■ AEON CO., LTD.
■ Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
■ ITOCHU Corporation
■ ITO EN, LTD.
■ LIXIL Corporation
■ Mandom Corporation
■ Nissha Printing Co., Ltd.
■ OMRON Corporation
■ Saraya Co., Ltd.
■ Sompo Holdings, Inc.
■ Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited
■ Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc. / Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
■ Sysmex Corporation
■ Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited
■ Japan Civil Society Network on SDGs
■ Save the Children Japan
【Ministries and Agencies】
■ Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan
■ Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
■ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
■ Ministry of the Environment of Japan
■ Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
AEON CO., LTD.; Ajinomoto Co., Inc.; ITOCHU Corporation; ITO EN, LTD.; LIXIL Corporation; OMRON Corporation; Saraya Co., Ltd.; Sompo Holdings, Inc.; Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited; Sysmex Corporation; and Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited.
- Japanese companies primarily use the SDGs as a checklist for determining the consistency of actions with existing corporate priorities and objectives.
- Several Japanese companies are starting to move towards positioning the SDGs at the core of their business model-- such as incorporating the Goals into corporate missions, visions and strategies-- reflecting that these companies recognize the importance of utilizing the SDGs as a trigger to leverage brand equity and improve their overall value proposition.