Japan Soap and Detergent Association Japan Soap and Detergent Association

Contact MENU

JSDA Profile
About JSDA

Overview

JSDA consists of manufacturers of soap and detergent as well as oil and fat.

Mission

To form a fair industry opinion on topics required for the healthy development of the fat-derived chemicals industry and detergent industry, strive for its realization, and in doing so contribute to increased stability of people's lives.

Founded

1950, Tokyo

Members

21 member companies and 47 associate companies. Member companies cover more than 90% of market share in cleaning products in Japan.

Members logo

Organization

JSDA is organized as three category committees on detergents, soaps and oils and fats and eight standing committees. (See attached chart)

Organization image

Role of JSDA

  • Support sustainable industrial activities related to fat-derived chemicals, soaps, and detergents
  • Form a fair industry opinion and submit it as needed
  • Strive to improve the lives of consumers and provide accurate and appropriate information
  • Share Japanese information, technology, and labeling overseas and improve hygiene, environment, and safety

Products

  • Finished cleaning products for consumers
    • Laundry detergent and soap, hard surface cleaners, hand/body soap
  • Fatty acid and glycerin