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INITIATIVES FOR SDGs

The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum is committed to taking on various challenges leading up to 2030, the target year for achieving the SDGs. These efforts align with the eternal guiding principle of its founder, which is to be an art museum that speaks about the world, and its motto, or fundamental idea, which is to be an art museum that fosters global citizenship. Additionally, we are dedicated to fulfilling our roles and responsibilities as a museum.

The Tokyo Fuji Art Museum has established specific goals and is working on the following items.

Practical Initiatives

Goal 1: No Poverty

  • Promotion of museum use through admission fee exemptions and discounts for elementary and junior high school students, older people, people with disabilities, and groups
  • Installation of the free menstrual pad dispenser OiTr

Goal 2: Zero Hunger

  • Restaurant dishes made with non-standard vegetables

Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being

  • Stress checks for mental and physical health

Goal 4: Quality Education for All

  • Activities such as collection, conservation, research, exhibition, and dissemination of cultural properties
  • Promotion of museum use through admission fee exemptions and discounts for elementary and junior high school students, older people, people with disabilities, and groups
  • Museum education activities through group viewings and classes
  • Installation of barrier-free facilities and equipment in the building
  • Conducting events and exhibitions online
  • Museum education activities and lectures offered through the Revive Time: Kaki Tree Project teach about the importance of peace and the value of life

Goal 5: Achieve Gender Equality

  • Installation of the free menstrual pad dispenser OiTr
  • Installation of unisex multipurpose toilets
  • Promotion of maternity leave, childcare leave, and menstrual leave

Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Promotion of measures such as switching to LED lights and powering off electronics when not in use

Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

  • Job creation for people such as foreign nationals and persons with disabilities

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

  • Activities such as collection, conservation, research, exhibition, and dissemination of cultural properties

Goal 10: Reduce Inequality Within and Among Countries

  • Promotion of museum use through admission fee exemptions and discounts for elementary and junior high school students, older people, and people with disabilities
  • Installation of barrier-free facilities and equipment in the building
  • Conducting events and exhibitions online
  • Installation of the free menstrual pad dispenser OiTr
  • Installation of unisex multipurpose toilets
  • Promotion of maternity leave, childcare leave, and menstrual leave

Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Collection, conservation, research, exhibition, and dissemination of cultural properties
  • Promotion of museum use through admission fee exemptions and discounts for elementary and junior high school students, older people, and people with disabilities
  • Museum education activities through group viewings and classes
  • Installation of barrier-free facilities and equipment in the building
  • Conducting events and exhibitions online
  • Museum education activities and lectures offered through the Revive Time: Kaki Tree Project teach about the importance of peace and the value of life
  • Installation of the free menstrual pad dispenser OiTr
  • Installation of unisex multipurpose toilets
  • Acceptance of travel agency tours and regional tickets

Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Digitization of survey forms and posters

Goal 14: Life Below Water

  • Promotion of reusable water bottles and shopping bags

Goal 15: Life on Land

  • Digitization of survey forms and posters

Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

  • Museum education activities and lectures offered through the Revive Time: Kaki Tree Project teach about the importance of peace and the value of life

Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals

  • Collaboration with individuals, companies, organizations, and research institutions to promote partnerships both domestically and internationally

These practical initiatives are also linked to the four items of our Vision (Code of Conduct).

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