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HARAKENZO
WORLD PATENT & TRADEMARK


OSAKA
HEAD OFFICE

DAIWA MINAMIMORIMACHI BLDG.,
2-6, 2-CHOME-KITA, TENJINBASHI,
KITA-KU,OSAKA 530-0041 JAPAN
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(Main Number)
FAX:+81-6-6351-5664
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TOKYO
HEAD OFFICE

WORLD TRADE CENTER BLDG. 21 F,
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TOKYO 105-6121,JAPAN
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FAX:+81-3-3433-5281
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HIROSHIMA
OFFICE

NOMURA REAL ESTATE HIROSHIMA BLDG. 4 F, 2-23 TATEMACHI, NAKA-KU, HIROSHIMA CITY, HIROSHIMA 730-0032, JAPAN
TEL:+81-82-545-3680
(Main Number)
FAX:+81-82-243-4130
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In the background of the HARAKENZO trademark is a global map wherein countries/regions are sized according to the number of patents registered there in 1991.

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Plant Registration Consultation
Osaka Head Office : DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL Toshiro KURODA
Osaka Head Office : Patent&Trademark Attorney Yoshiaki HIGE
Tokyo Head Office : DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL Kenjiro FUJITA
Tokyo Head Office : Doctor of Engineering Aiko SATO
Hiroshima Office : DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL Shinji IMANO
Hiroshima Office

: Patent&Trademark Attorney Naoyuki TAKENO
Tokyo TEL
: + 81 - 3 - 3433 - 5810
Osaka TEL
: + 81 - 6 - 6351 - 4384
Tokyo FAX
: + 81 - 3 - 3433 - 5281
Osaka FAX
: + 81 - 6 - 6351 - 5664
E-mail

E-mail

Hiroshima TEL
: + 81 - 82 - 545 - 3680
 
 
Hiroshima FAX
: + 81 - 82 - 243 - 4130
 
 
E-mail

 

Plant Registration Consultation : Introduction of Contents

 
Summary of Plant Variety Protection system (Japan) Summary of Plant Variety Protection system (Foreign Countries)
Summary of operations in the National Center for Seeds and Seedlings (Germany) Staff
 

Greeting

Compliments
Since new plant variety and breeder’s right has become clearly stated in the Intellectual Property Base Act, amendments have been made in the Seeds and Seedlings Law and also significant changes have been made to the policies of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. The situation is such that plant variety guardians are allocated in the Incorporated Administrative Corporation National Center for Seeds and Seedlings.

The number of applications for variety protection have shown an increase as below, and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan are aiming for the number of 2,000 applications yearly by the year 2010.


In addition, they are also aiming for the shortening of average examination period, down to 2 and a half years by the year 2008.


I would like to introduce the Plant Variety Protection system with cooperation of our support station and patent engineers. We hope this would help your understanding towards the Plant Variety Protection system.


Deputy Director General : Toshiro KURODA
Attorney In Charge : Yoshiaki HIGE
Deputy Director General : Kenjiro FUJITA
Doctor of Engineering : Aiko SATO
Deputy Director General : Shinji IMANO
Attorney In Charge : Naoyuki TAKENO



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