CSR

Major Activities in Japan

Mazda Head Office (Hiroshima Prefecture)

Mazda Head Office, located in Hiroshima Prefecture, has many functions, including development, manufacturing, and sales. Based on the three pillars of the Company’s basic policy on social contribution initiatives, the Mazda Head Office conducts a wide variety of social contribution activities, with a particular focus on community contributions in and around Fuchu-cho, Aki-gun and Hiroshima City.

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Mazda Hospital (Hiroshima Prefecture)

Founded on the principle of “providing the best and most up-to-date medical care, and contributing to society with warmth and kindness of heart,” Mazda Hospital is committed to community contribution by providing healthcare as a core community hospital in eastern Hiroshima City.

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Miyoshi Plant (Hiroshima Prefecture)

The Miyoshi Plant, located in Miyoshi City in northern Hiroshima Prefecture, comprises a comprehensive vehicle proving ground and an engine plant. Since the opening of the vehicle proving ground in 1965, the Miyoshi Plant has placed particular focus on community contribution to meet the community’s needs, working in close cooperation with Mazda Group companies in northern Hiroshima Prefecture.

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Hofu Plant (Yamaguchi Prefecture)

The Hofu Plant, located in Hofu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, comprises the automobile plant (Nishinoura District) and the transmission plant (Nakanoseki District). Since the commencement of operations there in 1981, the Hofu Plant has been focusing on the social contribution related to human resources development, and community contributions with the aim of developing in tandem with the local community.

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Mine Proving Ground (Yamaguchi Prefecture)

The Mine Proving Ground is a comprehensive vehicle proving ground located in Mine City, Yamaguchi Prefecture. Since its opening in 2006, the Mine Proving Ground has participated in social contribution activities, taking advantage of the unique features of the facilities.

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Tokyo Office and Mazda R&D Center Yokohama (Tokyo Metropolitan Area and Kanagawa Prefecture)

Under the slogan of “One Metropolitan Area,” since FY March 2013 Tokyo Office and Mazda R&D Center Yokohama (MRY) have strengthened their mutual coordination and continued to participate in unique social contribution activities. It is characteristic of Tokyo Office and MRY to conduct socially beneficial activities in collaboration with Mazda vehicle owners.

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Hokkaido Kenbuchi Proving Ground (Hokkaido)

The Hokkaido Kenbuchi Proving Ground is located in Kenbuchi-cho, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido. At this comprehensive vehicle-proving ground, automotive cold-weather testings are conducted from January to February. Since its opening in 1990, the Hokkaido Kenbuchi Proving Ground has participated in socially beneficial activities with particular focus on community contributions, by supporting activities to develop Kenbuchi as a “picture book town,” and promoting initiatives taking advantage of the unique features of the proving ground.

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Group Companies

Mazda Group Companies are fulfilling their responsibilities through ongoing involvement in socially beneficial activities tailored to the needs of local communities.

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Dealerships

Distributors in Japan are fulfilling their responsibilities through ongoing involvement in socially beneficial activities tailored to the needs of local communities.

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Mazda Foundation

Mazda established the Mazda Foundation charitable organization in 1984 to “conduct activities to promote science and technology and the sound development of youth, to share prosperity with the people of the world, and to build a society where people can lead rich and fulfilling lives.”

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Letter from Mazda

Mazda began publishing Letter from Mazda in 1995 to share the information about Mazda's social-contribution activities, products and business operations, particularly with the people living nearby its Head Office in Hiroshima, Japan. Today, Mazda publishes Letter from Mazda four times a year.

Letter from Mazda