Tap into the future today, with Taqua in-tap filtered water.
Taqua is an innovative Australian-supported product range created and engineered by the Takagi Co. Ltd. – a leading provider of water purification solutions, gardening products and plastic injection and mold manufacturing in Japan. With its HQ in southern Japan, Takagi has a long-standing reputation for producing high-quality products based on precision manufacturing technologies and a customer-centric focus, with a successful history that began in 1961.
Our vision in Australia for now and tomorrow.
As more Australian families and businesses seek out the health benefits and convenience of in-tap filtered water, more people will benefit from enjoying safe, great-tasting filter water, whenever you want it, with Taqua. We’re here to stay and intend to keep on expanding our dealer network and product offerings into the future.
Founded by Toshio Takagi in 1961, a business was formed that concentrated on high-quality plastic blow molding and mold manufacturing in Japan, primarily for the domestic market. From humble beginnings, today the Takagi Group is a major player in water filtration across the world with a vision to provide people with a comfortable and affluent life.
Founded by Toshio Takagi, the company started plastic blow moulding and mould manufacturing
The Takagi Co. Ltd was established in Japan
Launched the industry-first ’built-in filtration sink mixer’.
Takagi Vietnam Co. Ltd was established.
Began exporting water products to Europe.
Won Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Special Award for our Hybrid Purification System.
Won the iF Product Design Award and Red Dot Award (Watering Nozzles). Takagi surpasses 1,000,000 registered households for the “Built-in Filtration Sink Mixer” and achieves the number 1 market share for tap products selected in newly-constructed apartments in Japan.
Established an office in Australia and rebranded its built-in filtration product range as Taqua.
Taqua’s ‘Built-in Filtration Sink Mixer’ is selected for installation in 4,000 units for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village which will now be used by national team participants and support staff in the Olympic Games to be held in 2021.