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Integriculture Inc.

Integriculture Inc.

Integriculture is a Japanese cellular agriculture company making lab grown foie gras and other clean meat and cellular agriculture products. The company was founded in on October 23, 2015 and is located in Tokyo, Japan.

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Integriculture is a Japanese cellular agriculture company making lab grown foie gras and other clean meat and cellular agriculture products. The company was founded on October 23, 2015 and is located in Tokyo, Japan.  Yuki Hanyu founded Integriculture on October 23, 2015 after co-founding the non-profit cellularcitizen agriculturescience companycommunity Shojinmeat Project, as a way to make commercial cellularcellar agricultural products with what he learned during his time with Shojinmeat Project.

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On MayApril 2527, 2018 Integriculture received ¥300M (~$2.7 million USD) in seed funding from Real Tech Fund, the Japanese government, Beyond Next Ventures, Euglena Co., and Dr. Hiroaki Kitano (CEO of Sony Computer Science Laboratories). 

Timeline

Seed funding round 2

On May 25, 2018 Integriculture received ¥300M (~$2.7 million USD) in seed funding from Real Tech Fund, the Japanese government, and Dr. Hiroaki Kitano (CEO of Sony Computer Science Laboratories). 

Seed funding round 1

On December 28, 2016 Inegriculture closed its first round of seed funding. The seed round was lead by Glocalink, who invested and undisclosed amount of money in Integriculture in exchange for the third-party allotment of new shares. 

Founding of Integriculture

Yuki Hanyu founded Integriculture on October 23, 2016 after co-founding the non-profit cellular agriculture company Shojinmeat, as a way to make commercial cellar agricultural products with what he learned during his time with Shojinmeat. 

Founding of Integriculture

Yuki Hanyu founded Integriculture on October 23, 2015 after co-founding the non-profit citizen science community Shojinmeat Project, as a way to make commercial cellar agricultural products with what he learned during his time with Shojinmeat Project. 

Seed funding round 1

On December 28, 2016 Inegriculture closed its first round of seed funding. The seed round was lead by Glocalink, who invested and undisclosed amount of money in Integriculture in exchange for the third-party allotment of new shares. 

Seed funding round 2

On April 27, 2018 Integriculture received ¥300M (~$2.7 million USD) in seed funding from Real Tech Fund, the Japanese government, and Dr. Hiroaki Kitano (CEO of Sony Computer Science Laboratories).