Glint is engaged in the promotion of diversity management to provide new values in a new era. As a company, we strive to strengthen innovative power to contribute solutions to existing social problems. Thus, we are working strategically to promote trade between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Japan. The two countries have the abilities to mutually build complimentary relations to solve social problems. We will contribute to the realization of an affluent society through various actions between the two countries with local staff and partners.
The Republic of Kazakhstan is a treasure trove for natural honey. The natural resources that provide this are buckwheat flowers, wild roses, sunflowers, camel grass, cotton, and the Ustyurt Plateau. In particular, honey from the Plateau has a superior taste and fragrance because of the geographically advantageous climate, herbal varieties, and mountainous flowers, and has been highly regarded as the best honey in the world since a long time ago. Also, the honey from this region is used not only for its sweet taste, but also as a folk remedy. Buckwheat honey is considered beneficial for anemia and hemoglobin deficiency. Plateau honey is also believed to be helpful for respiratory disease and inflammation due to sore throats, and sweet clover honey is thought to be effective against liver trouble.
There are about 1.5 million horses in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The country is about seven times larger than Japan and horses are grazed in nature. For Kazakhs, known as nomadic horsemen, horses were indispensable to their life. And that culture is still rooted in the peoples' lives in Kazakhstan. There is an oft-heard phrase to hear when we are entertained by the Kazakh people. "For us the horses are indispensable to our lives. We migrated by horses for a long time. We slake our thirst by horse milk. We eat horse meat. Horses are the best partners for Kazakh people.So far I have not encountered a race that admires horses"