in September 2016. About IHSA

IHSA set forth the definitions and standards to help advance scientific research in the academic and medical communities, provide guidance to governmental agencies and educational institutions, encourage responsibility in the areas of design, sales and marketing for the therapeutic hydrogen industry, and provide protection for the consumer by offering certifications for hydrogen technologies in accordance with established IHSA safety and performance and standards.

JHyPA (Japanese Molecular Hydrogen Promotion Association)

an entity authorised by IHSA to issue certification under IHSA standards and criteria.


Shigeo Ohta

  • President of the Japan Society for Molecular Hydrogen Science and Biology,
  • Honorary President of Japan Mitochondrial Society
  • Juntendo University Graduate School Visiting Professor
  • Professor Emeritus, Nippon Medical School

Board member:

Takashi Asada

  • President of Medical Corporation Association Association
  • Ochanomizu Memory Clinic Director
  • (Former) Chairman of the Japanese Association for the Dementia
  • Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
  • Professor Emeritus, University of Tsukuba

Board member:

Koji Honda

  • Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries activation concept research group representative
  • (Former) Director, Food Distribution Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
  • (Former) Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Board member:

Mizuno Minoru

  • Royal Park Co., Ltd. President and CEO


Nishijima Yoji

  • Medical Corporation Affinity Director


Kikuchi Soldier

  • (Former) Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare


Kotani Ichi

  • Kotani Consultant representative


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One of the things we are taught in science class is that water is comprised of two types of molecules: hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O).

So, we are taught that a water molecule is H2O. Two hydrogen molecules, one oxygen molecule.

As a result of this understanding of water molecules, it makes sense that people would question the validity or effects of hydrogen water. Doesn’t water already have hydrogen molecules in it? Shouldn’t we already be getting the benefits of hydrogen if that were the case?

Yes, there is hydrogen in water. The molecule is bound to the water molecule and functions differently than the freely floating hydrogen molecules in Hydrogen Water. Both molecules exist independently of each other.


Imagine a fish swimming in the ocean. When they breathe water through their gills, they are absorbing the oxygen from the water. They are not pulling oxygen out of the H2O Bond but rather extracting the freely floating oxygen molecules.

Similarly, when we drink hydrogen water, our body does not break the atomic bonds of the water molecules. Our body cannot absorb hydrogen from normal water, but it can absorb the hydrogen molecules that are dissolved in the hydrogen water.

Hydrogen water has so many more benefits to your body compared to filtered water. Read about all the benefits of Hydrogen Water.

Our Certificate

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Patent for Alloy hydrogen gas storage tank  No.5710039

Patent for hydrogen gas concentration measurer and measuring method

Patent for hydrogen gas injection method 

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