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Cleaning and beautification of land and sea

At the J:COM Group, we value and foster relationships with our customers and the local community, and we believe that one of our most important missions is to help our customers experience a richer life through cleaning and beautification activities.


As part of our nationwide activities, we are carrying out a campaign called "CLEAN UP OUR TOWN," in which the entire group comes together to clean up local areas from Hokkaido in the north to Kyushu in the south.

  • *To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, the event has been canceled from 2020.

Activities in each region

In addition to nationwide activities, group companies and bureaus in each region carry out cleaning and beautification activities that meet the issues and needs of their own local communities, together with local governments and organizations.

Clean Sea Town Kisarazu Contest (Kisarazu Station)

In addition to coastal cleanup activities with local residents, the Kisarazu Bureau has been hosting the Kisarazu Clean Seaside Contest since 2016. We solicited posters from elementary schools in Kisarazu City, Chiba Prefecture to help reduce waste, and the best posters were put up on signs near the sea to encourage people to improve their manners.

Katsura River Basin Cleanup Campaign (Kyoto Miyabijon Bureau)

We cleaned up the Katsura River basin from Hiyoshi-cho, Nantan-shi, Kyoto to Shimamoto-cho, Mishima-gun, Osaka. The Kyoto Miyabijon station has been participating since the 4th time, and has been working together with local youth baseball teams, local companies, organizations, and residents.
In addition to cleaning activities, the aim is to raise awareness of beautification, such as "don't throw away garbage, don't let people throw it away," and aim to deepen the bonds and exchanges that are born from this.

  • *Cancelled from 2020 to 2022 due to coronavirus

Plogging (Oita station)

With the theme of contributing to the community through sports, in December 2021, a new Swedish fitness program “Plogging” will be held in collaboration with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and four local companies in Oita City, where people will pick up trash while jogging. We aim to engage in fun and healthy activities with local residents. In the future, we will continue our activities with the aim of raising awareness of the SDGs throughout the region.

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