About Bakture

About Bakture

BAKTURE = Back to the Nature


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About Bakture


The name "Bakture (BAKTURE)" is a coined term derived from the abbreviation of "Back to the Nature." True to its name, it represents a world-first new technology that harnesses the great power of microorganisms to restore nature to its original state. "Bakture" dramatically activates the power of microorganisms inherent in the natural world, with its efficacy extending to a wide range of areas including water quality improvement, soil enhancement, and odor control. This technology is about returning to "the original beauty of nature (Back to the Nature)" while simultaneously ensuring "the prosperous living and development of people." We are committed to using "Bakture" as our key technology to make the Earth's environment sustainable for the future.

Component Analysis and Safety Testing

The overview of Bakture is as follows

Earth, where we live, is home to a vast variety of invisible microbes that maintain a clean environment. Bakture works by coming into contact with these environmental microbes, rapidly activating their decomposition capabilities. Bakture itself does not contain microbes; it acts as a catalyst, a kind of activating agent for the microbes in the environment. Utilizing Bakture can solve various environmental problems, including water and soil pollution.


The uses of Bakture are as follows

  • Water purification: for rivers, lakes, ponds, scenic areas, dams, and marine areas.
  • Soil improvement: in organic and natural agriculture, composting, soil creation, and contaminated soil remediation.
  • Odor control: in pit toilets and septic tanks, polluted rivers, and livestock farms (pig, cattle, poultry).


Bakture's water purification technology is registered in the environmental technology database of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

Environmental Improvement Mechanisms

Microbial decomposition

The mechanism for environmental improvement through Bakture focuses on microbial decomposition. It's based on the concept of maximizing nature's inherent power to return to its original beautiful state (Back to The Nature). Imagine a clear stream in a remote mountain area: the water is pure, the soil is fertile, plants are robust, and the air is clean. This natural cycle, powered by microbial decomposition, maintains a clean and abundant environment.


However, if this cycle is disrupted or overloaded, decomposition cannot keep up with pollution, leading to water and soil contamination, odor issues, and various negative impacts on other life forms and human health and well-being.

Once environmental problems arise, it takes years to restore the natural cycle, assuming no further pollutants are added.


We can't wait for years. We desire visible improvement in a short period. Moreover, we want a solution that is low-cost, easy to implement, and has long-lasting effects.

Bakture is the answer to your needs.

By introducing Bakture, it activates the microbes that initiate nature's purification cycle. This activation leads to the rapid breakdown of excessive organic substances and pollutants in the environment. Additionally, the revival of this purification cycle ensures long-lasting effects, negating the need for special maintenance. This aligns with the desire for a quick, cost-effective, simple, and sustainable solution to environmental issues.


Applied Technology Research


The essence of Bakture lies in "rapidly activating the function of microbes upon contact with them in the environment." Bakture itself does not contain microbes; it acts as a catalyst to activate useful microbes in the environment. Leveraging this characteristic, the potential for various applied technologies is explored, not just limited to environmental problem-solving. Research and development are ongoing in collaboration with external organizations.

[Report on Water Purification with Bakture] by Professor Katsumi Yoneyama, Faculty of Agriculture, Meiji University.


Regarding Safety

Bakture is primarily made from porous volcanic gravel and doesn't contain substances that don't exist in nature. It's proven safe for the environment, animals, plants, and humans.

Q: How does Bakture differ from other environmental improvement products using beneficial microbes?

A: Most products use microbes to decompose pollutants. In contrast, Bakture acts solely as a catalyst for activating microbes, without containing any microbes itself. It's like a cheerleader that energizes local microbes, ensuring stable effects without the risk of promoting eutrophication or negatively impacting local ecosystems, unlike products that introduce external microbes which might not adapt well to the local environment or could even exacerbate water pollution.

Product Feature Differences

    • Function
    • Decomposition of harmful substances
    • Bakture

    • Function

      An inorganic substance, does not contain microbes but activates existing ones to decompose dirt. The microbial purification cycle is revived, ensuring long-lasting effects without special maintenance.

    • Decomposition of harmful substances

    • Microbial Material

    • Function

      Contains specific microbes. Can have dramatic short-term effects if microbes work well, but may not function adequately if they don't adapt to the site. Organic substances in the product may worsen water pollution by promoting eutrophication.

    • Decomposition of harmful substances

    • Coagulants

    • Function

      Chemicals used to aggregate and settle dirt in water. They are effective immediately but require regular reapplication for water quality maintenance.

    • Decomposition of harmful substances

    • Adsorbents

    • Function

      Porous materials that adsorb dirt from water. Require regular replacement as they can't adsorb indefinitely.

    • Decomposition of harmful substances


Safety Test: Results of the Impact of Bakture on Genji Firefly Larvae