Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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  Initiatives Contribution to Business Future Challenges


  • Reduced CO2 emissions by switching to LED lighting
  • Constructed new environmentally-friendly buildings
  • Reduced exhaust gas and resources used via distribution network sharing with other companies in the industry
  • Reduced paper resources used through the digitization of instruction manuals
  • Reduced costs (used less electricity, cut distribution costs)
  • Increasing energy conservation at existing buildings through renovation
  • Further conserving energy in amusement facility operations


  • Transitioned to a company with an audit and supervisory committee
  • Raised the ratio of external directors
  • Established a nominating committee (voluntary)
  • Avoided managerial decision-making risk through better management monitoring
  • Ensured the appropriateness of growth strategies by having the Board of Directors consider a range of views
  • Perpetuated the founder’s business know-how
  • The effective operation of the audit and supervisory committee company system
  • Board of Directors effectiveness assessments and their utilization
  • The setting of director remuneration with regards to medium- to long-term growth

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Set by the United Nation’s more than 150 member states at the UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015, held in September of the same year, the SDGs lay out 17 goals for the world to focus on with the aim of eliminating poverty and achieving global sustainability.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 17 GOALS TO TRANSFORM OUT WORLD

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