The name Kashimori in Japanese means oak tree forest, 樫森.
The official logo of Kashimori.com is the hanko based on the name of the inventor of the Kashimori Water Revitalaser, Dr. Heikki Tammisalo. A hanko is a Japanese stamp made of wood, stone, or horn, engraved with the name of an individual, office, or institution and used instead of a signature in official transactions. While we are a Finnish company and the inventor is a Finnish citizen, Dr. Tammisalo has had frequent contacts to Japan during the process of creating the Kashimori method, that is the basis of water revitalisation, with the help of a laser. We want to honor the 30 years of uphill struggle of Dr. Tammisalo, by using his emblem as the official logo of the Kashimori Water Revitalaser and of the whole website.