2016

"Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster Stricken Area Recovery Support Event" held in the Upper House members’office

February 24-26, 2016

From February 24 to 26, 2016, Tokyu Community Corporation held an event to support the recovery of the three prefectures affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake (Iwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture) again this year in the Upper House members’office. The management and administration of this office building are entrusted to Tokyu Community Corporation as a PFI business.
Local cuisine made from ingredients from the disaster stricken area was served in the canteens and a photographic panel exhibition and food alley were held, among other things. The event was an appeal not to let the "bonds" of recovery support weaken and to mitigate the damage caused by the harmful rumors of food. As a new initiative this year, the Reconstruction Agency and Tokyu Community Corporation organized a joint program in which they invited the members of Super Science Club of Fukushima High School in Fukushima Prefecture to present their research on the radiation amounts and harmful rumors of food in Fukushima. Lots of people, including members of the Diet, attended this research presentation, and they described it as "an excellent and interesting discussion." It turned out to be a rewarding event that provided high school students from the disaster area an opportunity to express their opinions at a place like Nagatacho.

'Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster Stricken Area Recovery Support Event' held in the Upper House members’office

2015

Second Volunteer Activity in Rikuzentakata in FY2015

December 11-13, 2015

From December 11 to 13, 16 volunteers from the group (including the organizers) carried out a volunteer activity in Rikuzentakata City for the second time this fiscal year. The focus of this activity was fisheries support, separating cultured oysters and making fishing ropes and gut. Although it rained on the first day, the remaining two days were fine, so the volunteers were able to carry out their tasks smoothly.

Second Volunteer Activity in Rikuzentakata in FY2015

First Volunteer Activity in Rikuzentakata in FY2015

October 23-25, 2015

From October 23 to 25, 24 volunteers from within the group (including the organizers) carried out a volunteer activity in Rikuzentakata City for the first time this fiscal year. In previous years, the first day of the activity was the day of travel, with volunteers assembling in the evening and arriving at the site late at night. This year, however, volunteers assembled in the morning, which meant they had more time available at the site to carry out their tasks. The focus of this activity was agricultural support, with volunteers performing tama-mawashi for apples (task of turning the fruit to change the side that is exposed to the sun), which was much appreciated by the farmers.

First Volunteer Activity in Rikuzentakata in FY2015

"2015 Salon Concerto in Hotel Grandeco" Recovery Support Project

September 12-13, 2015

The Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Support Project “2015 Salon Concerto in Hotel Grandeco” was held at the Hotel Grandeco resort hotel in the Yama District of Fukushima Prefecture.

Invited to the event were the 17 members of Sakura Chorus, a choir that has continued to perform since the earthquake disaster, even while living in evacuation shelters. Accommodation was provided in order to help alleviate the emotional burden of living in evacuation shelters. On the 13th, guests were treated to an authentic jazz performance by Yosuke Yamashita.

Fund-raising activities were also held at the concert. These included soliciting cooperation in raising funds to support those impacted by the Typhoon No. 18 flood disaster that occurred two days before the event. These activities implemented until September 30. Contributions collected were donated to the Fukushima Chapter of the Japanese Red Cross Society through the Fukushima Minyu Shimbun.

2015 Salon Concerto in Hotel Grandeco Recovery Support Project

"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" (at Lake Onogawa)

August 7-10, 2015

Support was provided again this year to the “Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp,” a camp that is held to offer emotional care to children affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake.

A total of 45 children attended the camp this year. They spent four days playing outdoors, experiencing the value of friendship and caring as they explored Lake Onogawa by canoe, built rafts, and climbed trees.

Volunteers from the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP (29 in total) took photographs of the children and helped out with the various activities.

On the final day of the camp, they presented the children with an album containing all the photographs of their activities.

Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp (at Lake Onogawa)The participants put their hearts and minds into creating Yui (“bond”).

4th"Volunteer Training for New Employees in Rikuzentakata City"

April 20-22, 2015

From April 20, to 22, Tokyu Fudosan held volunteer training for new employees in Rikuzentakata City. Implemented as part of the employee training program since FY 2012, this year was the 4th such volunteer training, with 31 people participating. With this training, the total number of participants volunteering in Rikuzentakata passed the 500 mark, bringing it to 505.

In this latest activity, volunteers lent their support to agricultural and fisheries tasks, planting apple seedlings and preserving wakame seaweed in salt. The new employees listened to a talk by the Mayor of Rikuzentakata, giving them a real sense of the magnitude of the scars left by the earthquake disaster.

4th Volunteer Training for New Employees in Rikuzentakata City

"Tokyu Community Corporation : Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster Stricken Area Recovery Support Event"

February 24-26, 2015

From February 24 to 26, Tokyu Community Corporation held an event to support the recovery of the 3 prefectures affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake (Iwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture) in the Upper House members' office, House of Representatives member's lodge, and Yamanashi Prefecture Disaster Prevention Annex managed and administrated by Tokyu Community Corporation. With the cooperation of involved business operators including the 3 prefectures, local cuisine made from ingredients from the disaster stricken area was served in the canteens and a photographic panel exhibition, a food alley, etc. were held. The event was an appeal not to let the "bonds" of recovery support weaken and to mitigate the damage caused by the harmful rumors of food. Many people took part in the event, including (Diet members who use the Upper House members' office, House of Representatives members lodge), etc., and it led to recovery support for the disaster-stricken area.

Tokyu Community Corporation : Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster Stricken Area Recovery Support Eventthe Upper House members' office

"Yappa Ginza da Beh" runs a booth at Tokyo Ginza "Ikinari Ichiba 2015"

February 17-22, 2015

"Yappa Ginza da Beh",supported by Tokyu Land Corporation as part of the Recovery Support Project , and Zen Ginza-kai, ran a special "Ikinari Ichiba 2015" booth at Mitsukoshi Ginza from Tuesday February 17 to Sunday February 22. This was a restoration event held for a limited period of time for the "Ikinari Ichiba" that was held before in the existing "Ginza Project" building that is currently under construction by Tokyu Land Corporation. This time it was held as food alley of mainly seafood products from Kesennuma, and was attended during the period by Ms. Sawako Agawa, chairperson of the executive committee. The event aimed to encourag the disaster stricken area as well as support economic recovery. We will continue to carry out sustained support activities by creating an organic link between Ginza and the disaster stricken area.

Yappa Ginza da Beh runs a booth at Tokyo Ginza Ikinari Ichiba 2015

2014

Participated in "100 Santa's are here!" Project

December 23, 2014

This fiscal year, we participated in the "100 Santa's are here!" Project sponsored by the NPO Magokoro Net again. A total of 4,000 candies and sweet samplers purchased at Tokyu Hands were donated, with seven volunteers and organizers gathered from the TFHD Group carrying out volunteer activities. This time the participants dressed up as Santa Claus and attended Iwate Prefecture Otsuchi-town's local Christmas party held on December 23 at the town hall, mingling with the residents.

Participated in 100 Santa's are here! Project

Second Volunteer Activityactivity in Rikuzentakata City this Fiscal Year Implemented Rikuzentakata City

November 7-9, 2014

From November 7 to 9, 30 volunteers from the TFHD Group (including the organizers) did a volunteer activity for the second time in this fiscal year in Rikuzentakata City. On the first day, volunteers deepened their understanding of the disaster stricken area by, for example, listening to a talk by the Mayor of Rikuzentakata City; on the second day, volunteers cleaned cultured oysters (task of removing extraneous matter attached to shells); on the third day, volunteers removed the leaves from the apples and performed tama-mawashi (task of turning the fruit to change the side that is exposed to the sun).

Second Volunteer Activityactivity in Rikuzentakata City this Fiscal Year Implemented Rikuzentakata City

Ran a booth at "Yukata de Gin-bura 2014"

October 25-November 3, 2014

The "Yappa Ginza da Beh" project supported by Tokyu Land Corporation as part of Recovery Support Project ran a booth at "Autumn Ginza 2014", a seasonal event held in Ginza. At the "Gin Cha-kai" held on October 26, team members assisted by distributing open-air tea ceremony numbered tickets and acting as marshals. Also, Japanese-style confectionery from Tohoku was served to accompany the open-air tea ceremony, and were well-received. Further, at the "Farm Produce Charity Hanpukai" held on November 1, fresh vegetables grown in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, were handed out for charity. The money raised was donated to support recovery of the disaster stricken area. We will continue to carry out sustained support activities with the cooperation of the local people.

Ran a booth at Yukata de Gin-bura 2014

"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" (at Lake Onogawa)

August 21-24, 2014

Support was provided again this year to the "Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" held on August 21-24 with the intention of providing emotional care to children. The children spent 4 days playing freely in nature, experiencing the value of friendship and caring through tree-climbing and exploring a desert island by canoe. Volunteers from the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP took photographs of the children taking part in the activities and presented them with an album.

Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp (at Lake Onogawa)

Ran a booth at "Yukata de Gin-bura 2014"

August 3, 2014

The "Yappa Ginza da Beh" project supported by TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP as part of the East Japan Reconstruction Support Project once again this year ran a booth at "Yukata de Gin-bura 2014", a local event in Ginza held on August 3. Freshly brewed tea with iced water from Shiogama City, Miyagi Prefecture was handed out for charity, providing many people with a cool refreshment. The money raised at this booth was donated to the disaster-stricken area. We will continue to carry out various forms of assistance.

Ran a booth at Yukata de Gin-bura 2014

Volunteer apple-picking activity in Rikuzentakata

July 25-27, 2014

A volunteer activity was implemented in Rikuzentakata from July 25-27. Volunteers were recruited from within the Group, with 30 people including the executive office members participating. The focus of this year's activity was agricultural support, helping with apple picking, etc. (leaving the good fruit and picking the rest).

Volunteer apple-picking activity in Rikuzentakata

Setting up a merchandise booth at Azuma odori

May 24-27, 2014

"Yappa Ginza da Beh" is a project supported by TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP as part of the East Japan Reconstruction Support Project. As part of the "Yappa Ginza da Beh" project, a booth was set up at the Azuma odori at the Shinbashi Enbujo held from May 24-27 selling products from the disaster stricken area. On sale were canned foods, edible chili oil, and kamaboko [boiled fish paste] shaped like a bamboo leaf, produced in Ishimaki City and Kesennuma City. All products that were offered for sale were sold out by the last day.

Setting up a merchandise booth at Azuma odori

Implementing volunteer training for new employees

April 19-21, 2014

Continuing from 2012, new employees underwent volunteer training this year too. This year, 22 new employees lent their support to the task of processing wakame seaweed at Hirotacho, Rikuzentakata City. Under the guidance of local fishermen, they helped with the tasks of boiling the wakame seaweed and preserving it in salt.

Implementing volunteer training for new employees

Support for Rebuilding Rikuzentakata City Library (Rikuzentakata Library Dream Project)

March 2014

TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP supported the rebuilding of Rikuzentakata City library by asking for donations of used books from Group employees. A collaborative project with Rikuzentakata City and Value Books Co., Ltd., a total of 2,389 used books have been donated as of the end of March 2014.

Support for Rebuilding Rikuzentakata City Library (Rikuzentakata Library Dream Project)

"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp"

March 28-30, 2014

"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" started with the intention of providing emotional care to children affected by the earthquake. This is the 8th time that the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP has provided this support in three years. At Lake Onogawa near the Hotel Grandeco in Fukushima Prefecture, 30 children tried out snow-shoe trekking and building a snow cave, with 4 volunteers who participated from the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP assisting by taking photographs of the activities. At the end of the camp the photographs taken were made into albums by the children, which they received as a souvenir of the camp.

Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp

Snowplow presented to temporary housing in Aizu-Wakamatsu City

January 23, 2014

Two snowplows were presented to temporary homes in two places in Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, known as an area of heavy snowfall.

We were able to quickly respond to the requests from these temporary homes for controlling snow since we had been communicating regularly through the annual "Green Curtain" project and building maintenance by TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION.

Snowplow presented to temporary housing in Aizu-Wakamatsu City

2013

Christmas Presents for Disaster Stricken Area Along the Coast of Iwate Prefecture Project 2013

December 18, 2013

Continuing on from the past two years, a collection was held within the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP from November 7, and Christmas presents were donated to people in the disaster stricken area along the coast of Iwate Prefecture.
A total of 350,285 yen was collected and used to purchase 700 sweet samplers at Tokyu Hands, which were donated to the local NPO Tono Magokoro Net.
Also, approximately 700 people this year volunteered to dress up as Santa Claus or reindeer and distribute presents to the local people. Among them were 6 Group employees, who left for Rikuzentakata City on December 22.
The funds collected that were not used will be donated to this NPO's project Magokoro Santa Fund, used to help students in Iwate Prefecture who are experiencing difficulty in going on to higher levels of education as a result of the Great East Japan Earthquake.

Christmas Presents for Disaster Stricken Area Along the Coast of Iwate Prefecture Project 2013

Disaster Stricken Area Assistance Project including Removal of Debris in Rikuzentakata Rikuzentakata City

Second Round: September 6-9, 2013    
Third Round: October 9-11, 2013

Second Round
From September 6 to 9, a total of 31 group employees took part in the volunteer work. The work involved the removal of debris from Furukawa Numa (Furukawa Marsh) and the search for missing people that began from this summer at the local people’s request. The job was to dredge the earth and sand along the coast and sift it to find clues to missing people and to search for memorabilia. All the participating members tackled the activity with their whole heart.

Third Round
From October 9 to 11, a total of 27 volunteers participated in the last round for this fiscal year and Group employees of various areas from Hokkaido in the north to Fukuoka in the south gathered to Rikuzentakata. Continuing from the previous round, the work involved the removal of debris from Furukawa Numa (Furukawa Marsh) and the search for missing people. The work was to dredge the earth and sand along the coast and sift it to find clues to missing people and to search for memorabilia.

Disaster Stricken Area Assistance Project including Removal of Debris in Rikuzentakata Rikuzentakata City

Running a booth to hand out tea for charity at "Yukata de Gin-bura"

August 4

The "Yappa Ginza da Beh" project supported by Tokyu Land Corporation as part of the East Japan Reconstruction Support Project run a booth at "Yukata de Gin-bura 2013", a local event in Ginza held on August 4, handing out "Yappa Ginza da Beh tea, freshly brewed with iced water" from Shiogama City, Miyagi Prefecture. The raised money at this booth was donated to the disaster stricken area. We will continue to carry out various forms of assistance.

Running a booth to hand out tea for charity at Yukata de Gin-bura

"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" (at Lake Onogawa)

Implementation Period: August 2-5

This year was the third year for us to organize the Genki Camp, started with the intention of providing emotional care to children affected by the earthquake. From August 2 to August 5 a total of 20 volunteer members took photographs and carried out a variety of support activities. The neighboring Hotel Grandeco provided freshly cooked tasty meals and bathing facilities every day.

Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp (at Lake Onogawa)

The first group of volunteers this fiscal year mow the grass in Rikuzentakata

Implementation Period: July 19-21

A volunteer activity in Rikuzentakata that has been implemented on an ongoing basis since the earthquake. The first group this fiscal year comprised a total of 29 members from each company in the Group, who mowed the grass at the site from July 19 to 21.

The first group of volunteers this fiscal year mow the grass in Rikuzentakata

Green Curtain Project Implemented

Implementation Period: May 25 5

Ten volunteers and four staff members from Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. installed green curtains at 17 temporary houses (some built by TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION) and two assembly facilities in Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture to help improve the housing environment during the heat of summer.

Green Curtain Project Implemented

New employees undergo volunteer training

Implementation Period: April

28 staff members from Tokyu Homes removed rocks and rubble buried in the fields.

New employees undergo volunteer training

New employees undergo volunteer training

Implementation Period: April

Continuing from the previous year, new employees underwent volunteer training in Rikuzentakata. The work involved removing rocks and driftwood carried by the tsunami from rice paddies.

New employees undergo volunteer training

2012

Volunteer Groups at Tokyu Land Corporation Group Support by the Tokyu Land Corporation Group at the "Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp"

Implementation period: July 28 to 30, 2012 and August 18 to 21, 2012

Continuing from the previous year, the "Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp" intended to provide emotional care to children psychologically affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake, was organized this year as well. This year, with Mitsui & Co. Ltd. as the new sponsor, the program was organized a total of four times, twice at the Lake Onogawa campsite at Urabandai, and twice at a campsite in Minami-Aizu. In cooperation with Hotel Grandeco, the TLC Group supported the two camps held at Lake Onogawa from July 28 to 30 and August 18 to 21. More than 100 staff members, including specialists in psychology, medical care and outdoor activities, operated the camps for a total of nearly 100 children. Thirty volunteers from the Tokyo Land Corporation Group also participated, and spread smile among children thanks to their wonderful teamwork. Unable to return to their hometowns, or to play freely outdoors, the children experienced a variety of activities in nature, and returned with a sense of achievement and great confidence. At the end, there were tears of farewell... Let’s meet again next year!

Volunteer Groups at Tokyu Land Corporation Group Support by the Tokyu Land Corporation Group at the Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp

Converting the Former Yahagi Elementary School Building into a Simple Lodging Facility Rikuzentakata City

Opening of Recovery Accommodation Facility (former Yahagi Elementary School Building)
Opened on July 28, 2012

At the request of Rikuzentakata City, the three companies of Tokyu Land Corporation, TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION, and Tokyu Architects & Engineers Inc. collaborated on the completion of remodeling work at the former Yahagi Elementary School building to turn it into a simple accommodation facility, which pre-opened on July 28. Intended to secure overnight facilities for volunteers, the three companies in the Tokyu Group endorsed the city’s request to “turn it into a base for visitors to the disaster area,” and collaborated as a form of support activity. The facility, which can accommodate about 80 people, is scheduled for a grand opening in May next year after beds have been fitted, refrigerators installed in the common spaces, and TOTO unit baths and other wet area equipment provided. During the preopening period, the simple facility will provide accommodation free of charge to volunteers. After the grand opening, the facility will, of course, be used for volunteers, but the city plans to throw the doors wide open to children and students visiting Rikuzentakata to learn about and experience the disaster area, as well as other non-commercial visitors to the city, offering hope of activities in the city during the time required to rebuild hotels and other lodgings.

Converting the Former Yahagi Elementary School Building into a Simple Lodging Facility Rikuzentakata City

Volunteer Groups at Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Earthquake Disaster Volunteers at Rikuzentakata

Implementation date: June 9, 2012

On July 11 and 12, the Disaster Area Assistance Project team spent two days carrying out volunteer activities at Rikuzentakata. This time, the activities were scheduled for weekdays, but many Group employee volunteers, who had not been able to participate on weekends because of their jobs, gathered as well. On the first day, the 28 volunteers dredged sand and soil from the irrigation channels for rice paddies and piled up sandbags. Since it rained on the second day, they were assigned to decorating the floats used at the local Tanabata Festival.

Volunteer Groups at Tokyu Land Corporation Group Earthquake Disaster Volunteers at Rikuzentakata

Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. and Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Volunteer Groups Temporary Homes x Green Curtain Project
(in Aizu-Wakamatsu)

Implementation date: June 9, 2012

As part of volunteer activities for the earthquake disaster recovery, green curtains were installed at temporary housing in Aizu-Wakamatsu City on June 9th. Continuing from July in the previous year, eight volunteers participated in the second round of this activity, planting bitter melon to block out sunlight at a total of 46 temporary houses and assembly facilities. The aim of carrying out this activity is to use greening to improve the housing environment during the heat of the summer. Volunteers from all companies in the Tokyu Land Corporation Group and Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. cooperated to carry out the work for the temporary housing built by TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION, implementing activities beyond the borders of the company.

Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. and Tokyu Land Corporation Group Volunteer Groups Temporary Homes x Green Curtain Project (in Aizu-Wakamatsu)

Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Third Round of Disaster Volunteering

Implementation Period: May 9-11, 2012

The third round of disaster volunteering was implemented at Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture for three days from May 9 to 11. On this occasion, 28 volunteers from Tokyu Homes participated. The volunteers removed rocks and rubble buried in the fields near 40, Nagasuna, Takatacho (adjacent to Takata High School).

Tokyu Land Corporation Group Third Round of Disaster Volunteering

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.
The Yume Balloon Project Organized at Nasu

April 15, 2012

This much fun at Nasu! Organizing the Nasu Yume Balloon Project Held in grand style with the participation of approximately 3,000 people, including the Mayor of Nasu, the Nasu Yume Balloon Project for releasing ten thousand balloons carrying cheerful thoughts from the Nasu Highlands, was blessed with clear skies on April 15. Aiming to revitalize the Nasu Highlands where visitors have been decreasing since the Great East Japan Earthquake, the major facilities in the region, including Harvest Club Nasu and Mt. Jeans Nasu, formed the Nasu Hotel & Leisure Facility Liaison Council to plan this project. Participants wrote their own messages on the balloons, appealing for vitality for Nasu. The highlight was surely the sight of 10,000 balloons soaring into the sky all at once. Before and after the release of the balloons, local groups organized performances and raffles, creating a great sense of excitement. As a member of the Liaison Council, we would like to contribute even a little to the recovery of the tourism industry in Nasu by continuing activities in the future.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. The Yume Balloon Project Organized at Nasu

Tokyu Sports Oasis, Inc.
Lightening the Emotional Burden on Victims with Sport

Implementation Date: April 13, 2012

We cooperated with Tokyo to support disaster victims who had been evacuated to the city because of the Great East Japan Earthquake. In terms of support, we provided emotional care to the victims through exercise by offering free memberships for up to one year in the kids’ swimming school at the Tamagawa and Kanamachi facilities (swimming bags and swimwear also provided free of charge), or free invitations to the fitness clubs in Shinjuku, Akatsuka and elsewhere.

Tokyu Sports Oasis, Inc Lightening the Emotional Burden on Victims with Sport

Tokyu Land Corporation
Operating Charity Events at Various Locations
Facility Name: Abeno Market Park Q’s Mall and other commercial facilities

Implementation Date: March 11, 2012

A full year after the Great East Japan Earthquake, all commercial facilities organized various charity events. Many customers participated in live dance events and mini live events organized in conjunction with activities to raise funds for donations, or rogaining that allowed charity participation while enjoying a stroll in the streets and other activities.

Tokyu Land Corporation Operating Charity Events at Various Locations Facility Name: Abeno Market Park Q’s Mall and other commercial facilities

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.
Parents and children have fun! Sports meet in the snow at the Grandeco
Ski Resort

February 26, 2012

This event was part of the “Take Me Skiing Snow Kids Foundation” Project, launched by four companies in the snow sports industry, including Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd., in November. Forty-one persons comprised of elementary school students and their parents in Fukushima Prefecture were invited to the free event to get a feel for the joy of playing winter flag game in the snow, sled racing and other ways to move the body in the snow, creating wonderful memories.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. Parents and children have fun! Sports meet in the snow at the Grandeco Ski Resort

Tokyu Land Corporation
Supporting Exchange between Children in Yanaizumachi, Fukushima Prefecture and Minato Ward in Tokyo

February 18, 2012

Planned by the Fukushima Prefecture Yanaizu Tourism Association, an exchange event for children from Yanaizumachi in Fukushima Prefecture and Odaiba in Tokyo’s Minato Ward was organized for Saturday, February 18 and Sunday, February 19, 2012. Tokyu Land Corporation provided the venue for the exchange at the Ginza TS Building where sales of products and processed marine foods from Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture, photography exhibitions and other events had been held. The exchange was deepened with meals, quizzes, bingo games and other fun.

Tokyu Land Corporation Supporting Exchange between Children in Yanaizumachi, Fukushima Prefecture and Minato Ward in Tokyo

2011

Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Donating Pellet Stoves to Sumita-cho, Iwate Prefecture

Implementation Period: Winter 2011

There are 93 temporary homes in Sumita-cho, Iwate Prefecture, which are occupied by tsunami victims mainly from neighboring Rikuzentakata City. Tokyu Land Corporation donated the funds to purchase four pellet stoves for use at the assembly halls for the temporary housing projects at three locations in Sumita-cho. Pellet stoves are space heaters fuelled by wood pellets made from raw materials such as thinned wood or wood chips. As well as making effective use of forest resources, they have an effect on CO2 reduction as a substitute for kerosene, etc. Sumita-cho is the location of one of the forests targeted for conservation under the Green Connection project, a TLC Group initiative, so our Green Connection initiative is also useful for heating in the disaster areas. On the day the photo was taken, preparations were underway for a Christmas party on the following day, and the pellet stove was heating up the assembly hall.

Tokyu Land Corporation Group Donating Pellet Stoves to Sumita-cho, Iwate Prefecture

Tokyu Land Corporation
Christmas Presents for the Children in Rikuzentakata

Implementation Period: Winter 2011

We carried out activities to send Christmas presents to the children in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, who were victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake. Under this plan, we installed donation boxes at each Group company to collect funds, bought toys and stationery for presents at Tokyu Hands, and on December 25, a volunteer dressed up as Santa Claus to deliver the presents directly to the children. The presents were given to the child disaster victims together with presents donated by the volunteers.

Tokyu Land Corporation Christmas Presents for the Children in Rikuzentakata

Tokyu Livable, Inc.
The First Great Pine Forest Cleanup

Implementation Date: November 5, 2011

Twenty-five volunteers from Tokyu Livable participated in the First Great Pine Forest Cleanup undertaken on November 5. The work involved the removal of rubble and fallen trees carried by the tsunami drawback, as well as pieces of concrete accumulated in the Shobutahama pine forest at Shichigahama-machi, Miyagi-gun, Miyagi Prefecture. Other participating corporations included Marubeni, Mizuho Bank, Oki Electric Industry, Prudential Life Insurance, NTT Communications, Kyocera etc. The event was successful with the total number of participants, including individuals, exceeding 400 persons. Tokyu Land Corporation also provided support in the form of lending out safety footwear and vests for wearing while working. The participants finished removing the rubble in a total of four hours in the morning and afternoon.

Tokyu Livable, Inc. The First Great Pine Forest Cleanup

Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Second Round of Disaster Volunteering

Implementation Period: October 25-27, 2011

The second round of disaster volunteering was implemented at Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture for three days from October 25 to 27. On this occasion, 29 volunteers including the executive office members participated. Led by members of Ishikatsu Exterior, the volunteers mowed slopes, while members of Tokyu Sports Oasis guided the volunteers through stretching exercises during the breaks. In addition, thanks to a Tokyu Homes subcontractor bringing heavy machinery and joining forces with us, we were able to carry out the activities efficiently. On this occasion as well, the work highlighted the strengths of each company in the Group. Moreover, the leveled site is used by the local people as a place for socializing.

Tokyu Land Corporation Group Second Round of Disaster Volunteering

Tokyu Land Corporation
Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Assistance Project from Ginza

Started on October 7, 2011

We are engaged in a range of activities to support the recovery with the Ginza TS Building as the base for information transmission, and now that more than half a year has passed since the disaster, we are still transmitting information so that worldwide interest in the earthquake disaster and the disaster area will not fade.

Tokyu Land Corporation Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Assistance Project from Ginza

Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Supporting Exchanges through Sports for Child Victims of the Disaster
Shimane Inn Aoyama, Tokyu Stay Kamata

September 24-25, 2011

An exchange event to deepen exchanges between children from Iwaki City in Fukushima Prefecture and Minato Ward in Tokyo was organized on Saturday September 24 and Sunday, September 25, 2011. The two cities had already before concluded an agreement that included cooperation to promote tourism, support at times of disaster, promote youth exchange, and cultivate friendship exchanges. The exchanges took places through beach sports at the Beach Festa in Odaiba organized by the Elementary School PTA Association in Minato Ward. Tokyu Land Corporation Group provided space for the get-together at Shimane Inn Aoyama, and overnight facilities at Tokyu Stay Kamata.

Tokyu Land Corporation Group Supporting Exchanges through Sports for Child Victims of the Disaster Shimane Inn Aoyama, Tokyu Stay Kamata

Tokyu Sports Oasis, Inc.
Earthquake Disaster Recovery Support Charity Event
Starting the Oasis Blue Project 2011

September 17 – November 30, 2011

From September 17 to November 30, 2011, Tokyu Sports Oasis focused on carrying out the Oasis Blue Project as part of CSR activities. The theme for this year was Hope. The whole company organized a range of charity events to actively support the recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake.

Tokyu Sports Oasis, Inc. Earthquake Disaster Recovery Support Charity Event Starting the Oasis Blue Project 2011

Tokyu Land Corporation Group, Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd., Grandeco Resorts

We supported the Fukushima Kodomo Hanabi, a recovery fireworks festival at Aizu Inawashiro. August 13, 2011 Tokyu Land Corporation Group, Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd., and Grandeco Resorts purchased fireworks and presented them as gifts to children.

Tokyu Land Corporation Group, Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd., Grandeco Resorts

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.
Amagi Sky Adventure

Implementation Date: August 8, 2011

We invited all members of the Shizugawa Jr. High Baseball Club of Minami-Sanrikucho, Miyagi Prefecture, who were affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake, to the Amagi Sky Adventure athletic facilities at Hiekawa, Izu City.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. Amagi Sky Adventure

Tokyu Land Corporation Group
Support by the Tokyu Land Corporation Group at the
"Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp"

Implementation Periods: July 30-August 2, 2011 (first period)
and August 20-23, 2011 (second period)

We participated as volunteer staff at the "Midori no Tohoku Genki Camp", which invites children affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and the nuclear accident to participate free of charge. We assisted with the program and took photographs that were given to the children as presents, and we also carried out support activities such as providing genuine curries prepared by the chefs at Hotel Grandeco.

Implementation Periods: July 30-August 2, 2011 (first period) and August 20-23, 2011 (second period)

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.

We accepted 50 disaster victims at the staff dormitories at the Grandeco Resort in Fukushima Prefecture. * We put together staff volunteer packs for the TOKYU FUDOSAN HOLDINGS GROUP, and organized various events together with the disaster victims.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.
Hunter Mountain Lily Park
Best in Japan! Fields of Five Million Lilies Are Expecting You

July 16 – September 4, 2011

The best time to visit is late June to mid-August. Since the declaration that Tochigi is safe has been announced, let’s resume ordinary life such as taking trips.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. Hunter Mountain Lily Park Best in Japan! Fields of Five Million Lilies Are Expecting You

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.

We distributed fans produced by local Tohoku industries to customers. From July 16, 2011, Distributed at all Harvest Club facilities
“Keep it up Tohoku! Keep it up Japan!” Breathing new life into Japan from the hotel.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.

Tokyu Land Corporation
Ginza TS Building
The Japan Agricultural Market, a Specialty Shop for Farming Produce, Opened on Tuesday July 12 in Support of Japanese Agriculture and Foods

July 12, 2011 – June 30, 2012

At this store, operated by Ginza Farm Co., Ltd., sales channels for farm produce from the disaster areas were strengthened, and preferential employment was offered to evacuees from the disaster area as recovery support measures.

okyu Land Corporation Ginza TS Building The Japan Agricultural Market, a Specialty Shop for Farming Produce, Opened on Tuesday July 12 in Support of Japanese Agriculture and Foods

Tokyu Land Corporation
Aizu Wakamatsu City Tobu Koen Temporary Housing / Kawahigashi Gakuen Temporary Housing
Installing “Green Curtains” at Temporary Housing

July 1, 2011

Thirteen volunteers from Tokyu Land Corporation, Ishikatsu Exterior and universities (Tokyo City University, Toin University of Yokohama) carried out the work at 55 temporary homes occupied by residents from Ohkumamachi, who were evacuated because of the accident at the No.1 Fukushima nuclear power plant. Local guidance was provided by the NPO Midorinoka-ten. * The temporary homes constructed by TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION, and introduced in this recovery project, are also included among the temporary homes.

Tokyu Land Corporation Aizu Wakamatsu City Tobu Koen Temporary Housing / Kawahigashi Gakuen Temporary Housing Installing “Green Curtains” at Temporary Housing

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd.
Grandeco Resort
Organizing the Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Support Smile Fukushima 2011 Challenge Cup Park Golf Tournament

June 22, 2011

116 persons including enthusiasts from Ohkumamachi, Namiemachi and Tomiokamachi participated in the event sponsored by Grandeco, co-sponsored by The Fukushima Minyu Shimbun, and supervised by the Fukushima Park Golf Association. The profits from a charity bazaar held at the venue were donated.

Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. Grandeco Resort Organizing the Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Support Smile Fukushima 2011 Challenge Cup Park Golf Tournament

Tokyu Hands, Inc.
Tokyu Hands
Organizing the Tohoku Earthquake Disaster Support Fair at Tokyu Hand Shibuya Store

June 6 -12, 2011

Organized under the auspices of the Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation, the Tohoku Earthquake Disaster Support Fair, which sold products from Tsubame Sanjo in Niigata Prefecture at the Tokyu Hands Shibuya store, contributed part of the sales proceeds as donations to support small and medium enterprises exposed to the disaster in Tohoku.

Tokyu Hands, Inc. Tokyu Hands Organizing the Tohoku Earthquake Disaster Support Fair at Tokyu Hand Shibuya Store

【TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION】

Built 50 temporary homes in Aizu-Wakamatsu City Construction started on May 1, 2011; Handover on June 1, 2011 At the request of Fukushima Prefecture, we built 50 temporary homes in Aizu-Wakamatsu. Since the construction period was very short, three employees were stationed at the site, and the work was completed with the cooperation of a maximum of at least 100 people per day.

【TOKYU HOMES CORPORATION】

Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc.
Temporary Housing at Natori City and Tagajo City

We provided enough potting soil for 208 homes in four housing complexes for the “Temporary Housing x Green Curtain” Project promoted by supporters at the NPO Midorinoka-ten. At the expense of Tokyu Land Corporation, Ishikatsu Exterior packed the potting soil in bags and transported them from Shizuoka Prefecture to the local area where volunteers installed the green curtains.

Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. Temporary Housing at Natori City and Tagajo City

Tokyu Land Corporation

Abeno Market Park Q’s Mall
Grand Opening on Monday, April 26 at 10 AM

We collected donations at the opening event, the Smile Koinobori Show. We organized drawing workshops by artists in the disaster area.

Tokyu Relocation Co., Ltd.

Tokyu Stay
Implementation Period: March 22 to end of September, 2011

Offering the Recovery Support Plan with a 25% discount on regular room rates at all Tokyo Stay hotels. As a special plan for people in the disaster areas, we have prepared rooms with laundry and drying machines for temporary stays.

Tokyu Community Corporation

About the implementation of a special framework for employment aimed at victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake For details, please refer to the press release.

Support activity immediately after the earthquake

Tokyu Livable, Inc. Provided information about vacant rental homes to disaster victims in the metropolitan area and Sendai.
Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. Members of the Tokyu Harvest Club affected by the disaster were able to use the facilities without tickets.
Tokyu Resort Service Co., Ltd. We accepted a total of 650 evacuees at the resort facilities.
Ishikatsu Exterior, Inc. We sent one two-ton truck with clothing, daily necessities, portable cooking stoves, etc. to Kamaishi.
Tokyu Hands, Inc. We sent water, foods, batteries and other materials to the disaster area.
Tokyu Sports Oasis, Inc. We donated 2,000 towels via Kawasaki City.