Nurturing a culture of trust
Promotion of social contribution activities

The Company cherishes the connection with the local community and promotes social contribution activities proactively.

Helping resolve regional issues

Under the Haseko Group’s Corporate Philosophy “To contribute to society by creating an optimal environment for cities and people,” we are implementing initiatives to promote and revitalize the local community as a focus area of social contribution activities.

Promotion of Asuka Village projects

For more information related to the promotion of the Asuka Village projects, click the link below.

Major activities to date

Hosoda Corporation: Regional coexistence activities in the neighborhood of Asagaya, Tokyo

Hosoda Corporation has been promoting active participation in and living together with the local community of Asagaya, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, where its head office is located, as a good corporate citizen through such efforts as organizing cultural exchange initiatives to promote artistic and cultural activities and hosting seminars and events to support people’s lives, with the aim of realizing comfortable and affluent communities and societies and their sustainable development.

Contribution to improving the QOL (Quality Of Life) and revitalizing the local community

Hosoda Corporation is working to help improve the QOL of local people and revitalize the community by actively engaging in local events, providing knowledge and information about houses and living, and extending assistance to resolve annoyances and inconveniences in daily life.

Major activities to date

・Implementing tours to learn about the structure of houses
・Woodwork experience events and visits to local elementary schools to give woodworking lessons
・Holding events and seminars to support people’s living and houses
・Assistance extended by the “House and Living Support Office” to help solve inconveniences and flaws of houses and annoyances related to houses and living in general
・Participation in and sponsoring of local events such as Asagaya Star Festival and Asagaya Jazz Street
・Establishing a “Vacant House Utilization Consultation Service” in cooperation with Suginami-ku

Support for artistic and cultural activities

Hoping to provide opportunities for local people to enjoy arts and cultures in their community, Hosoda Corporation is supporting various art and culture events by utilizing its local network.

Major activities to date

・Hosting “Row of Zelkova Serrata Concert” with musicians from various genres and lectures about music
・Participation in the secretariat for “Asagaya Traditional Masked Dance-Drama,” an art event featuring Japanese traditional culture
・Provision of venues for local private-public joint events, such as Asagaya Jazz Streets and symposiums hosted by Suginami-ku, Tokyo
・Sponsorship as a naming rights partner for the City Lobby Concert hosted by Suginami-ku, Tokyo

Acceptance of local junior high school students for work experience study
“House and Living Support Office”
“Asagaya Traditional Masked Dance-Drama”
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Comprehensive cooperation agreement with Fukuoka Prefecture

In May 2023, Fukuoka Prefecture and Haseko Corporation concluded a comprehensive cooperation agreement for the purpose of addressing regional issues, revitalizing the region and improving prefectural citizen services by way of collaborative activities that contribute to society in Fukuoka Prefecture.
We will contribute to the creation of a mutually cooperative society in Fukuoka Prefecture by promoting activities that leverage know-how and attractiveness of the Haseko Group* in cooperation with Fukuoka Prefecture.

*12 Group companies including Haseko Corporation, Haseko Community Kyushu Inc., Haseko Reform Inc. and Haseko Livenet, Inc. are developing business in Kyushu district centering on Fukuoka Prefecture.

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Consideration for Biodiversity

For more information about the construction of condominiums that take biodiversity into account, please visit the following URL(available only in Japnase)

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Participating in regional cleaning activities and campaigns

The Haseko Group participates in cleaning and other activities in the region closely related to its business activities

Major activities
  • Neighborhood of Shiba Head Office: Shiba District Clean Campaign
  • Neighborhood of the Hiranomachi Building in Osaka: Osaka City-Wide “CLEAN-UP” Campaign
  • Voluntary clean-up activities in the neighborhoods of the Company’s offices, construction sites, and model rooms, etc.
    Activities in fiscal 2022: (1) Participation in Osaka City-Wide “CLEAN-UP” Campaign (Haseko Group), (2) Clean-up of neighborhoods surrounding construction sites (Haseko Corporation’s construction sites), (3) Implementing Nakaoe Park clean-up activities (HASEKO REFORM), (4) Implementing clean-up activities in the neighborhood of the office in Okinawa region (Haseko Corporation Okinawa Sales Office, Haseko Real Estate Development Okinawa Sales Office, and HASEKO COMMUNITY OKINAWA Inc.), (5) Implementing clean-up activities in the neighborhood of the Kansai Equipment Center (Haseko-tecno Corporation).

Cooperating in blood donation

As a "corporate blood donation supporter" of the Japanese Red Cross Society, we run a blood donation campaign each year. In fiscal 2022, we run a blood donation campaign twice each at Shiba Head Office Building in Tokyo and Hiranomachi Building in Osaka, in which a total of 207 employees donated their blood.

Haseko Philanthropic Activity Commendation Scheme

The Haseko Group is striving to further invigorate philanthropic activities based on the view that employees' voluntary efforts in social activities will lead to a higher awareness of social issues, help create more value in business activities, and realize a sustainable society.

With the objective of raising the awareness of each employee and clarifying the assessment of philanthropic activities at individual and company levels, we operate the "Haseko Philanthropic Activity Commendation Scheme," under which employees and organizations that have engaged in particularly outstanding activities are commended and presented with a letter of appreciation.

The Company will work to further revitalize the Haseko Group’s philanthropic activities by leveraging its system.

Donation and sponsorship

Special Sponsor of the Prince Chichibu Cup All Japan Intercollegiate Ekiden Relay Race

The Haseko Group will sponsor the “Prince Chichibu Cup 54th All Japan Intercollegiate Ekiden Relay Race,” scheduled to be held on November 6, 2022, as a special sponsor. The Group began to engage in this special sponsorship in 2019, and this is the fourth time supporting the event in this way.
The “Haseko Cheering Special Site” (available in Japanese only) is now open to the public and features interviews with the teams that have won the right to participate in the final competition, as well as photos of employees cheering them on from all over the country. In addition, the entire Haseko Group is supporting the competition and the athletes by providing Haseko’s original souvenirs, such as mineral water with Haseko’s original Ekiden Relay Race label, which we provide to the competing teams every year and which have been well received by the teams.
Through this special sponsorship, we will contribute to the promotion of sports and the development of local communities, as well as strive to increase our recognition and corporate value as a corporate group that is expanding its business nationwide in addition to the Kanto, Kansai, and Tokai areas.

The 54th All Japan Intercollegiate Ekiden Relay Race
Volunteers distributing water at a regional qualifying race (2023)
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Sponsorship of the “MINATO City Half Marathon”

Since the 2nd edition of the event in 2019, the Haseko Group has been a platinum sponsor of the “MINATO City Half Marathon,” a sporting event for people of all ages from children to seniors, all nationalities, with or without disabilities, for the purpose of realizing a mutually beneficial society through sports.
(The event was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the effect of COVID-19)

The MINATO City Half Marathon

Participation in “Open House Osaka”

“Open House Osaka” is an architectural event showcasing attractive architecture in Osaka on a weekend in the fall of every year, and the Company has participated in this event since 2019.
The Company presents the profile of “Tatsuno Hiranomachi Building,” which accommodates the Company’s Osaka Head Office where the Company is working to create condominiums. The Company will continue to offer programs to allow visitors to feel and experience new condominium lifestyles proposed by Haseko Corporation, which is famous for its condominium.

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Sponsorship of environmental conservation activities by “Jumokui Jimbe General Incorporated Association”

“Jumokui Jimbe” is a general incorporated association located in Kinan, Wakayama whose environmental protection and preservation activities include conservation of Kumano cherry trees.*
The Company sponsors the association’s activities in support of its wish that the region’s Kumano cherry trees, which are at risk of vanishing, continue to flourish, and its environmental conservation efforts across the board.
In 2022, we planted six Kumano cherry trees on the grounds of the “Nanki Shirahama BRANCHERA Resort,” a holiday facility for employees. We will continue to contribute to the region with our efforts in environmental protection and preservation, while carefully nurturing these saplings in a good environment to leave Kumano cherry trees for the future generations.

*Cherry trees that have grown naturally in Kozagawa town since historic times without being cross bred with non-native cultivated cherry.

Donation to Kyoto University of the “Former Residence of the late Dr. Hideki Yukawa”

Haseko Corporation has acquired the late Dr. Hideki Yukawa’s former residence near Kyoto’s Shimogamo Shrine where the late scholar spent his last years and plans to donate the same to Kyoto University (President: Nagahiro Minato) after the completion of maintenance works as an act of corporate social responsibility, agreeing with the University’s desire to make effective use of the building to pass on the achievements and footprints of the late Dr. Yukawa to future generations, to develop our country’s science, technology and arts in the future, and to develop human resources.

The former residence of the late Dr. Hideki Yukawa
At the press conference



The “SEIJI OZAWA MATSUMOTO FESTIVAL” is an international musical festival formerly named the Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto in honor of the late Hideo Saito, a great musical educator. Since 1992, the festival has been held every summer in Matsumoto city, Nagano, led primarily by conductor Seiji Ozawa and the Saito Kinen Orchestra.
The Company has sponsored the event from its inception, concurring with its goals to be an “international music festival in Japan,” to nurture the next generation of young musicians, and to support the musical education of elementary and middle school students. We will continue with initiatives to support the development of artistic and cultural activities through our sponsorship of the festival.

Workforce and expenditures used for philanthropic activities

The workforce and expenditures used by the Group for philanthropic activities for the past five years are as follows:

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(Fiscal year) 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
Expenditures used for philanthropic activities
(Million yen)
156 367 87 571 106
Workforce used for philanthropic activities
(Cumulative number of persons)
1,401 2,095 704 430 728