CSR

Support children who bear the future

We care about children’s future.
We are a sponsor of Youngster’s Science Festivals which are held all over Japan by Japan Science Foundation. In the festivals, children can experience science by taking fun lectures or making toys related to science.

Support a local festival to vitalize our city

We dedicate to make contribution to local community.
In our city, Toyohashi Festival is the biggest one, which is held annually for 2 days in October. About 20,000 people are dancing in the street to celebrate. We also take part in this dancing.

Support SAN-EN NEOPHOENIX

We support local sports.
SAN-EN NEOPHOENIX is a local professional basketball team which belonged to B.LEAGUE (JAPAN PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE). SAN-EN NEOPHOENIX was founded in 1965 and is very famous in Toyohashi.

Support Para-sports

We encourage disabled people.
Para sport is a term that describes sport offered as part of the Paralympic Movement. We organize para-sports event to invite Japanese national team players (disabled athletes) to share their stories. And our employees could experience the para-sports with them. The aim is to deepen the understanding of para-sports and the spirit of challenge themselves to achieve higher levels of performance.
Recently, we also help organize the event with local government and the citizens can participate and experience the para-sports with the players. We will continue to support the para-sports.

Events

February 2019

Invited AKIKO ADACHI, gold medalist in Women’s goalball at London

AKIKO ADACHI Blog


October 2018

Invited KENTO KATO, the player of Japanese national blind football team

KENTO KATO Blog


May 2018

Invited SHIZUKA HANGAI, the player of Japanese national blind judo team

SHIZUKA HANGAI Blog


November 2017

Invited KEIICHI SATO, the player of Japanese national biathlon, cross-country ski, and triathlon team

KEIICHI SATO Blog


August 2017

Invited KENTO KATO, the player of Japanese national blind football team

KENTO KATO Blog


April 2017

Invited SAKI TAKAKUWA, the fastest prosthetic limbs runner in Japan

SAKI TAKAKUWA Blog