ESG Policy

The JINUSHI Business, the Company's unique real estate investment method that only invests in land rather than owning buildings, is a model that is resistant to natural disasters and produces an extremely small volume of greenhouse gas (hereinafter, "GHG") emissions and industrial waste. Through this JINUSHI BUSINESS, we aim to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

Furthermore, we recognize that considering the environment, social, and governance (hereinafter, "ESG") and continuing initiatives that consider related risks and opportunities are essential to improving shareholder value over the medium to long term.

Based on the above, we established our ESG Policy and are implementing ESG through the business activities of the Company and our Group companies.

  1. Response to climate change

    We evaluate the impact of long-term and highly-uncertain climate change on the Company's business. We strive to construct internal systems and implement countermeasures in order to ensure appropriate response to medium- to long-term changes such as the transition to a decarbonized society and the physical impacts of phenomena including climate change and rising sea levels.

  2. Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

    In order to mitigate climate change, the Company works to reduce GHG emissions by promoting more efficient use of energy used in our business operations, such as office use and commuting/traveling to work by employees.

  3. Effective utilization of resources

    In JINUSHI BUSINESS, tenants construct, own and use buildings that are most suitable for their company. This eliminates excessive development and construction, thereby making it a real estate investment model that contributes to effective utilization of resources compared to the development business of general real estate developers. By promoting our JINUSHI BUSINESS, the Company will contribute to the effective use of limited resources.

  4. Invigoration of regional society

    The Company will contribute to the revitalization of regional society through the opening of tenant stores in conjunction with growth of our JINUSHI BUSINESS.

  5. Collaboration with external stakeholders

    The Company aims to reduce environmental and social risks through measures such as reducing GHG emissions and revitalizing regional society by building positive relationships and collaborating with stakeholders including tenants, regional society, financial institutions, and investors.

  6. Securing and development of diverse human resources

    The Company secures diverse human resources through talent acquisition strategies and enhances competitiveness by providing fair opportunities.

  7. Initiatives for health and safety of officers and employees

    The physical and mental health of our officers and employees is the driving force for maximizing performance. Therefore, the Company promotes initiatives to create healthy and safe workplaces, and to develop internal systems and structures.

  8. Compliance with laws, regulations, etc.

    The Company strives to become a corporation that earns even greater trust from society through fair business activities; for example, thorough compliance with laws and ethical standards, engagement in fair transactions, management of information, and prevention of corruption and conflict of interest.

  9. Disclosure and communication of ESG information

    The Company discloses ESG-related information to our diverse stakeholders in a timely and appropriate manner. We also sincerely respond to the opinions and requests of our stakeholders by promoting initiatives to address ESG issues.

Established on February 14, 2022

ESG Roadmap