Why WOTA exist

WOTA Seeks
Structural Solutions
to the World's Water Crisis

Addressing the water challenges that threaten human life and the future of our planet requires more than endurance or band-aid solutions. WOTA begins by understanding the structural problems with how we use water today in order to realize universal solutions.

WOTA’s Master Plan



WOTA BOX is a portable water reuse plant.
Access water even where there is no water supply.
Safely use water anytime and anywhere,
during disasters or in the wilderness,
by reusing 98% of waste water
from showers, handwashing, and laundry.
Built with WOTA's unique technology,
developed through our intense focus on water.

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WOSH is an entirely new, water reuse hand-wash stand,
which can be set up in places without any water supply system.
All it requires are a power outlet and 20L of water.
Designed with WOTA's core technology,
developed through our intense focus on water.

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03 Project


BB.univ. is a complimentary, open online school
and BCP organized by WOTA.
BB univ. is aiming to solve and update practical issues
of disaster prevention and BCP, and has been delivered
to over 500 local governments in Japan.
This is a medium to long-term curriculum that
provides lectures on disaster prevention and BCP,
from theory to practice, in streaming video format.


  • Company Name


  • CEO

    Yosuke Maeda

  • Location

    1-13-13 Nihonbashi-bakurocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

  • Date of Establishment

    October 24, 2014

  • Capital

    100 million yen (Excluding Legal capital surplus)

  • Business overview

    Development of the small-scale, decentralized water recycling system
    Development of an autonomous control system for water treatment

  • Shareholders

    Board member
    SoftBank Corp.
    Mistletoe Japan, Inc.
    Electric Power Development Co.,Ltd.
    LIFULL Co., Ltd.
    Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.
    Kao Corporation
    Hulic Co., Ltd.
    and others

  • Main Financing Banks

    Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Shinjuku West Exit Branch
    MUFG Bank, Hongo Branch
    Mizuho Bank, Tokyo Chuo Branch
    and others

  • Audit corporation

    Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC

  • Fiscal year end



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