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Support Activities for Areas Affected by the Large Scale Disaster2018

KOSÉ Group provides support to meet the different circumstantial needs to areas damaged by large scale disaster and we wish for the early restoration and reconstruction.

Our Response to the Heisei 30 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi EarthquakeSeptember 13th, 2018
Donation to Support the Disaster Area of 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake

KOSÉ extends our heartfelt sympathy to the people affected by the "2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake".
KOSÉ Inc. (Headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, President: Kazutoshi Kobayashi) has decided to contribute 10 million yen for donation to help the victims of this disaster.
We are also preparing to offer material supplies in accordance to the needs of the afflicted areas, and we will continue to consider support measures to meet the needs in the afflicted areas.
We sincerely hope for the earliest restoration of the affected areas.

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Response to July 2018 Torrential Rain DisasterJuly 13th, 2018
Donation to Support the Disaster Area of July 2018 Torrential Rain

KOSÉ extends our heartfelt sympathy to the people affected by the "July 2018 Torrential Rain Disaster."
In addition to the relief support items such as dry shampoo and other products (5 items, total of 23,800 units), KOSÉ Inc. has decided to make an additional monetary donation which combined with material donations will total to 30 million yen. Monetary donations will be made to each prefecture (Okayama, Hiroshima, and Ehime).

※ Contents of relief support supplies are the same as the following (breakdown of support supplies, dated July 11).

We will continue to consider support measures to meet the needs in the afflicted areas.
We sincerely pray for the earliest restoration of the affected areas.

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Response to July 2018 Torrential Rain DisasterJuly 11, 2018
Support and Condolences to the Disaster Area of July 2018 Torrential Rain

KOSÉ extends our heartfelt sympathy to the people affected by the "July 2018 Torrential Rain Disaster".
To support the victims of this disaster, KOSÉ has announced to provide the following relief supplies.

Relief Supplies

[Items]
  • 1. Dry Shampoo
      Product Name : KOSÉ Cosmeport “Fresh Care Dry Shampoo Foam” – 3800 units
  • 2. Make-up Cleansing Sheet
      Product Name : Product Name: KOSÉ Convinic Selecty Organic Cleansing Sheet -5000 units
  • 3. Skincare set (makeup cleanser 1 use, facewash 2 uses, toner 2 uses, lotion 2 uses)
      Product Name : KOSÉ Convinic Selecty Organic Skincare set 5000 units
  • 4. Oil blotting paper
      Product Name : KOSÉ Convinic Selecty Safari Super Oil Blotting Film 5000 units
  • 5. Oil blotting paper
      Product Name : KOSÉ Convinic Selecty Organic Oil Blotting Paper 5000 units

We will continue to consider support measures to meet the needs in the afflicted areas.
We sincerely pray for the earliest restoration of the affected areas.

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Support Activities for Areas Affected by the Great Eastern Japan EarthquakeApril 13th, 2018 "Fukushima Sakura Project"
Donated a New Species of Cherry "Haruka" Symbolizing the Reconstruction, to a Childcare Facility in Bando-City, Ibaraki

We donated plants of a new species of cherry "Haruka" grown in Fukushima to three childcare facilities in Bando-city, Ibaraki, the home town of our founder Kozaburo Kobayashi, and held a tree-planting ceremony at each facility.

Fukushima Sakura (Cherry) Project (JP)
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Support Activities for Areas Affected by the Great Eastern Japan EarthquakeMarch 23rd, 24th, and April 7th, 2018 "Fukushima Sakura Project"
KOSÉ Sponsored Fukushima Projection Mapping 2018 "Haruka – Boshin no Kaze, Hana no Kumo –" Event

This year marks the 6th year of our sponsoring the projection mapping event "Haruka". This year, "Haruka 2018 ~ Boshin no Kaze, Hana no Kumo" will be held in more venues than previous years. In commemoration of the 150th year anniversary of the Boshin War, the event will be held at Tsuruga castle in March and at the Shirakawa Komine Castle in the city of Shirakawa, in April.
The event featured mythical images that express the "Courage to face adversary" and "Indomitable soul" that is innate to the region of Fukushima. RAG FAIR; known for their beautiful singing voice, accompanied the projection mapping. They sang the song "Hana Wa Saku (Flowers will Bloom)" which was written to support the recovery efforts. We send a message of encouragement to all those who are continuing their stride for reconstruction.

Fukushima Sakura (Cherry) Project (JP)
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