We appreciate the support of our shareholders and through our shareholder gift tradition we hope many shareholders will, continue to support our company and hold our company's shares over the medium to long term.
Description Tokyo Mokkoujou Arts & Crafts Furnishings
Tokyo Mokkoujou Arts & Crafts Furnishings, is part of Shimizu Corporation. We design and produce interior trim, furniture, décor and other fine products made of wood. Our team of highly experienced woodworkers pass on the woodworking skills, deep knowledge, and techniques that Shimizu has cultivated over its long history. Each item is crafted from the finest materials by highly experienced woodworkers with an intimate knowledge of wood. These items are highly appreciated by customers.
The purpose of these gifts is to help shareholders understand the unique asset of our company, encourage more widespread use of wood products, and improve the name recognition and brand value of Tokyo Mokkoujou Arts & Crafts Furnishings in society.
Shareholders who hold 1,000 or more shares and are registered or recorded on the shareholder roster as of March 31 are eligible.
Description of Gifts to be Presented in Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2024
Shareholders may choose whether to receive an item made of wood by Tokyo Mokkoujou Arts & Crafts Furnishings (one item from the menu of shareholder gifts based on the number of shares held) or to give a financial donation to an organization that engages in activities that make a contribution to society.
Wood Gift Items for Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2024
- Flower, pencil, photo, newspaper are not included in the gift.
A donation of 1,000 yen per shareholder will be given to the Shimizu Scholarship Foundation for each shareholder who chooses to donate.
The Shimizu Scholarship Foundation was established in March 2016 as one part of our social contribution activities based in monozukuri (craftsmanship). It was established to develop young engineers by providing scholarships to students majoring in architecture, civil engineering, urban planning, and other such areas who have shown their dedication to studying through outstanding grades and find it difficult to continuing their schooling for economic reasons. This will, in turn, contribute to the development of Japanese architectural and civil engineering technology.
The Foundation has provided scholarships to around 50 to 60 students each year since it was established, and has provided scholarships to 387 students in total (as of September 30, 2023).
- The donations will be given in lieu of presenting a wood gift to shareholders, and Shimizu will manage the donation to the Shimizu Scholarship Foundation so this will not impose any additional burden on shareholders.
- Please note that a receipt will not be issued to shareholders.
How to Apply
We will send an application form to eligible shareholders around early May 2024. Wood gift items will be sent at August 2024. (Only to addresses in Japan.)
If the application form is not received by the deadline, we will donate 1,000 yen per shareholder to the Shimizu Scholarship Foundation in lieu of the wood gift items.