Articles of Incorporation


Chapter 1 General Provisions

(Name)
Article 1 The name of this Foundation shall be 公益財団法人後藤喜代子・ポールブルダリ癌基金協会, in English "Kiyoko Goto and Paul Bourdarie Cancer Foundation" (hereafter referred to as the "Foundation").
(Office)
Article 2 The Principal Office of the Foundation shall be located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
2  The Foundation may have subordinate offices at other locations as may be necessary upon resolution by the Board of Directors.
(Public Notice)
Article 3 Public notices from the Foundation shall be made by posting such notices at a place in its principal office that is easily viewable by the public.

Chapter 2 Objectives and Activities

(Mission)
Article 4 By supporting and recognizing Japanese medical scientists/doctors engaged in basic and clinical practices who have published excellent papers on cancer treatments and preventive measures (lung cancers in particular), the Foundation contributes to eliminating all forms of cancer.
(Activity)
Article 5 In order to pursue our mission, as described in Article 4, the Foundation intends to carry out three activities in Japan and overseas.
(1)The Foundation awards prizes to Japanese medical scientists/doctors engaged in basic and clinical practices who have published excellent cancer research papers contributing to the elimination of all forms of cancer.
(2)The Foundation hosts or cohosts lectures, symposiums, and other events in order to promote and expand cancer research and to inspire hope for the elimination of all forms of cancer.
(3)In addition to (1) and (2), the Foundation aims to engage in a wide range activities that are regarded as being indispensable to the pursuit of our mission.
2 The activities described above will be carried out by the Foundation in Japan and overseas.

Chapter 3 Assets and Accounting

(Types of Assets)
Article 6 The Foundation shall have two types of assets: Basic Assets and other assets.
2 Basic Assets shall consist of:
(1)Assets specified by the Board of Directors as those indispensable for activities to achieve the objectives of the Foundation.
3 Other assets shall consist of assets other than Basic Assets.
4 In the case of assets donated on and after the date of authorization as a public interest incorporated foundation, at least half of the value of the said assets shall be used for the public interest activity as described in Paragraph 1 of the preceding Article. Handling of such assets shall be in accordance with the Donation Handling Management Rules separately provided by a resolution of the Board of Directors.
(Maintenance and Disposal of Basic Assets)
Article 7 Management of the Basic Assets shall be carried out with the same standard of care as that of a prudent manager so as to accomplish the objectives of the Foundation.
2  If any portion of the Basic Assets is to be disposed of or to be removed from the Basic Assets for any unavoidable reason, prior approval by the Board of Councilors shall be required.
(Management and Investment of the Assets)
Article 8 The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall manage and invest the assets of the Foundation in accordance with the Assets Management and Investment Regulations separately provided by a resolution of the Board of Directors.
(Business Year)
Article 9 The business year of the Foundation shall commence on April 1 of each year and end on March 31 of the following year.
(Plan for Activities and Budget)
Article 10 The documents describing the Foundation's plan for activities, cashflow budget and estimates of fund procurement and investment into equipment, shall be prepared by the Chairperson of the Board of Directors and approved by the Board of Directors before the day prior to the commencement of each business year. The same procedures shall be applied to any changes made.
2 The documents described in the preceding paragraph shall be kept at the principal office until the end of the applicable business year for public viewing.
(Report of Activities and Financial Results)
Article 11  With regard to reports of the Foundation's activities and its financial results, the following documents shall be prepared by the Chairperson of the Board of Directors after the end of each business year. The documents shall be audited by the Auditors and then approved by the Board of Directors.
(1)Report of Activities;
(2)Supplementary statement annexed to the Report of Activities;
(3)Balance Sheet;
(4)Profit and Loss Statement (Statement of Changes in Net Assets);
(5)Supplementary statement annexed to the Balance Sheet and the Profit and Loss Statement (Statement of Changes in Net Assets); and
(6)List of Assets.
2 Among the documents approved as described in the preceding paragraph, documents described in (1), (3), (4) and (6) shall be submitted to an ordinary meeting of the Board of Councilors, where the contents of (1) shall be reported and others shall be approved.
3  In addition to the documents described in Paragraph 1 above, the documents listed below shall be kept for five years at the principal office for public viewing. The Articles of Incorporation shall be kept at the principal office (and subordinate offices) for public viewing.
(1) Audit Report;
(2)List of Directors, Auditors and Councilors;
(3)Documents describing the standard on remuneration payment to Directors, Auditors and Councilors; and
(4)Documents describing the outline of the structure of the Foundation's operations and the Foundation's activities as well as other material quantitative factors related to them.
(Calculation of Remaining Amount of the Public Interest Purposes Acquired Property)
Article 12 The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall, in accordance with Article 48 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Public Interest Authorization Act, calculate the remaining amount of public interest purposes acquired property as of the end of the applicable business year and describe the result in the document listed in Paragraph 3, Item (4) of the preceding Article.

Chapter 4 Councilors

(Number of Councilors)
Article 13 The Foundation shall have at least three but not more than seven Councilors.
(Election and Dismissal of Councilors)
Article 14 The Councilors shall be elected and dismissed by resolution of the Board of Councilors in accordance with Articles 179 through 195 of the Act on General Incorporated Associations and General Incorporated Foundations (hereafter referred to as the "General Association/Foundation Act")
2 Councilors to be elected shall satisfy the requirements below.
(1)The number of Councilors who fit within the descriptions in a. through f. below shall not exceed one third of the total number of Councilors.
a. The spouse of, or relatives within the third degree of relationship of, one of any of the councilors, in addition to that councilor;
b. The person who is substantially married to any Councilor though their marriage has not been registered;
c. Employees of any Councilor;
d. Those other than b. or c. whose livelihood depends on money or other assets received from any Councilor;
e. Spouses of those listed in c. or d.; and
f. Relatives within the third degree of relationship of those listed in b. through d., and who live on common living expenses with those listed in b. through d.
(2)The number of Councilors who hold the titles listed in a. to d. below in another organization (except for a public interest incorporated corporation) shall not exceed one third of the total number of Councilors.
a. Director;
b. Employee; and
c. Officers other than a director of another identical organization (representative or manager if the body is an incorporated body and they are specified in its rules) or associates who perform any duties for that body.
d. Staff of the following organizations (except for Diet members and assembly members of local government):
i) National organization;
ii) Local government;
iii) Incorporated administrative agency specified in Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the Act on Genera,l Rules for Incorporated Administrative Agency;
iv) National university corporation as specified in Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the National University Corporation Act or Inter-University Research Institute Corporation as specified in Paragraph 3 of such Article;
v) Incorporated administrative agency as specified in Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the Local Incorporated Administrative Agency Act; and
vi) Special corporation (Corporation which has been established via special procedures under a special law and to which the provision of Article 4, Paragraph 15 of the Act for Establishment of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications applies) or authorized corporation (Corporation which has been established under a special law and which requires authorization by the competent administrative authority for establishment).
3 No Councilor may serve as a Director, Auditor or employee of the Foundation or its subsidiaries.
4 Any change in Councilors shall be registered within two weeks and the competent administrative authority shall be notified without delay.
5 The number of Councilors who is a Director and his/her relatives or other persons having special relation with him/her, or a Councilor and his/her relatives or other persons having special relation with him/her shall not exceed one third of all present Councilors. Additionally, an auditor and his/her relatives or other persons having special relation with him/her shall not be Councilors.
(Term of Office)
Article 15 The term of office of a Councilor shall expire at the end of the ordinary meeting of the Board of Councilors in the last business year ending within six years after his/her election. However, he/she may be reelected as a Councilor.
2 The term of office of a Councilor elected to replace any former Councilor who resigns before the expiration of his/her term shall run until the expiration of the term of office of his/her predecessor.
3  If the number of Councilors would otherwise fall below the minimum number required by Article 13, a Councilor shall continue to have rights and duties as a Councilor even after the expiration of his/her term of office or after his/her resignation until a newly elected Councilor takes office.
(Remuneration for Councilors)
Article 16 Councilors shall receive the remuneration calculated in accordance with the remuneration payment standard separately provided by the Board of Councilors,
provided that total remuneration amount in a fiscal year shall not exceed 1,000,000 Japanese yen.
The date of payment and other procedures shall be specified by the Remuneration Regulations that will be separately provided by the Board of Directors.
2 Councilors may be reimbursed for the costs incurred in performance of their duties. The payment standard in such cases shall be separately specified by resolution of the Board of Councilors.

Chapter 5 Board of Councilors

(Organization)
Article 17 The Board of Councilors shall consist of all Councilors.
(Authority)
Article 18 The Board of Councilors shall make resolutions on the following matters:
(1) Election and dismissal of Directors and Auditors;
(2)Amount of remuneration for Directors and Auditors;
(3)Standards concerning the payment of remuneration to Councilors;
(4)Approval of Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Statement (Statement of Changes in Net Assets);
(5)Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation;
(6)Disposal of residual property;
(7)Approval of the disposal of, or removal from being categorized as, a Basic Asset; and
(8)Other matters that should be decided by resolution of the Board of Councilors in accordance with applicable laws and regulations or these Articles of Incorporation.
(Meetings)
Article 19 The Board of Councilors shall hold an ordinary meeting of the Board of Councilors within three months after the end of every business year and hold extraordinary meetings when necessary.
(Convocation)
Article 20 Unless otherwise provided by laws or regulations, the Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall convene a meeting of the Board of Councilors on the basis of a resolution of the Board of Directors.
2 A Councilor may request convocation of a meeting of the Board of Councilors by explaining the reason(s) for convocation and the items to be discussed to the Chairperson of the Board of Directors.
3 To convene a meeting of the Board of Councilors, the Chairperson shall issue a written notice to the Councilors describing the date, time, place and matters to be considered, such as the purposes of the meeting, by the date that is one week prior to the date of the meeting.
4 The Chairperson of the Board of Directors may issue a notice via electromagnetic means in lieu of a written notice prescribed in the preceding paragraph upon approval of each Councilor. In such case, it shall be deemed that a written notice in the preceding paragraph has been issued.
(Chairpersonship)
Article 21 The Chairperson of the Board of Councilors shall be elected from the Councilors present at the meeting of the Board of Councilors.
(Resolution)
Article 22 A majority of the Councilors, excluding those who have special interest in the matter subject to resolution, shall constitute a quorum, and a resolution of the Board of Councilors shall be made by a majority vote of the Councilors present.
2 Notwithstanding the provision in the preceding paragraph, the following resolutions must be agreed by at least two thirds of the Councilors, excluding those who have a special interest in the resolution.
(1) Dismissal of an Auditor
(2)Matters regarding the remuneration for Councilors
(3)Matters regarding the remuneration for Directors and Auditors
(4)Partial exemption of responsibility for an Officer
(5)Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation
(6)Approval of the disposal of, or removal from being categorized as, a Basic Asset;
(7)Any other matters specified by laws or regulations
3 For election of a Director or Auditor, the resolution as described in Paragraph 1 shall be made for each individual candidate. If the total number of candidates for Directors or Auditors exceeds the maximum number, as specified in Article 27 of these Articles of Incorporation, appointment shall be made to the candidates who have received the majority of votes in the order of the number of votes won by each candidate until all positions are filled.
(Omission of Resolution)
Article 23 If all Councilors who are eligible to vote on a certain proposal made by a Director regarding matters to be voted on by the Board of Councilors express agreement in writing or via electromagnetic means, it shall be deemed that a resolution to approve that proposal is made by the Board of Councilors.
(Omission of Report)
Article 24 If a Director notifies all Councilors of a certain matter that is to be reported to the Board of Councilors, and all Councilors agree in writing or via electromagnetic means that it is not necessary for the Director to report that matter to the Board of Councilors, it shall be deemed that the matter has been reported at a meeting of the Board of Councilors.
(Minutes)
Article 25  Minutes shall be prepared for the meetings of the Board of Councilors as required by any applicable laws and regulations.
2 The Chairperson of the Board of Councilors shall sign or affix their seals to the minutes.
3  In relation to situations applying Articles 23 and 24, the Representative Director shall prepare and seal the Minutes.
(Rules to Manage the Board of Councilors)
Article 26 The matters required for management of the Board of Councilors shall be settled in accordance with the Rules to Manage the Board of Councilors, as specified by the Board of Councilors, as well as in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and these Articles of Incorporation.

Chapter 6 Officers

(Officers)
Article 27 The Foundation shall have the following Officers:
(1)At least three, but not more than five Directors; and
(2)Not more than two Auditors.
2 One of the Directors shall be appointed as the Chairperson of the Board of Directors (the "Chairperson").
3 The Chairperson as described in the preceding paragraph shall be the Representative Director under the General Associations/Foundations Act.
(Election of Officers)
Article 28 Among the Directors of the Foundation, the sum of one of the Directors and his/her relatives or any other persons having a special relationship with him/her shall not exceed one third of the current total number of Directors of the Foundation.
2 None of the Foundation's Directors (or his/her relatives or other persons having special relation with him/her), Councilors (or his/her relatives or other people having special relation with him/her) or Foundation's employees shall be appointed as an Auditor of the Foundation. No Auditor shall be related to or otherwise have any special relationship with any other Auditor.
(Duties and Authority of Directors)
Article 29 The Directors shall constitute the Board of Directors and shall execute their duties in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations and these Articles of Incorporation.
2 The Chairperson shall represent the Foundation and shall execute his/her duties in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations and these Articles of Incorporation.
3 The Chairperson shall report the status of their duties at the meeting of the Board of Directors at least twice in every business year at intervals of at least four months.
(Duties and Authority of Auditor)
Article 30 An Auditor shall audit the execution of the duties by the Directors and shall prepare an audit report in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.
2 An Auditor may at any time request Directors and employees to report their activities and investigate the status of operations and assets of the Foundation.
3  In addition to the Auditor's audits as specified in applicable laws and regulations and these Articles of Incorporation, audits shall be conducted in accordance with the Auditor Audit Regulations as specified by all of the Auditors.
(Term of Office of Officers)
Article 31 The term of office of a Director shall expire at the end of the ordinary meeting of the Board of Councilors for the last business year ending within two years after his/her election. However, he/she may be reappointed as a Director.
2 The term of office of an Auditor shall expire at the end of the ordinary meeting of the Board of Councilors for the last business year ending within four years after his/her election. However he/she may be reappointed as an Auditor.
3  The term of office of a Director or Auditor appointed as a substitute for a Director or Auditor who resigned prior to the expiration of his/her term shall run until the expiration of the term of office of his/her predecessor.
4 If the number of Directors or Auditors would otherwise fall below the minimum number required by Article 27, Paragraph 1, a Director or Auditor shall continue to have rights and duties as a Director or Auditor even after the expiration of his/her term of office or after his/her resignation until a newly elected Director or Auditor takes office.
(Dismissal of Officers)
Article 32 A Director or an Auditor may be dismissed by resolution of the Board of Councilors If any of the following situations occur:
(1)The Director or Auditor violates his/her obligations in relation to their duties or fails to perform his/her duties; or
(2)The Director or Auditor has a physical or mental disorder and has difficulty in executing his/her duties or cannot perform his/her duties.
(Remuneration etc.)
Article 33 Directors and Auditors shall receive the remuneration calculated in accordance with the remuneration payment standard separately provided by the Board of Councilors. The date of payment and other procedures shall be specified by the Remuneration Regulations that will be separately provided by the Board of Directors.
2 Directors and Auditors may be reimbursed for the costs incurred in the performance of their duties. The payment standard in such cases shall be separately specified by resolution of the Board of Councilors.
(Restriction of Transactions)
Article 34 Prior to undertaking any of the transactions described below, a Director shall disclose facts material to the transaction and obtain approval at the meeting of the Board of Directors.
(1) Any transactions carried out for themselves or for a third party which is in line with the business of the Foundation;
(2) Transactions with this Foundation for himself/herself or for a third party; or
(3) The Foundation's guarantee of the Director's debts or any other transaction with a third party which causes conflict of interest between the Foundation and the Director
2 A Director who has engaged in any of the transactions identified in the preceding paragraph shall, without delay, report the facts material to the transaction at the Board of Directors after each such transaction.
(Exemption from Liability for Damages of Officers)
Article 35 The Foundation may be exempted, to the extent which the laws and regulations stipulate, from liability for damages due to the failure by Directors and/or Auditors to exercise due care, under the provisions of Article 114, Paragraph 1, as applied mutatis mutandis pursuant to Article 198 of the General Associations/Foundations Act, by a resolution of the Board of Councilors.
(Honorary Advisor)
Article 36 The Foundation may have up to 5 Honorary Advisors.
2 The Honorary Advisors shall perform the following duties:
(1)Advise the Chairperson; and
(2)Express opinions on the matters consulted on by the Board of Directors.
3 The Honorary Advisors shall be elected by the Board of Directors.
4 The term of office of the Honorary Advisors shall be two years, but they may be reelected.
5 No remuneration shall be paid to the Honorary Advisors. However, they may be reimbursed for the costs incurred in the performance of their duties.
(Honorary Chairperson)
Article 37 The Foundation may have an Honorary Chairperson.
2 The Honorary Chairperson shall be selected by the Board of Directors from the Chairpersons in the past who made a remarkable achievement for the Foundation.
3 The Honorary Chairperson shall, upon request from the Chairperson, give advice on important matters related to this Foundation.
4 The Honorary Chairperson shall not have the right of representation.
5 The Honorary Chairperson shall not receive any remuneration. Note that, however, the costs required for performing his/her duties may be borne by the Foundation.

Chapter 7 Board of Directors

(Organization)
Article 38 The Board of Directors shall consist of all Directors.
(Authority)
Article 39 The Board of Directors shall perform the following duties:
(1)Make decisions on the execution of the projects of the Foundation;
(2)Supervise execution of the duties of the Directors; and
(3)Elect and dismiss the Chairperson.
(Types of Meetings and Convocation)
Article 40 There are two types of Board of Directors meetings: ordinary meeting of the Board of Directors and extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors.
2 The ordinary meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held twice or more in every business year.
3 The extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held:
(1)When the Chairperson judges it necessary;
(2)When a Director other than the Chairperson requests the Chairperson to convene a meeting of the Board of Directors by giving a written notice describing the matter to be discussed at the Board of Directors;
(3)When a Director making the above request convenes a meeting of the Board of Directors in the case where a convocation notice stating a date for the meeting of the Board of Directors within two weeks from the above request is not issued within five days of the request as specified in the preceding Item; or
(4)When an Auditor requests the Chairperson for convocation or an Auditor convenes a meeting in accordance with provisions of Paragraphs 2 and 3 under Article 101, as applied mutatis mutandis pursuant to Article 197 of the General Associations/Foundations Act.
(Convocation)
Article 41 The Chairperson shall convene a meeting of the Board of Directors except in cases where a Director convenes a meeting under Paragraph 3, Item 3 of the preceding Article and where an Auditor convenes a meeting under the latter case of Item 4 in Paragraph 3 of the preceding Article.
2 If the Chairperson is unavailable due to absence or accident, another Director shall convene a meeting of the Board of Directors.
3 A Director (in the case of Paragraph 3, Item 3 of the preceding Article) or an Auditor (in the case of Paragraph 3, Item 4 (latter half) of the preceding Article) shall convene a meeting of the Board of Directors.
4 The Chairperson shall, in the case of Paragraph 3, Item 2 or the first case of Item 4 of the preceding Article, convene within five days from the request an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors specifying a date within two weeks from the request as the date of the meeting.
5 The person who convenes a meeting of the Board of Directors shall issue a written notice stating the date and time and place of the meeting and the matters that shall be the subject of discussion at the meeting, which shall be given to the Directors and Auditors by the date that is one week prior to the date of the meeting of the Board of Directors.
6 Notwithstanding the provision in the above paragraph, a meeting of the Board of Directors may be held without the convocation procedures provided that all Directors and Auditors consent.
(Chairmanship)
Article 42 The Chairperson shall chair the meeting of the Board of Directors. If the Chairperson is unavailable due to absence or accident, another Director shall chair the meeting.
(Resolution)
Article 43 A majority of all Directors, excluding those who have special interest in the resolution, shall constitute a quorum. A resolution of the Board of Directors shall be made by a majority vote of the Directors present.
(Omission of Resolution)
Article 44 If all Directors who are eligible to vote on a certain proposal made by a Director regarding matters to be voted on by the Board of Directors express agreement in writing or via electromagnetic means (except when the Auditor makes an objection against that proposal), it shall be deemed that a resolution to approve that proposal has been made by the Board of Directors.
(Omission of report)
Article 45  If a Director or Auditor sends a notice to all Directors and Auditors on a certain matter to be reported to the Board of Directors, it is not necessary to report that matter to a meeting of the Board of Directors.
2 The provision of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to the report described in the provision of Article 29, Paragraph 3.
(Minutes)
Article 46 Minutes shall be prepared for the meetings of the Board of Directors as required by any applicable laws and regulations.
2 The Chairperson and Auditors present shall sign or affix their seal on the minutes described in the preceding paragraph.
(Rules to Manage the Board of Directors)
Article 47 The matters required for management of the Board of Directors shall be settled in accordance with the Rules to Manage the Board of Directors provided by the Board of Directors as well as with any applicable laws and regulations and these Articles of Incorporation.

Chapter 8 Advisory Committee

(The Committee)
Article 48 In order to ensure the smooth promotion of the activities of the Foundation, an Advisory Committee shall be established.
2 Members of the Advisory Committee shall be elected at meetings of the Board of Councilors.
3 Duties, organization and other matters required for management in relation to the Advisory Committee shall be in accordance with the Rules of the Advisory Committee separately specified by a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Chapter 9 Committees

(Committees)
Article 49 In order to ensure the smooth promotion of the Foundation's activities, the Foundation may establish certain committees by resolutions of the Board of Directors.
2 Members of the committees shall be elected at meetings of the Board of Directors.
3 Duties, organization and other matters required for management of the committees shall be in accordance with the Rules on Committees separately provided by a resolution of the Board of Directors.

Chapter 10 Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation and Dissolution

(Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation)
Article 50 These Articles of Incorporation may be amended by a resolution of the Board of Councilors.
2 The provision of the preceding paragraph shall also apply to Article 4, Article 5 and Article 14 of these Articles of Incorporation.
(Dissolution)
Article 51 The Foundation shall be dissolved if the Foundation finds itself unable to successfully carry out its activities to achieve its objectives due to a loss of the Basic Assets or for any other reasons stipulated in any applicable laws or regulations.
(Donation as a Result of Cancellation of Public Interest Corporation Authorization)
Article 52 If the authorization of the Foundation as Public Interest Incorporated Foundation is cancelled or the Foundation ceases to exist as a result of merger (excluding a case where a juridical person that succeeds the rights and obligations of the Foundation is a public interest corporation), the assets of the amount equivalent to the remaining amount of the public interest purposes acquired property shall be, upon resolution of the Board of Councilors, donated to corporations listed in Article 5, Item 17 of the Public Interest Corporation Authorization Act, or to the state or any local government within one month from the date of cancellation of authorization as a public interest corporation or the date of merger.
(Ownership of Residual Property)
Article 53 Any residual property retained by the Foundation after liquidation shall be, upon resolution of the Board of Councilors, donated to corporations listed in Article 5, Item 17 of the Public Interest Corporation Authorization Act, or to the state or any local government.

Chapter 11 Administration Office

(Administration Office)
Article 54 The Foundation shall establish an Administration Office for its administrative operations.
2 The Administration Office shall have a Secretary-General and necessary staff members.
3 Important staff including the Secretary-General and general managers shall be appointed and dismissed by the Chairperson after obtaining approval from the Board of Directors.
4 Staff members other than the important staff mentioned above shall be appointed and dismissed by the Chairperson.
5  Matters required for organization and management of the administration office shall be separately specified by the Chairperson upon resolution of the Board of Directors.

Chapter 12 Supporting Members

(Members)
Article 55 Individuals and organizations that support the objectives of the Foundation and are willing to cooperate in its activities may be Members.
2 Matters required in relation to Members shall be agreed upon by resolution of the Board of Directors, in accordance with the separately provided rules concerning admission, withdrawal and fees for the Members.

Chapter 13 Information Disclosure and Personal Information Protection

(Disclosure of Information)
Article 56 The Foundation shall, in order to promote its fair and open activities, positively disclose the status of its activities, operation contents, financial data etc.
2 Matters required for information disclosure shall be in accordance with the Rules on Information Disclosure separately provided by a resolution of the Board of Directors.
(Protection of Personal Information)
Article 57 The Foundation shall make every effort to protect personal information obtained in the course of its activities.
2 Matters required for personal information protection shall be separately provided by a resolution of the Board of Directors.
I verify the items above are our Articles of Incorporation here.

Representative Director Yasuhiro Fukui