June 27, 2011 1:17 PM

We participated in the Minato Ward Clean-up and Smoking Rule Awareness Campaign!

Hello, I’m Kobayashi, of HR & Administration Department.

On May 18 (Wed), we participated in the Clean-up and Smoking Rule Awareness Campaign, held around the Shinagawa Station Konan Exit area by the Safety & Beautification Council of Shibaura Konan Area, Minato Ward.

The campaign brought together over 60 people from local residents’ associations and businesses. Under a refreshing blue sky in May, participants cleaned the streets and called on pedestrians to stop smoking while walking and to not litter their cigarette butts. Nine people from our company participated in this campaign and worked hard to clean up the streets.

It’s already been two years since the Tokyo Head Office relocated to the Shibaura area. As a company operating in the Shibaura Konan area, we will actively promote community beautification activities, in cooperation with local residents and the Shibaura Konan Area Branch Office.

Let’s clean up the streets!

▲ Let’s clean up the streets!

Oh, look, there’s trash in the shrub!

▲ Oh, look, there’s trash in the shrub!


After cleaning up, we sorted the collected trash into separate bins.

▲ After cleaning up, we sorted the collected trash into separate bins.

At the end, we took a group photo to remember the day. Thank you all for your hard work!

▲ At the end, we took a group photo to remember the day. Thank you all for your hard work!

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