Special times call for exceptional instruments – and never has this been more the case than today, with surgeons’ ever-advancing skills in microsurgery. Technology is constantly developing to enhance the precision of operations performed under the magnification of supermicroscopic lenses, responding to the clinical needs of world-class surgeons. Selecting the optimal solutions from those available is our goal and we want to strengthen our position every day. Together with surgeon teams, reference centres across Europe and the world, biotechnologists and engineers, we verify technologies clinically, constantly striving for improvement in achieving supermicrosurgical precision.


the magnification possible
with Mitaka MM51

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the tip size of EMI forceps

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instruments suitable sutures

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ICG Visual Imaging Systems

ICG Visual Imaging Systems

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The Shokunin way

When microsurgeons are seeking to make breakthroughs that were previously thought impossible, they often have to face technological limitations in the tools they use. Against current economic trends and refusing to accept "quick-fix" solutions, we combine the best Japanese traditions of solid handcrafting with cutting-edge innovations to invoke the spirit of Shokunin and create truly robust technology that allows surgeons to ignore previous limitations and devote themselves to perfecting their intricate procedures. The precision of our products, aligned with these surgeons’ incredible abilities, puts them into a category of their own – the supermicro category.



‘The Japanese apprentice is taught that shokunin means having not only technical skills, but also an attitude and social consciousness. … The shokunin has a social obligation to work his/her best for the general welfare of the people. This obligation is both spiritual and material, in that no matter what it is, the shokunin’s responsibility is to fulfill the requirement.’ – Tasio Odate