What are cookies ?

Cookies are short pieces of data that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. On later visits, this data is then returned to that website. Cookies allow us to recognize you automatically whenever you visit our site so that we can personalize your experience and provide you with better service. We also use cookies (and similar browser data, such as Flash cookies) for fraud prevention and other purposes. If your web browser is set to refuse cookies from our website, you will not be able to complete a purchase or take advantage of certain features of our website, such as storing items in your Shopping Cart or receiving personalized recommendations. As a result, we strongly encourage you to configure your web browser to accept cookies from our website.

Cookies used by ARAKU do not collect personal information and can not harm your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Enabling cookies

By using this website, you agree that ARAKU will set cookies on your computer or mobile device. If you want to make full use of our Website, the installation of cookies is necessary. If you want to disable one of the installed cookies, you can still browse the Site. However, some features may be disabled. Most Internet browsers (eg Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome) automatically enable cookies. You are free to allow cookies to access your computer by changing the settings of the browser you are using. Refer to the section Cookie Management for instructions on how to check and change your cookie settings. Please note that if you do not change it, you accept the browser's default settings and consent to the use of cookies. Otherwise, please change your browser settings and limit or disable cookies.

Our use of cookies

ARAKU uses two types of cookies :

- Session cookies: they facilitate your browsing through the pages of our website and expire automatically when you close your browser. Session cookies are exempt from the consent requirement.
- Cookies to measure the audience: they allows us to collect anonymous statistic data of frequentation of our website in order to improve its ergonomics. However, you can choose to either disable or accept these cookies.

Cookie management 

Internet Explorer

Click on the « Option » icon on the top right of your page, then on “Internet options”. Go on the “Privacy” tab. If your Security level is set on medium or lower, it will activate the cookies on your computer. If the security level is set above cookies will be disabled.

Google Chrome

  1.     At the top right, click on the three little dots on the top right of the page, then on Settings.
  2.     At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  3.     In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.
  4.     Use the "Cookies" section to change your settings:
  •     To allow first-party and third-party cookies, choose Allow local data to be set.
  •     To block all cookies, choose Block sites from setting any data. When you use this setting, most sites that require you to sign in won't work.
  •     To allow only first-party cookies and block all third-party cookies, check the box next to "Block third-party cookies and site data." This setting means that site data cannot be written and read, even if you've added a site to the exceptions list and have chosen to allow its cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1.     Click the menu button  and choose Options.
  2.     Select the Privacy panel.
  3.     Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history. 
  4.     Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them.

If you are troubleshooting problems with cookies, make sure Accept third party cookies is also not set to Never. 


Choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do any of the following:

  •     Change which cookies and website data are accepted: Select a “Cookies and website data” option:
  •     Always block: Safari doesn’t let any websites, third parties, or advertisers store cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some websites from working properly.
  •     Allow from current website only: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the website you’re currently visiting. Websites often have embedded content from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store or access cookies or other data.
  •     Allow from websites I visit: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from websites you visit. Safari uses your existing cookies to determine whether you have visited a website before. Selecting this option helps prevent websites that have embedded content in other websites you browse from storing cookies and data on your Mac.
  •     Always allow: Safari lets all websites, third parties, and advertisers store cookies and other data on your Mac.