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Major Sustainability Data

The Suntory Group has brought together its performance for the main indicators (management, environment, and society) on our sustainabilitysite and other media.

Main Management Data

Consolidated financial Results

  • Consolidated Revenue

  • Consolidated operating income

  • Sales by Business Segment

  • Sales by Area

Environmental Data

The data mainly covers 25 production plants in Japan, 56 production plants overseas owned by Suntory Group.
The data for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions from 25 production plants in Japan, 56 production plants overseas, and other sites in Japan (base of operations, R&D facilities, sales sites, restaurants and development sites) owned by the Suntory Group's; water usage and waste generation at 25 production plants in Japan and 56 production plants overseas of the Suntory Group, and Scope 3 emissions (Category 1) of the Suntory Group which include Suntory Beverage & Food Group companies received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability. The numerical values assured are indicated with ★.

Independent assurance report

Overview of business activities and environmental impact (from January 1 to December 31 in 2018; manufacturing facilities in Japan, excluding outsourcing contractors)

  • *1
    BOD Biochemical Oxygen Demand: An indicator of water pollution
  • *2
    Emission factors for GHG calculation are as follows:
    Fuel: Factors specified by the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures. CO2 from Electricity consumption: The adjusted emission factors for each electric company specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
    GHG other than CO2: Factors specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.

Suntory Group's Environmental Accounting (total of business in Japan)

(Period: January 1 to December 31, 2018)

(million yen)

Item FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Environmental investment Environmental costs Environmental investment Environmental costs Environmental investment Environmental costs
Business area cost Pollution prevention cost
  • Preventing water pollution
  • Air pollution prevention cost, etc.
261 1,903 326 2,001 528 2,207
Global environmental preservation cost
  • CO2 reduction
  • Energy conservation
  • Cogeneration
  • Air treatment, etc.
871 3,491 266 3,444 198 3,020
Resource circulation cost
  • Conserving water through recirculation
  • Reducing sludge
  • Reusing waste
  • Wastewater treatment cost, etc.
17 2,807 67 2,612 287 2,720
Total 1,148 8,201 659 8,058 1,013 7,946
Upstream and downstream cost
  • Commission for resource recycling containers and packaging
  • Environmentally-friendly containers and packaging measures
0 1,195 0 1,133 0 1,290
Management activities costs
  • Building and maintaining Environmental Management System
  • Sustainability Reports, Exhibits
  • Factory greenification, etc.
0 1,128 0 670 0 900
Research and development costs
  • Research and development activities to reduce environmental impact
73 323 1 369 8 379
Social activities costs
  • Suntory Natural Water Sanctuary
  • Bird Conservation Activities
  • Suntory Mizuiku - Natural Water Education Program, etc.
86 410 90 569 77 504
Environmental damage response cost   0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1,307 11,258 751 10,798 1,098 11,019
  • *
    Amount of investment: Reason for investment was 50% or more for preserving the environment, all amount is considered as environmental investment (inspection basis)
  • *
    Amortization expense: Expenses for investment from 2003 and afterwards which 50% or more is intended for environmental preservation are calculated.
  • *
    In general, all cost for management and research activities are directly confirmed. Costs that are difficult to confirm directly are prorated and allocated based on a past survey of each procedure.

Environmental Preservation Effect of Suntory Group (production sites in Japan)

(Period: January 1 to December 31, 2018)

Item Unit 2016 2017 2018 Reduction against previous fiscal year per unit production basis
In business area costs Pollution prevention Reduction of pollutant emissions SOx Total (t) 12.6 14.4 16.4 -1.5t/year
Per Unit (g/kL) 2.7 3.0 3.4
NOx Total (t) 132.4 134.5 147 -7.9t/year
Per Unit (g/kL) 28.3 28.5 30.1
Preserving global environment CO2 emission reduction CO2 (Fuel + Electricity) Derivation Total (thousand t) 354.5 369.7 355.9 26.6 thousand t/year
Per Unit (kg/kL) 75.7 78.2 72.8
Reduction of energy consumption Fuel Crude oil conversion (thousand kL) 102 104 102 6192kL/year
Per Unit (L/kL) 21.9 22.1 20.8
Electricity Total amount (million kWh) 306 332 335 8033 thousand kWh/year
Per Unit (kWh/kL) 65.3 70.2 68.6
Resource circulation Reduction of water resource use Water Total amount (thousand m3) 21,332 22,361 22,161 971 thousand m3/year
Per Unit (m3/kL) 4.5 4.7 4.5
Reduction of waste emissions By-products and waste emissions Total (t) 244,604 258,027 257,951 8.984t/year
Per Unit (kg/kL) 52.3 54.6 52.8
Resource recycling rate (%) 100 100 100 100
  • *
    Electricity based CO2 emissions are calculated by the adjusted emission factors for each electric power company as specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.

Economic effect of Suntory Group (production sites in Japan)

(million yen)

Item FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Income from recycling (sales of byproducts)*1 339 380 355
Cost saved by conserving energy*2 496 510 429
  • *1
    The calculation method is the same as the costs saved for waste disposal
    < Previous Year's Capital Gains × Ratio Compared to Previous Year's Production Volume - Current Year's Capital Gains >
  • *2
    The calculation method is the same as the costs saved for waste disposal
    < Yearly Costs Before Utility × Ratio Compared to Previous Year's Production Volume - Current Year's Costs >

Water Use Performance 2018

Area Water use (thousand m3) Change in amount of usage per unit production*
Japan 22,161 4.2% decrease
Americas 8,366 8.4% increase
Europe 5,780 0.4% decrease
Asia 5,809 0.5% decrease
Oceania 576 8.6% decrease
Total 42,692★ 2.2% decrease
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan and 56 production plants overseas
  • *
    Per unit production is the amount of usage per kiloliter produced; the reduction rate is shown as a comparison to the previous year
  • *
    The reduction rate was 6.4% from 2015, which is the base year.
  • *
    Therein, the water use by Suntory Beverage & Food Group companies in Japan and overseas was 22,526 thousand m3
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd. The assured value is indicated with ★.

Water use

  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan
  • *
    Per unit production is the amount of usage per kiloliter produced
  • -
    Result: Total amount decreased by 0.9% and 4.2% per unit production compared to previous year

Preventing Global Warming

Scope 1/Scope 2 emissions

Area CO2 emissions (thousand tons) Per unit reduction rate*
Japan 454 3.1% reduction
Americas 236 13.7% increase
Europe 126 6.3% increase
Asia 122 16.3% reduction
Oceania 15 34.3% reduction
Total 953★ (Scope 1: 579★; Scope 2: 374★) 2.4% reduction
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan and 56 production plants overseas, and non-production sites in Japan (base of operations, R&D facilities, sales sites, restaurants and development sites).
  • *
    The above emissions do not take into account the emissions offset by purchasing carbon credits.
  • *
    CO2 emissions per unit production are the amount of emissions per kiloliter produced; the rate of reduction is shown as a comparison to the previous year
  • *
    Emission factors for GHG calculation are as follows:

    Fuel:
    For Japan: Factors specified by the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
    For overseas: Factors obtained from fuel suppliers or factors specified by the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures..

    CO2 from Electricity consumption:
    For Japan: The adjusted emission factors for each electric company specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
    For Overseas: As a general rule, emissions factors obtained from electricity suppliers were used. When those could not be obtained, emission factors for each country in 2016 from IEA 2018 were used.

    GHG other than CO2:
    For 25 plants in Japan: Factors specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.

  • *
    Of which, CO2 emissions from the Suntory Beverage & Food Group are 462 thousand tons★ (Scope 1: 241 thousand tons★ Scope 2: 221 thousand tons★).
  • *
    The change in the amount of emissions from the base year 2015 was a 0.8% increase.
  • *
    The total may not match the sum of each figure due to rounding.
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd. The assured value is indicated with ★.

CO2 emission

  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan
  • *
    Electricity based CO2 emissions are calculated by the adjusted emission factors for each electric power company as specified by the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
  • -
    The total amount of CO2 emissions decreased by 3.2% and CO2 emissions per unit production decreased by 8.5% compared to 2015.

Fuel (crude oil conversion) consumption

  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan
  • *
    Crude oil conversion consumption are calculated using a method specified by the Act on the Rational Use of Energy.
  • -
    The total amount of fuel decreased by 4.0% and fuel amount per unit production decreased by 9.6% compared to 2017.

Power consumption

  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan
  • -
    The total amount of power consumption increased by 1.0% and power consumption amount per unit production decreased by 2.3% compared to 2017.

CO2 emissions during transportation (business in Japan)

Changes in modal shift ratio

  • *
    Changes in the modal shift ratio are calculated based on long-haul (500km or more) trips

Preventing Air Pollution

SOx emissions

  2016 2017 2018
Emissions (t) 12.6 14.4 16.4
Per Unit (g/kL) 2.7 3.0 3.4
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan

NOx emissions

  2016 2017 2018
Emissions (t) 132.0 134.6 147.0
Per Unit (g/kL) 28.3 28.5 30.1
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan

Quantity of equipment that uses PCB (as of January 2019)

  Stored Used Total owned
Capacitor 13 0 13
Transformer 9 4 13
Stabilizer for lighting device 317 0 317

Byproducts and Waste Generation Performance 2018

Area Emissions (thousand tons)
Japan 258
Americas 187
Europe 95
Asia 28
Oceania 6
Total 574★
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan and 56 production plants overseas
  • *
    Therein, the byproducts and waste generated by Suntory Beverage & Food Group companies in Japan and overseas amount to 150 thousand tons★
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd. The assured value is indicated with ★.

By-products and waste generation

  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan

Waste generation, recycling rate and the purpose of use for recycled products

Type of waste Main Purpose of Use 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%) Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%) Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%) Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%) Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%) Amount of generated waste (t) Recycling Rate (%)
Vegetable (glycation, tea, coffee dregs, etc.) - Animal feed
- Fertilizer
181,515 100 187,439 100 186,184 100 185,227 100 195,334 100 187,818 100
Sludge (excess sludge, etc.) - Fertilizer 30,100 100 29,522 100 27,194 100 27,574 100 30,351 100 30,472 100
Wood waste (cask, palette) - Animal feed
- Fertilizer
3,266 100 2,693 100 1,610 100 2,123 100 1,314 100 4,435 100
Glass and ceramic scrap - Glass materials
- Base course material
4,109 100 3,928 100 4,136 100 3,772 100 3,508 100 3,216 100
Paper scraps (cardboards, paper labels, etc.) - Recycled paper
- Cardboard materials
5,727 100 6,192 100 6,175 100 5,184 100 6,349 100 6,228 100
Plastic - Palette
- Solid fuel
- Supplementary fuel
4,026 100 4,287 100 4,938 100 4,956 100 5,918 100 6,138 100
Metal scraps (aluminum, steel) - Aluminum
- Steel ingredients
2,600 100 3,016 100 3,277 100 3,039 100 2,958 100 3,240 100
Other 2,870 100 2,725 100 3,182 100 12,729 100 12,632 100 16,405 100
Total 234,214 100 239,801 100 236,697 100 244,604 100 258,365 100 257,951 100
  • *
    Data covers 25 production plants in Japan

Environmental Education for Employees

FY2018 Environmental Training

Name Target Number of participating employees
Onboarding training (environmental management class) New employees All
ISO14001 awareness and special education Plant employees All
Environmental management training (e-learning, etc.) Group employees in Japan 19,701
Training for newly appointed employees in charge of ISO14001 Employees in charge of ISO14001 5
Internal ISO14001 auditor training Internal ISO14001 auditor 118
Eco-products seminar Employees in charge of product development 42
Environmental Law Training Employees from relevant departments 32
Wastes Disposal and Public Cleansing Act seminar Employees from relevant departments 140
Training held for on-site confirmation of industrial waste Employees from relevant departments 33

Outdoor School of Forest and Water

Total number of participants at the Suntory Mizuiku - Natural Water Education Program Outdoor School of Forest and Water (total of three schools)

Total number of participants for Teaching about Water at Schools

Social Data

Employment Status

Personnel data includes employees who have employment contracts with Suntory Holdings Ltd. and Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Number of Employees (as of December 31, 2018)

(employees)

  2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
SHD SBF Total SHD SBF Total SHD SBF Total SHD SBF Total SHD SBF Total
Male 43 15 58 42 13 55 41 14 55 45 13 58 43 14 57
Female 2 0 2 3 1 4 4 1 5 2 3 5 2 3 5
Executives 45 15 60 45 14 59 45 15 60 47 16 63 45 17 62
Male 1,348 628 1,976 1,392 607 1,999 1,422 627 2,049 1,432 643 2,075 1,459 654 2,113
Female 146 31 177 166 33 199 185 34 219 200 40 240 217 40 257
Managers 1,494 659 2,153 1,558 637 2,195 1,607 661 2,268 1,632 683 2,315 1,676 694 2,370
Male 2,398 737 3,135 2,432 741 3,173 2,429 745 3,174 2,438 741 3,179 2,420 729 3,149
Female 959 168 1,127 964 188 1,152 976 205 1,181 995 224 1,219 1,011 239 1,250
Members 3,357 905 4,262 3,396 932 4,328 3,405 950 4,355 3,433 965 4,398 3,431 968 4,399
Employees 4,851 1,564 6,415 4,954 1,569 6,523 5,012 1,611 6,623 5,065 1,648 6,713 5,107 1,662 6,769
Male 296 55 351 205 45 250 161 42 203 106 31 137 80 28 108
Female 88 18 106 81 15 96 82 22 104 79 19 98 87 113 200
Contract employees, etc.* 384 73 457 286 60 346 243 64 307 185 50 235 167 141 308
Temporary staff 516 44 560 542 49 591 560 52 612 567 63 630 573 66 639
  • *
    Contractors and temporary employees: Special contract employees, part-time employees, added SBF partner employees from 2018.
  • *
    SBF Partner Employees: Temporary staff that have become permanent employees.
  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Number of Employees (as of December 31, 2018)

  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Average age and average length of employment (as of December 31, 2018)

  2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF
Average age 39.0 40.9 39.6 41.7 40.8 42.0 41.3 42.3 41.7 42.6
Average tenure 15.8 17.4 16.3 17.3 16.6 17.6 17.1 17.8 17.5 18.1
  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Number of employees

(employees)

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF SHD SBF
New graduates Male 75 26 81 20 79 20 68 17 69 16
Female 51 16 43 18 43 19 48 20 45 16
Experienced workers Male 20 0 19 2 17 0 13 4 14 5
Female 11 9 8 6 7 5 3 7 11 5
Total 157 51 151 46 146 44 132 48 139 42
  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Number of resignees and reasons/turnover rate

(employees)

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Retirement*1 29 42 39 39 66
Personal circumstances*2 45 42 53 43 57
Corporate circumstances*3 0 0 0 2 1
Other 7 5 7 4 8
Total*4 81 89 99 88 132
Turnover rate*5 0.70% 0.64% 0.80% 0.67% 0.86%
  • *1
    Retirement includes flexible-age retirement
  • *2
    Resignees of Sunoty Beverage & Food (domestic) is 8 in 2015, 6 in 2016, 11 in 2017, and 7 in 2018.
  • *3
    Company circumstances include factory closings and selling of business. Individual circumstances include employment transfers.
  • *4
    Covers employees
  • *5
    The turnvoer rate is calculated excluding mandatory age retirement

Retention rate of new graduate hires

  • *
    Calculated for new graduates hired by Suntory Holdings Ltd. that entered the company from 2011 to 2013.
  • *
    Hiring of new graduates by Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd. started in 2013 with 91% of the new graduates hired in 2013 remaining with the company after five years.

Female employment data

Number of male and female employees by Management or Non-management position

  • *
    December 31, 2018
  • *
    This is the total of Suntory Holdings Ltd. and Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Number of employees with disabilities and employment rate (as of June 1, 2018)

  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Total actual annual working hours

  • *
    Official working hours in the standard Suntory Group offices are 7.5 hours a day, 121 vacation days and the annual total official working hours is 1,830 hours.
  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Annual paid vacations taken

  • *
    SHD: Suntory Holdings Ltd.
  • *
    SBF: Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd.

Results of Employees Taking Child Care Leave

Change in the number of employees that took advantage of child or nursing care policies

(employees)

  2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
SHD SBF SHD + SBF SHD SBF SHD + SBF SHD SBF SHD + SBF
Child and nursing care Childcare leave 205 247 252 46 298 275 64 339 251 53 304
Shortened and staggered working hour for child care Male - - 80 22 102 22 34 56 107 26 133
Female - - 172 24 196 24 30 54 144 27 171
Newly taking childcare leave 118 143 148 32 180 179 50 229 63 12 75
Number of employees returning after childcare leave Male - - - - - 122 33 155 93 24 117
Female - - - - - 61 9 70 62 13 75
Number of employees that resigned during childcare leave Male - - - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0
Female - - - - - 2 1 3 0 0 0
Ratio of employees returning after childcare leave Male - - - - - 100% 100% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Female - - - - - 96.8% 90.0% 95.9% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Number of employees remaining at end of the year after taking childcare leave previous year Male - - - - - 80 22 102 118 34 152
Female - - - - - 172 24 196 144 25 169
Number of Employees Returning from Child Care Leave Male - - - - - 100% 100% 100% 96.7% 100.0% 97.44%
Female - - - - - 98.8% 95.8% 98.5% 94.1% 83.33% 92.35%
Shortened and staggered working hour for child care 195 192 187 38 225 183 33 216 180 37 217
Nursing leave 2 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 3 0 3
Shortened and staggered working hour for nursing care 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Telecommuting Program* 3,196 3,577 3,390 1,070 4,460 3,657 1,188 4,845 3,847 1,329 5,176
Child support leave 663 464 474 65 539 500 83 583 524 75 599
Home helper 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 1
At home child care service 37 16 24 2 26 27 2 29 29 5 34
Vacation Refresh leave 791 933 525 177 702 603 198 801 630 194 824

Development of Human Resources

Name Description Number of participants 2018 2010 – 2018
Career Challenge Program Individual tailored program for junior employees to enhance skills needed for global business (language, cultural awareness, cross-cultural communication, leadership, logical thinking, management through figures, etc.) 10 65
Company sponsored MBA Sending talented high potential employees to oversea’s top business schools to study in global environment. 3 22
Trainee program Trainees brush up their professional skills, gain language and communication skills, global business skills, and leadership skills through on the job training at overseas companies. 13 80

Main self-development programs and the number of participants in FY2018

Type of training Description People
Elective training* Elective training provides approximately 30 different types of courses (twice/year) with training designed to teach the necessary business skills to succeed in the career plans envisioned by our employees 822
Enhancing English ability* This program provides various courses such as in-office English lessons and online lessons aimed to enhance business communications skills in English. A wide range of support content is available so that students can effectively take the course best suited for their skill level. 247
e-Learning This training program aims to heighten the ability to execute operations and gain the knowledge required for operational innovation.
The courses include business skills, language acquisition, and computer skills.
298
Financial Support System for Attending School and Distance Learning Suntory provides support for up to half the costs of schools and distance learning programs aimed at improving students skills (up to maximum limit).
The courses that can be taken range from the skills necessary to execute operations (accounting, legal knowledge, etc.) to improving language skills and acquiring certifications
84
  • *
    These are elective programs that employees can participate on their own accord which the company will take on some of the training costs

Number of workplace accidents

(accidents)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Number of occupational accidents (including paid leave and substitute leave) 3 3 2 3 4 0 6 1 3
Number of occupational accidents not accompanied by lost work time 14 10 8 12 13 8 18 12 21
Number of accidents resulting fatality       0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 17 13 10 15 17 8 24 13 24
Lost time injury/illness frequency rate 0.31 0.30 0.20 0.17 0.34 0.00 0.47 0.08 0.23★
Lost time injury/illness severity rate 0.002 0.005 0.009 0.002 0.004 0.000 0.003 0.000 0.001
  • *
    Figures through 2012 are only for Suntory Holdings Ltd. and Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd. The figures from 2014 onwards include data on workplace accidents involving full-time employees, special contract employees, and part-time employees for the following Suntory Group companies in Japan: Suntory Holdings Ltd., Suntory Beverage & Food Group companies (Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd., Suntory Foods Ltd., Suntory Beverage Solution Ltd., Suntory Products Ltd.), Suntory BWS Ltd., Suntory Spirits Ltd., Suntory Beer Ltd., Suntory Wine International Ltd., Suntory Liquors Ltd., Suntory Wellness Ltd., Suntory MONOZUKURI Expert Ltd., Suntory Business Systems Ltd., Suntory Communications Ltd., and Suntory Global Innovation Center Ltd.
  • *
    From FY2016, Suntory has received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability, Co., Ltd. The assured value is indicated with ★.
  • *
    Three occupational accidents (including accidents during commuting) occurred in 2018. We took measures including distributing accident reports to employees who handle similar operations to prevent reoccurrences of similar accidents.

Independent assurance report

Details on consumer inquiries, feedback, and complaints (Results of 2018: 80,593)

  • *1
    Complaints: Includes expressions of dissatisfaction by consumers about products or corporate activities
  • *2
    Inquiries and feedback: Includes a wide range of questions and opinions expressed by consumers other than complaints

Disaster Recovery Support

Main Donations

Year Incident Amount Donated Beneficiary News release
2010 2010 Canterbury (Christchurch) Earthquake (New Zealand's South Island) 3.25 million yen Cristchurch earthquake appeal fund  
2010 Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak in Miyazaki Prefecture 10 million yen Miyazaki Prefecture, and the Miyazaki Community Chest Association Social Welfare Organization Suntory Relief Aid for Foot-and-Mount Disease in Miyazaki Prefecture (in Japanese only)
2010 Chile Earthquake 50 million yen Chile Embassy Suntory Relief Aid for Earthquake Recovery in Chile
2010 Haiti Earthquake 10 million yen The Japanese Red Cross Society Suntory Haiti Earthquake Aid
2011 Thailand floods Approx. 2.5 million yen The Government of the Kingdom of Thailand Support for Recovery from Flood Damage in Thailand
2011 2011 Canterbury (Christchurch) Earthquake (New Zealand's South Island) 6.2 million yen New Zealand Red Cross Earthquake Relief Donation to New Zealand
2011 Floods in Queensland, Australia 8 million yen Queensland The Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal Flood Relief Donation to Queensland Australia
2011- Great East Japan Earthquake 4.3 billion yen in 2011
2.0 billion yen in 2012
2.5 billion yen in 2013
2.0 billion yen in 2014
(total: 10.8 billion yen)
Iwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Save The Children Japan, et al. Relief Donation for Earthquake in the Tohoku Region of Japan
2014 Landslide disasters in Hiroshima 1 million yen Chugoku Shimbun Social Welfare Services Corporation  
2015 Nepal Earthquake 3 million yen Nepal Earthquake  
2016 Kumamoto Earthquake 100 million yen in April 2016
300 million yen in October 2016
Kumamoto Prefecture Release of Contributions to Kumamoto Prefecture
2017 Storm Disaster in Northern Kyushu Fukuoka Prefecture (5 million yen)
Oita Prefecture (5 million yen)
Fukuoka Prefecture/Oita Prefecture Relief Donation for the Storm Disaster in Northern Kyushu
2017 Aid Following the Massive Hurricane Disaster in the United States Approx. 110 million yen (1 million dollars) American Red Cross About Aid Following the Massive Hurricane Disasters in the United States
2017 Aid Following the Earthquake in Mexico Approx. 22 million yen
(200,000 dollars)
Mexican Red Cross About Aid Following the Earthquake in Mexico
2017 Hurricane Maria Which Impacted the Virgin Islands Approx. 55 million yen
(500,000 dollars)
Virgin Islands Aid Fund  
2018 Torrential Rains of July 2018 (in Western Japan) 900 million yen
(Hiroshima, Okayama, and Ehime Prefectures received 300 million yen each)
Hiroshima Prefecture: Japanese Red Cross Society Hiroshima
Okayama and Ehime Prefectures: Aid provided directly to each prefectural government
Information About the Donations for the Torrential Rains of July 2018
2018 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake 100 million yen Hokkaido Information About Support Provided for the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake
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