Social Contribution Activities

Kincho has a long relationship with the Republic of Serbia (formerly Yugoslavia) where the Dalmatian pyrethrum originates. In order to further develop the friendly relations fostered between Japan and Serbia, Kincho took on the role of Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Osaka in 2004.
Moreover, teaching about local culture is a communication activity Kincho undertakes.
Kincho continues to build close relations with the local communities that host our business operations, which include donating to the Cultural Promotion Fund operated by Osaka Prefecture, sponsoring a Nohbune at Tenjin Matsuri, one of the three biggest festivals in Japan, co-sponsoring Cerezo Osaka of the J League and participating in the Mirainomori forest conservation initiative.

  • Bronze plaque recognizing Kincho as an Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia

  • Field of Dalmatian pyrethrum

  • Kincho Stadium. Kincho acquired the naming rights to Nagai Stadium as a co-sponsor of J League soccer team Cerezo Osaka.

  • Professional basketball team Osaka Evassa co-sponsored by Kincho

  • Comic book on display at the Entrepreneurial Museum of Challenge and Innovation "The Life of Japanese Entrepreneurs: Eiichiro Ueyama, Dainihon Jochugiku Co., Ltd."

  • "The Secret to Household Insecticides" Kincho donated this picture book to elementary schools across Japan.

  • Nohbune sponsored by Kincho at Tenjin Matsuri (Osaka)

  • Tie-up with Iriyaasagao Matsuri (Tokyo)