Connections with Our Regions

Supporting Environmental Education at KUDAN Secondary School

As part of comprehensive learning on the theme of “Learning about the region: Marunouchi's historical changes, environment, and development,” an explanation was given about Marunouchi's 100 years of history together with a DVD in June. The students actually walked around the area while hearing about current urban development efforts and comparing the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, which was restored in 2010, to how it looked in 1894. They also toured the bicycle parking garage and other facilities as examples of initiatives at the newly constructed building.
In October, four students visited Mitsubishi Estate as part of an afterschool class. Efforts were made for mutual communication, including suggesting initiatives from the viewpoints of students with an awareness of inbound tourism, on the theme of “Thinking of measures to draw many foreign nationals to Marunouchi towards 2020!”

Photo:Supporting environmental education at KUDAN Secondary School

Photo:Supporting environmental education at KUDAN Secondary School

Supporting environmental education at KUDAN Secondary School

Connections with Our Regions

Starting Two New Social Contribution Activities

The Mitsubishi Estate Group works with the NPO Egao Tsunagete (which literally means “connecting smiles” in Japanese), located in Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture, on the “Experience Nature” Project with the goal of making Japan a place where urban and rural communities help to revitalize one another.
Otemachi, a junmai-shochu, was jointly developed with a local sake brewery to celebrate the project's 10th anniversary in fiscal 2017. This beverage makes effective use of sake rice that does not meet the standard for junmai-shu sake, grown in abandoned, terraced fields in Hokuto City that were reclaimed. It is made with natural yeast (Hanakoubo) developed at the Tokyo University of Agriculture. Activities were also launched to restore insufficiently managed mountain forests in Hokuto City to build “Mitsubishi Estate Group Forest,” which will be used as an employee training location and also to supply timber to the Group.

“Experience Nature” Project (Japanese only)

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Number of participants in “Experience Nature” Projects (single year/cumulative)

370 people/2,324 people

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