The Hatsui, a satellite developed by Bold Futura, was Tagruato's first step in their space research program. Bold Futura had been working on it for seven years. It was launched on November 25, 2007, amid poor weather conditions.
It is unknown exactly what the purpose of the Hatsui was, however, in a January 3, 2008 news article it was mentioned as "busily collecting data and securing samples". The next line in the article, "Images taken by its cutting edge TagFutura KrystaLens were described by CEO Ganu Yoshida as, "a revelation in imagery." indicate that it is probably an imaging satellite.
It is recently tracking an unknown object that plunged into the Atlantic ocean sometime between December 28, 2007 and December 31, 2007. The object is thought to be a part of the ChimpanzIII satellite, owned by the Japanese government, although this is not known for sure.