Our policy is to disclose important information (management, business, and finance) in a fair, timely, and appropriate manner in order to promote the understanding by our stakeholders, including shareholders, investors, and local communities, and to obtain an appropriate evaluation and social trust.

1. Information Disclosure Standards

We disclose information in accordance with the Companies Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, other laws and regulations, and the rules on the timely disclosure of corporate information, etc. of issuers of listed securities stipulated by the stock exchanges on which our securities are listed (hereinafter referred to as the "Timely Disclosure Rules").
We will also promptly and fairly disclose information that is deemed useful or helpful to shareholders and investors, even if it does not fall within the scope of the Timely Disclosure Rules.

2. Methods of Information Disclosure

We will appropriately disclose information as stipulated in the Companies Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and other laws. In addition, items that fall under the Timely Disclosure Rules of the Tokyo Stock Exchange will be filed with the TD-NET and promptly posted on our website, and the same information will be provided to the media. We will also actively and fairly disclose information that does not fall under the Timely Disclosure Rules, in an appropriate manner in line with the purpose of timely disclosure, if we deem it helpful for shareholders and investors to understand the rules.

3. Internal system for information disclosure

In the event that it is determined that corporate information is defined as important information, such information is disclosed through the person in charge of information disclosure (director in charge of IR) who supervises the management and disclosure of corporate information.

4. Forward-Looking Statements

In addition to the forecasts we submit to the exchange, we may also include current plans, forecasts and strategies in our meetings with analysts, speeches, lectures, question and answers, documents we publish, and website content. When disclosing information about the future (hereinafter referred to as "forward-looking statements"), certain information that is not historical facts is disclosed as forward-looking statements based on certain assumptions or based on management's assumptions currently available.
Accordingly, when considering our business performance and corporate value, we caution readers not to rely solely on these forward-looking statements. Please note that actual results may differ from the forecasts disclosed due to various factors.

5. Positioning of the Website

This website is open for those who wish to search our information on the Internet. In order to ensure fair information disclosure, this information is posted on the website as soon as possible after the information is disclosed. However, information disclosure on this website is regarded as an auxiliary item, as it may be delayed due to information and communication technology problems, etc. In addition, the website may not contain all of the information we disclose and may use different expressions than those disclosed in other ways.
Please use this website only after you have fully understood it.

6. Silent Period

6. Silent Period During the period of preparing our financial results materials, we refrain from responding to comments or questions related to our financial results. We reserve the period from the day following the financial closing date until the financial results announcement date as the "Silent Period" in order to prevent information leakage that may have an impact on the stock price. In the event that a significant deviation from the Company's performance is anticipated during a period of silence, the Company will disclose such information through TD-NET provided by the stock exchange and press releases, as appropriate.