Participants

Information for those who wish to participate as runners, including entry information for Tokyo Marathon 2020.

Entry Requirements

Race Name

Tokyo Marathon 2020
also serves as selection trial for:
・Marathon Grand Championship Series (MGC) Final Challenge
 ~Japanese Olympic Trial for Tokyo Olympic 2020~
・Abbott World Marathon Majors Series XIII

Organizer

Tokyo Marathon Foundation

Co-organizers

JAAF (Japan Association of Athletics Federations); Tokyo Metropolitan Government;
Fuji Television Network, Inc.; Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd.;
The Yomiuri Shimbun; Nippon Television Network Corporation; The Tokyo Shimbun.

Supporting
Organizations

JAPAN SPORTS AGENCY; Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism;
Japan Tourism Agency; Metropolitan Tokyo Mayors' Council; Japan Sports Association;
Japanese Olympic Committee; Japanese Para-Sports Association; Japan Para Athletics;
Nippon Keidanren (Japan Business Federation); KEIZAI DOYUKAI (Japan Association of Corporate Executives);
The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Tokyo Medical Association;
Tokyo Disaster Prevention & Emergency Medical Service Association;
Tokyo Private Ambulance Call Center Registered Companies Liaison Council; TOKYO NURSING ASSOCIATION;
Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau; Tokyo Federation of Neighborhood Associations;
Tokyo Federation of Shopping Center Promotion Associations & Tokyo Federation of Shopping Centers;
Tokyo Sports Association; Community Sport Leaders Tokyo;
Sankei Sports; Yukan Fuji; Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.; Fuji Sankei Business I;
The Hochi Shimbun; Radio Nippon Co., Ltd.; The Tokyo Chunichi Sports.

Managing
Organization

Tokyo Athletics Association

Operation Supporter

Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled; Kanto Para Athletics.

Presenting Partner

Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.

Official Partners

STARTS CORPORATION INC.; Yamazaki Baking Co., Ltd.; ASICS Japan Corp.; Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.;
BMW Japan Corp.; KINTETSU INTERNATIONAL; The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited;
SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION; SECOM CO.,LTD.; Toray Industries, Inc.; McDonald's Company (Japan), Ltd.;
Mizuho Bank, Ltd.; Seven-Eleven Japan Co.,Ltd.; ASAHI BREWERIES, LTD.; American Express International, Inc.;
ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD; Photocreate Co.,Ltd.;
Kokumin Kyosai coop(National Federation of Workers and Consumers Kyosai Cooperatives); KONICA MINOLTA, INC.;
Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co.,Inc.; Daiwa Securities Group; Shiseido Japan Co., Ltd; BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.;
Westin Hotels & Resorts; NIHON KOHDEN CORPORATION; KOYOU RENTIA Co., Ltd.; Shimizu Octo, Inc.; EMTG Co., Ltd.;
Dole Japan, Inc.; SAGAWA EXPRESS CO., LTD.; FOD.

Events

1) Marathon (Men, Women, Wheelchair Men, Wheelchair Women).
2) 10km Race (Men and Women for Junior & Youth, Visually Impaired, Intellectually Challenged, Organ Transplant Recipients and Wheelchair categories).

Date & Time

Sunday, March 1, 2020
   9:05 a.m. ― Wheelchair Marathon and Wheelchair 10km Start
   9:10 a.m. ― Marathon and 10km Start
  10:50 a.m. ― 10km Finish
   4:10 p.m. ― Marathon Finish

Broadcaster

Fuji Television Network, Inc.

Course

1) Marathon:
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building -- Iidabashi -- Kanda -- Nihombashi -- Asakusa Kaminarimon -- Ryogoku --
Monzen-nakacho -- Ginza -- Takanawa -- Hibiya --Tokyo Station/Gyoko-dori Ave.
(This course is certified by the JAAF, AIMS and World Athletics*.)
2) 10km Race
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building -- Iidabashi -- Kanda -- Nihombashi
(Results are considered unofficial. Finishing place is determined by net time.)
*Formerly known as International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) has announced name change in November 2019.

Competition Rules

The races will be conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the World Athletics*, JAAF and the Race Organizer.
World Athletics Road Race Label Regulations also applies to the Tokyo Marathon, which has been certified by the World Athletics as a Platinum Label road race.
Doping control will be conducted abiding to World Athletics Anti-Doping Regulations.
World Para Athletics Rules and Regulations and the competition rules of the Tokyo Marathon applies to the wheelchair marathon; doping control is conducted under World Para Athletics Anti-Doping Regulations.
*Formerly known as International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) has announced name change in November 2019.

Time Limits
  • 1) Marathon: 7 hours
  • 2) Wheelchair Marathon: 2 hours and 10 minutes
  • 3) 10km Race: 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • 4) Wheelchair 10km race: 35minutes

* The time limits are based on the gun time.
* The cut-off time will be enforced at each checkpoint due to resasons of traffic control, security, and event operation.
* The runners who fail to pass through the checkpoint before the cut-off time will be disqualified from the race.
* Furthermore, trailing runners who lag excessively behind the cut-off time pace may be stopped to leave the course at anytime.

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Maximum number of Participants / Eligibility

Those who fulfill the following conditions, and whose participation is approved by the organizer.

  1. 1) Marathon: Over 19 years of age on the day of the event (Field size: 37,500 runners)
    1. 1-1) General participants
      - Runners who can complete the course within 6 hours and 40 minutes.
      * Runners with disabilities who find it difficult to run without support should run with a guide runner (running with a dog/ guide dog is not allowed).
      * Applies to 200 runners from "RUN as ONE-Tokyo Marathon 2020 (general)".
    2. 1-2) Semi-Elite (Japan and Oversea) (Field size: 1,800 runners)
      - Athletes who meet the criteria set forth in "RUN as ONE - Tokyo Marathon 2020".
      • 1-3) Elite (Applications will commence in December) (Field size: 100 runners)
        - Athletes, registered with the JAAF in fiscal 2019 who satisfy the special requirements set forth by the JAAF.
        - Invited Athletes: domestic and international runners nominated by the JAAF.
      • 1-4) Wheelchair (General participants) (Field size: 10 runners)
        - Participants capable of completing the race within 2 hours and 10 minutes using the racing wheelchair.
        - Participant who has proof of disabilities.
      • 1-5) Wheelchair Elite (Applications will commence in December) (Field size: 30 runners)
        - Athletes who have the following record in the tournament of the World Para Athletics certified races while registered with the JPA in 2019, and anticipated registration with IPC in 2020 who have T53 or T54 class of World Para Athletics Classification and has Class Status R or C with time record of:
        1 hour and 50 minutes or under (Male).
        2 hours or under (Female).
        - Invited Athletes:National and international athletes nominated by the JPA.
  1. 2) 10 km (Field size: 500 runners)
    1. 2-1) Junior & Youth (Field size: 290 runners)
      - Runners between 16 to 18 years of age on the race day, who are capable of finishing the race in 1.5 hours (runners born between March 2, 2001 and March 1, 2004 are eligible).
      * Including those runners who are selected separately by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government under the project related to the Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Support.
    2. 2-2) Visually-impaired: runners 16 years of age or older on the day of the event (Field size: 50 runners) (*Running with a guide dog is not allowed)
      - Runner who can complete the course within 1 hour and 30 minutes.
      - Runner who has proof of disabilities.
      * Runner with disabilities who find it difficult to run without support is allowed to run with a guide runner.
    3. 2-3) Intellectually-impaired: runners 16 year of age or older on the day of the event (Field size: 100 runners)
      - Runner who can complete the race within 1 hour and 30 minutes.
      - Runner who has proof of disabilities.
      * Runner with disabilities who find it difficult to run without support is allowed to run with a guide runner.
    4. 2-4) Transplant Recipients: runners 16 years of age or older on the day of the event (Field size: 50 runners)
      - Runner who can complete the race within 1 hour and 30 minutes
      - Runner who has proof of disabilities or medical certificate, etc. to prove to be transplant recipients.
      * Limited to those who have received an organ transplant or bone marrow transplant.
    5. 2-5) Wheelchair users: participants 16 years of age or older on the day of the event (Field size: 10 participant)
      - Participant who can complete the race within 35 minutes using a racing wheelchair.
      - Participant who has proof of disabilities.
      * Racing wheelchair requirements are specified in the latest "Rules and Regulations" set forth by the World Para Athletics.

Entry Fee

  1. 1. Marathon: Japan residents - 16,200 Yen (from overseas - 18,200 Yen)
  2. 2. 10km Race: Japan residents - 5,600 Yen (from overseas- 6,700 Yen)
* Tax and handling fee included.
Application Procedure

  1. 1) How to Apply:
    Apply through our offcial website either by a computer or a smartphone:
    https://www.marathon.tokyo/en/
  2. 2) Application period:
    • 2-1) ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry
      - Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (JST) until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, July 19, 2019.
      - Available for ONE TOKYO Premium Member, and will be selected by drawing once the 3,000 entry capacity has reached.
    • 2-2) Tokyo Resident Entry (NEW)
      - Monday, July 22, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (JST) until 5:00 p.m. (JST) on Friday, July 31, 2019.
      - Available for Tokyo resident, and will be selected by drawing once the 1,000 entry capacity has reached.
    • 2-3) General Entry
      - Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (JST) until 5:00 p.m. (JST) on Friday, August 30, 2019.
      - Once the entry capacity has reached, the selection will be made by drawing.
    • 2-4) Non-Crowdfunding Charity
      - Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.(JST) until 5:00 p.m. (JST) on Monday, July 8, 2019.
      - Available for 3,700 runners on a first-come first-served basis donating 100,000 yen or more.
    • 2-5) Crowdfunding Charity
      - Monday, July 22, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (JST) until 5:00 p.m. (JST) on Friday, September 13, 2019.
      - The top 300 runners who have collected the most donation through the crowdfunding system.
    • 2-6) Active Charity
      - Monday, July 22, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (JST) until 5:00 p.m. (JST) on Wednesday, September 25, 2019.
      - First 1,000 runners who donate directly to charity recipient.
  3. 3) Selection of applicants:
    - When the maximum number of entries has exceeded, participants will be chosen by random drawing (ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry, Tokyo Resident Entry, and General Entry).
    - The selection result will be announced through "My Entry"*.
    * For more information regarding "My Entry", please refer to http://onetokyo.org/guide?lang=en
  4. 4) Payment:
    Selected entrants must pay the entry fee by credit card before the deadline.
    If the payment is not received by the due date, the application will be void (ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry, Tokyo Resident Entry, and General Entry).
    - Payment by credit card.
    Receipt will not be issued; should you require a receipt of the payment, please refer to the belonging credit card company issued receipt or statement.
  5. 5) Other:
    • 5-1) There will be entry drawing from the "consecutively unsuccessful pool" for Tokyo-resident ONE TOKYO Premium Members and Club Members who were consecutively unsuccessful in entering Tokyo Marathon for 3 years (starting from Tokyo Marathon 2020) for 2023.
    • 5-2) Please refer to our offcial website for more information regarding "RUN as ONE- Tokyo Marathon 2020".
    • 5-3) Elite runners and elite wheelchair entry will commence in December.

Award Presentations

  1. 1) Marathon
    • 1-1) Overall: Top three male and female finishers
    • 1-2) RUN as ONE-Tokyo Marathon 2020 "Wild Card Award": Top three men and female finishers in the semi-elite division.
    • 1-3) Next Generation Athlete Award 2020: Top male and female runner belonging to The Inter-University Athletics Union of Japan.
    • 1-4) Elite runners and elite wheelchair entry will commence in December.
    • * In the above categories, placings will be determined by gun time (time measured from the sound of the starting gun).
  2. 2) 10km
    Junior & Youth, Wheelchair, Visually-impaired runners, Intellectually-impaired runners, Transplant recipients: First three men and first three women
    * Placings will be determined by the net time (a time from when each participant crosses the start line).
    * For each category, the award ceremony will be based on net time.
    * Participant starting from a block that is not assigned will not be subject to receive award.

Prize Money

For both the marathon, and wheelchair marathon races, the prize money accordingly to the results will be awarded in accordance with separate rules.

Packet Pick-Up

  • (1) Date & Time
    February 27 (Thu.) - 28 (Fri.), 2020 10:30-20:00
    February 29 (Fri), 2020 10:30-19:00
    ※The last day will close early.
    ※The registered runner must conduct Packet Pick-up in person.
  • (2) Location
    Packet Pick-up A: Toyosu PIT (6-1-23 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo)
    Packet Pick-up B: Shin-toyosu Brillia Running Stadium (6-4-2 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo)
  • ※The assigned Packet Pick-up location will be specified on your Bib Confirmation. Packet pick-up is allowed only at the assigned location.
    ※Packet pick-up will not be allowed on the race day.

For Inquiries

Tokyo Marathon 2020 Entry Desk
TEL: +81-3-6891-9417
Office hours: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. JST (Excluding Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays)

Other Informations

  1. 1) Excluding the reasons for cancelling the event set forth in the Entry Regulations, the entry fee will not be refunded.
  2. 2) The event will be held complying to all national laws and regulations.
  3. 3) Upon entry, consentment to all of Regulations set forth will be necessary.
  4. 4) Please make every effort to enter the race in the best possible health by training sufficiently prior to the event and consulting with healthcare professional.
  5. 5) Secondary lottery may be held for ONE TOKYO Premium Memebers if any entry vacancy is available.
  6. 6) These Application Rules is set forth for the Tokyo Marathon 2020.


Event Regulations

The regulations with which the Tokyo Marathon applicants and participating runners must comply are established in the Event Regulations.

  • 1. This event will be carried out while abiding to all domestic laws and regulations.
  • 2. In addition to the Event Regulations, the event will adhere to the Race Rules, the Race Regulations, and the Entry Regulations.
  • 3. The event organizer will not be liable to any detriments caused by the followings:
    • (1) Illness or other accidents (excluding emergency treatment).
    • (2) Loss and/or damage of personal property.
    • (3) Late arrival to the race due to trouble with public transportation and/or poor road conditions.
  • 4. In order to execute safe event, the Race Organizer will enforce traffic control in the vicinity of the event.
  • 5. Runners are requested to follow the instruction by the event organizer. Otherwise, he/she will be disqualified from the participation in the race.
  • 6. The course is JAAF, IAAF and AIMS certified. We will not accept any claims againt the course measurement or the distance based on personal devices, such as, GPS distance measurement. Also, you may be disqualified for missing timing mat record and/or if short-cut is discovered.
  • 7. Copyright of images, photographs, articles, race records, location information, coverage of the event, and the usage right for TV broadcasting, newspapers, magazines and the Internet, belongs to the event organizer.
    Aforementioned copyright includes but not limited to names and other personal information such as age and address (country, prefecture and city only) of entrants mentioned in the article covering the event.
  • 8. The event organizer, in recognition of the importance of protecting personal data, abides by all laws and ordinances concerning the protection of personal data and adheres to the event organizer's privacy policy when handling personal data.
  • 9. The event organizer will provide adequate first aid to injury and illness during the race event. In certain cases, the event organizer will provide medical expenses following the event.
  • 10. The event organizer will provide professional medical attention to any injury, illness or accidents and in necessary cases will transfer the patient to the nearest hospital. Medical examination will be done by medical personnel and the information will be shared to the event organizer. Please note, in case of emergency, life rescue is prioritized and the opposite sex may execute the operation (usage of AED, chest compression, and etc.).

Handling of Personal Information

Please refer to our website regarding handling of personal informaion: https://www.marathon.tokyo/en/privacy/


Race Regulations

The event organizer does not permit any participant to run in the race who is in violation of the Race Regulations, laws and regulations, or public order and morals, as well as the prohibitions specified in the following examples 1 through 12.
If any of these are applicable to a participant, the event organizer will not allow the participant to join the race or prevent the participant from continuing the race, even after the start of the event. Any objection against its judgement will not be accepted.

  • 1. Dressed in clothing or wearing a gear that may be dangerous, hurtful or cause other runners to fall; and/or running with the whole part of the face covered.
  • 2. Dressed inappropriately for a sports event or in clothing that is unpleasant to other runners or spectators.
  • 3. Clothing for the purpose of political or religious assertions or propaganda, as well as advertising.
  • 4. Clothing for the purpose of promoting or advertising an individual name, a specific region or an organization that the event organizer does not acknowledge.
  • 5. Use of articles that could cause other runners to mistakenly recognize as a starting signal and cause confusion to the race management, or use of devices with strong sound volume that may disturb other runners.
  • 6. Acts that causes a delay to the race such as dancing, performing, playing instruments, standing near the start or finish lines, or in the streets along the course.
  • 7. Soliciting monetary contributions, signatures, etc.
  • 8. Preventing pedestrians from crossing the course or obstructing the passage of emergency vehicles at certain points, when and where they are allowed to do so.
  • 9. Obstructing the race by failing to follow the instructions by the race officials.
  • 10. Bringing someone other than the guide runner approved by the event organizer.
  • 11. Changing clothes in undesignated locations and/or urinating or defecating at places other than toilet facilities.
  • 12. Occurrence of affair other than those listed in numbers 1 through 11 that the event organizer judges inappropriate for the event.

Entry Regulations

Applicants who cannot observe the Event Regulations, the Race Regulations, or the following set forth will be rejected in the entrant selection (or disqualified after the entry fee payment/race participation), and no refund will be made. Moreover, applicants will never be allowed to participate in our future races.

  • 1. Upon the completion of the entry, the "My Entry" page will automatically be created. Entry status, entry result, entry fee payment, and issuance of Runner Handbook will be available on "My Entry". Note, the "My Entry" page will delete automatically in late May of the following year.
  • 2. A duplicate application for the race entry by the same applicant is prohibited. Also duplicate entry for ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry, Tokyo Resident Entry, and General Entry is not allowed. If duplicate entry is discovered, the entry will be voided and the paid entry fee will not be refunded.
  • 3. Upon entry to Individual Charity, Crowdfunding and/or Active Charity has confirmed, all other entry made will become void.
  • 4. There will be entry drawing for Tokyo-resident ONE TOKYO Premium Members and Club Members who were consecutively unsuccessful in entering Tokyo Marathon for 3 years, starting from Tokyo Marathon 2020, will have the opportunity to enter the "consecutively unsuccessful pool" for 2023. In order to be a subject of this pool, please be sure to be ONE TOKYO member and make an entry via member portal. Note, the first unsuccessful count will start from Tokyo Marathon 2020.
  • 5. False name, date of birth, sex, nationality, residing address, and race records are strictly prohibited. Please carefully check your registered information for they are not allowed to be changed or canceled after submission, excluding the items that can be modified on "My Entry".
  • 6. Entry Gate, Starting Corral, and Baggage Check area cannot be requested to change for any reasons, and no exceptions accepted.
  • 7. The organizer will not be held responsible for any late entry due to error caused by certain PCs, browsers, operating systems and/or poor Internet connectivity.
  • 8. Email delivery check for the registered email address will not be conducted. Note, the organizer will not be responsible for any inconvenience or loss due to trouble with the device (malfunction), system/email setting, failure to receive email or change in email address.
  • 9. Entry desk and administration office will not accept any contact regarding entry status and/or entry result. Please refer to "My Entry" page for your entry result or for Charity Runner entry status.
  • 10. Applicants who fail to pay their entry fee by the designated date will have their entries cancelled automatically, and will not be allowed to participate in the race. Putting the right of entry or the Packet for auction and resell is strictly prohibited. Any participant guilty of breaching this rule will be disqualified, and the entry fee (including donation) will not be refunded.
  • 11. Entry through a travel agencies not approved by the event organizer are not allowed. If discovered, the entry will be voided and the entry fee (including donation) will not be refunded.
  • 12. Participation by an individual other than the applicant (proxy entrants, transferred rights, etc.) is not permitted. The applicant must complete Packet Pick-up (within the EXPO times) during the three days before the race day in person with valid photo ID. Failing to perform Packet Pick-up will result in disqualification from participating in the race (we will not accept registration or Packet Pick-up on the race day). To ensure security and prevent false-entry, please cooperate in photo-registration, wearing of wristband and ID check if requested by the organizer.
  • 13. Entry-fee will be refunded only for case of event cancellation due to snow, flood, structural damage due to strong wind, lightning, tornado, building fire along the course, cancellation order from the authorities concerned, cancellation due to earthquake within Japan, and in case of J-ALERT announcement (war/terrorist). Note, cancellation due to the reason not listed above and not accountable to the Organizer will not be refunded.
  • 14. Entry-fee will not be refunded and deferred entry is not allowed for overpayment or duplicate entry payment, participant disqualification due to violation of rules and regulations, and for withdrawal from an event participation for any reasons and no exceptions accepted.

Tokyo Resident Entry Regulations

Please read and agree to the following terms.

  • 1. Tokyo Resident Entry is for applicant who is Tokyo-resident during the entry period (Monday, July 22, 2019 through Wednesday, July 31, 2019), regardless of the nationality. Note, working area or registered work address in Tokyo is invalid.
  • 2. The applicant of ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry and who meet the condition set forth above is also subject to Tokyo Resident Entry and will automatically be entered.
  • 3. For applicant of ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry who became Tokyo-resident during the entry period is subject to Tokyo Resident Entry, so please be sure to change the address on "My Entry" accordingly to the dates set forth.
  • 4. For those who have been chosen for entry through Tokyo Resident Entry must complete Packet Pick-up during the designated times with valid photo-ID and with valid paper work to prove the residency within Tokyo during the Tokyo Resident Entry period (Mon., July 22 through Wed., July 31, 2019). Failure to confirm your residency may lead to disqualification of the entry and the entry fee will not be refunded.
    *Valid proof of residency: residence card, postmarked mail, utility bill, etc. (any shall have the entrants name, address and dates to confirm. Copy is accepted).
  • Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.
  • STARTS CORPORATION INC.
  • Yamazaki Baking Co., Ltd.
  • ASICS Japan Corp.
  • Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
  • BMW Japan Corp.
  • KINTETSU INTERNATIONAL
  • The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited
  • SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION
  • SECOM CO.,LTD.
  • Toray Industries, Inc.
  • McDonald's Company (Japan), Ltd.
  • Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
  • Seven-Eleven Japan Co.,Ltd.
  • ASAHI BREWERIES, LTD.
  • American Express International, Inc.
  • ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD
  • Photocreate Co.,Ltd
  • Kokumin Kyosai coop(National Federation of Workers and Consumers Kyosai Cooperatives)
  • KONICA MINOLTA, INC.
  • Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co.,Inc.
  • Daiwa Securities Group
  • Shiseido Japan Co.,Ltd
  • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
  • Westin Hotels & Resorts
  • NIHON KOHDEN CORPORATION
  • KOYOU RENTIA Co.,Ltd.
  • Shimizu Octo,Inc.
  • EMTG Co., Ltd.
  • Dole Japan, Inc.
  • SAGAWA EXPRESS CO., LTD.
  • FOD
  • Premier Partner
  • Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.
  • Major Partners
  • STARTS CORPORATION INC.
  • Yamazaki Baking Co., Ltd.
  • ASICS Japan Corp.
  • Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
  • Main Partners
  • BMW Japan Corp.
  • KINTETSU INTERNATIONAL
  • The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited
  • SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION
  • SECOM CO.,LTD.
  • Toray Industries, Inc.
  • McDonald's Company (Japan), Ltd.
  • Active Partners
  • Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
  • Seven-Eleven Japan Co.,Ltd.
  • ASAHI BREWERIES, LTD.
  • American Express International, Inc.
  • ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD
  • Photocreate Co.,Ltd
  • Kokumin Kyosai coop(National Federation of Workers and Consumers Kyosai Cooperatives)
  • KONICA MINOLTA, INC.
  • Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co.,Inc.
  • Daiwa Securities Group
  • Shiseido Japan Co.,Ltd
  • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
  • Westin Hotels & Resorts
  • Supporting Partners
  • NIHON KOHDEN CORPORATION
  • KOYOU RENTIA Co.,Ltd.
  • Shimizu Octo,Inc.
  • EMTG Co., Ltd.
  • Dole Japan, Inc.
  • SAGAWA EXPRESS CO., LTD.
  • FOD