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Number of Shiseido Group Employees

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Total (persons) As of January 1 each year in Japan and as of December 31 of the previous year outside Japan 45,094 44,900 45,493 46,763
Female Ratio (%) All Shiseido Group As of December 31 of the previous year 84.7 83.8 83.1 85.6
Shiseido Group in Japan As of January 1 each year 83.3 83.4 83.0 82.6

Number of Employees by Region(persons)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Japan As of January 1 each year 23,276 23,505 ☑24,346 ☑24,884
China As of December 31 of the previous year 9,375 8,792 8,264 8,975
Asia Pacific 3,653 3,663 3,699 4,635
Americas 6,399 6,169 4,314 3,685
Europe 2,391 2,861 4,675 4,386
Travel Retail - 133 225 198

Data marked with ☑ has been third-party certified.
Scope: Shiseido Group in Japan(22 companies)

Independent Assurance Statement for Social Data[ PDF : 162KB ]

Number of Employees by Type of Employment(persons)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Japan Employees Total As of January 1 each year 14,807 15,784 16,704 17,322
Male 3,168 3,271 3,598 3,714
Female 11,639 12,513 13,106 13,608
Fixed-term contract employees Total 8,469 7,721 7,642 7,562
Male 706 628 559 605
Female 7,763 7,093 7,083 6,957

Number of Leaders(persons)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Japan Leaders*1 Male As of January 1 each year 866 792 ☑817 ☑813
Female 353 265 ☑389 ☑403
Junior managers*2 Male 519 612 589 606
Female 233 214 384 244

Data marked with ☑ has been third-party certified.
Scope: Shiseido Group in Japan (22 companies)

  • *1: Leaders: Manager position holders and annual salary system employees
  • *2: Junior managers: Manager position holders without subordinates and career path employees with subordinates

Independent Assurance Statement for Social Data[ PDF : 162KB ]

Ratio of Female Leaders(%)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
All Shiseido Group Ratio of female leaders As of January 1 each year in Japan and as of December 31 of the previous year outside Japan 53.2 53.9 54.8 52.7*1
Japan Ratio of female leaders*2
Target: To achieve 40.0% in 2020
As of January 1 each year 29.0 25.1 ☑32.3 ☑33.1
Ratio of female junior managers*3 31.0 25.9 39.5 28.7
China Ratio of female leaders As of December 31 of the previous year 57.6 66.3 57.0 61.2
Asia Pacific 63.8 66.3 65.4 69.8
Americas 77.4 74.6 72.6 70.5
Europe 61.7 65.9 63.4 73.9
Travel Retail 19.6 48.5

Data marked with ☑ has been third-party certified.
Scope: Shiseido Group in Japan(22 companies)

  • *1: Ratio of female junior managers in all Shiseido Group: 54.2%.
  • *2: Leaders: Manager position holders and annual salary system employees
  • *3: Junior managers: Manager position holders without subordinates and career path employees with subordinates

Independent Assurance Statement for Social Data[ PDF : 162KB ]

Diversity in Top Management

Indicator April 2019 April 2020
Ratio of female directors and Audit & Supervisory Board members(%) 45.5 46.2
Ratio of external directors and Audit & Supervisory Board members(%) 54.5 53.8

Ratio of Employees with Disabilities*1(%)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Shiseido Company, Limited As of June 1 each year 3.3 3.19 3.25 3.06
Shiseido Group in Japan*2 2.02 ☑2.05 ☑2.12 2.21
Target 2.0 2.2 2.2 2.2

Data marked with ☑ has been third-party certified.

  • *1: Ratio of Employees with Disabilities:Physically and intellectually disabled persons are included, and the employment rate for disabled persons is indicated by three significant figures.
  • *2: Shiseido Group in Japan: 10 special subsidiary companies of Shiseido Group

Independent Assurance Statement for Social Data[ PDF : 162KB ]

Employee Diversity

Indicator Period Age group 2020
Ratio of employees by age group Shiseido Group in Japan As of January 1 each year Under 30 years old 50.2
30-50 years old 19.8
Over 50 years old 29.9
 
Indicator Period 2018 2019 2020
Number of non-Japanese hires in Japan Shiseido Company, Limited As of January 1 each year 330 390 467
Ratio of non-Japanese hires in Japan (%) 1.4 1.6 1.9

Average Service Years of Employees(years)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan
Employees (excluding fixed-term contract employees)
Average As of January 1 each year 16.5 15.6 14.9 14.5
Male 18.2 17.3 15.5 14.9
Female 16.0 15.1 14.7 14.4

Job Turnover Rate(%)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan Manager positions/Career path positions 2.4 2.1 2.9 3.4
Shiseido Japan Co., Ltd. Beauty consultant (BC) positions only (excluding fixed-term contract employees) 3.9 3.4 3.7 3.3

Working Hours

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Working hours Total annual hours worked per person (hours/years/persons) Shiseido Company, Limited 1913.9 1915.4 1909.0 1878.0
Shiseido Group in Japan 1828.8 1834.6 1817.5 1807.0
Prescribed working hours Annual prescribed working hours (hours/years/persons) Shiseido Group in Japan 1844.5 1860.0 1844.5 1844.5
Overtime hours Annual overtime hours per person (hours/years/persons) Shiseido Company, Limited 227.9 216.6 215.6 204.0
Shiseido Group in Japan 104.3 102.1 102.7 101.7

Rate of Paid Leave Taken

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 Target
Annual rate of paid leave taken per person (%) Shiseido Company, Limited 76.8 79.0 77.4 78.8 To achieve 80.0% in 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan 58.0 63.3 65.1 84.6

Number of Employees Hired

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan Periodic employment of career path positions Male (persons) 66 83 70 62
Female (persons) 83 72 93 82
Female ratio (%) 55.7 46.5 57.1 56.9
Periodic employment of Beauty consultant (BCs) positions Male (persons) 3 2 2 5
Female (persons) 238 255 269 268
Female ratio (%) 98.8 99.2 99.3 98.2
Mid-career employment Male (persons) - 53 72 106
Female (persons) - 44 54 111
Female ratio (%) - 45.4 42.9 51.2

Starting Pay(yen/month)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Monthly amount paid* Doctoral graduate Employees who joined the company in April each year 265,000 265,000 265,000 265,000
Master’s graduate 235,000 235,000 235,000 235,000
Undergraduate 215,000 215,000 215,000 215,000
Technical/Junior college graduate 195,000 195,000 195,000 195,000
  • *An area allowance of 9,000 yen is provided to employees who live in Tokyo wards. (0 to 9,000 yen depending on area)

Average Annual Salary*(yen/year)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Company, Limited 7,177,618 7,239,104 7,313,401 7,165,467
  • *Including bonuses and extra wages

Equal Remuneration

Indicator 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan Manager positions Male 105: Female 100 Male 106: Female 100
Career path positions Male 100: Female 100 Male 108: Female 100
Beauty consultant (BC) positions Male 85: Female 100 Male 88: Female 100

Number of Employees Rehired after Retirement(persons)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan As of January 1 each year 333 275 374 114

Childcare Leave and Family Care Leave

Number of Employees who Used Childcare Leave System*1(persons)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan All employees (including fixed-term contract employees) Male 14 18 30 30
Female 1,439 1,465 1,300 1,360

Number of Employees who Used Childcare Time System*2(persons)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan All employees (including fixed-term contract employees) Male 2 2 3 4
Female 2,154 2,128 2,159 2,296
In-store beauty consultants Male 0 0 0 0
Female 1,616 1,536 1,530 1,596

Reinstatement Rate after Childcare Leave*3(%)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan Manager positions/Career path positions 98.2 97.5 97.5 95
Shiseido Japan Co., Ltd. Beauty consultant (BC) positions only (excluding fixed-term contract employees) 98.2 97.5 93.1 92.5

Retention Rate after Childcare Leave*4(%)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan Manager positions/Career path positions 95.7 98.2 98.9 100
Shiseido Japan Co., Ltd. Beauty consultant (BC) positions only (excluding fixed-term contract employees) 90.8 98.5 92.1 98.8

Number of Employees who Used Family Care Leave System*5(persons)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan All employees (including fixed-term contract employees) Male 3 3 0 1
Female 20 34 22 28

Number of Employees who Used Family Care Time System*6(persons)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan All employees (including fixed-term contract employees) Male 1 2 2 1
Female 26 22 30 27

Kangaroo Staff*7(persons)

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan 1,803 1,837 2,009 2,095
  • *1: Includes short-term childcare leave. Employees can use the system up to 5 years in total until the child turns 3 years old. (Employees are eligible to use the system 3 times for the same child under special circumstances)
  • *2: Employees can shorten their work hours by up to 2 hours a day until the child is in the 3rd grade of elementary school
  • *3: Reinstatement Rate = (Number of reinstatements from childcare leave in the current fiscal year)/(Number of scheduled reinstatements from childcare leave in the current fiscal year) × 100
  • *4: Retention rate = (Number of employees who stayed in the company as of December 31 of the current fiscal year since reinstatement from childcare leave in the year before)/(Number of reinstatements from childcare leave in the year before) × 100
  • *5: Up to 1 year per leave for 1 family member. Up to 3 years in total.
  • *6: Up to 2 hours a day. Up to 1 year per leave for 1 family member. Up to 3 years in total.
  • *7: Kangaroo Staff System: A system to allocate substitutes to support storefront operations for beauty consultant employees who take time off for childcare.

Labor accidents

Number of Work-Related Accidents*1

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Injury Illness Coverage of facilities(%)
Shiseido Group in Japan*2 Directly hired employees Total(factories/contractors*3) 29(9) 23(3) 25(4) ☑30
(9)
☑0
(0)
100
Shiseido Group outside Japan Directly hired employees Total 111 72 54 65 80
Shiseido Company, Limited and Shiseido Japan Co., Ltd. Indirectly hired employees (temporary staff) 3 major companies
- - 0 ☑0 ☑0 39.6

Accident Severity Rate*4

Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019
Injury Illness
Shiseido Group in Japan*2 Directly hired employees 0.018 0.006 0.010 ☑0.013 ☑0.000

LTIFR*5 and OIFR*6

Indicator 2016
LTIR
2017
LTIR
2018
LTIR
2019
LTIFR OIFR
Shiseido Group in Japan*2 Directly hired employees 0.96 0.59 0.73 ☑0.87 ☑0.00

Employee coverage(%) 100 100 92.1 100
Indirectly hired employees (temporary staff) 3 major companies - - 0.00 ☑0.00 ☑0.00

Employee coverage (%) - - 38.8 39.6

Data marked with ☑ has been third-party certified.

  • *1: Number of labor accidents resulting in suspension of work
  • *2: Shiseido Group in Japan (2019): Shiseido Company, Limited and 9 consolidated subsidiaries
  • *3: The number of work-related accidents in factories in Japan is based on the number reported by our contractors
  • *4: Accident Severity Rate = Number of days lost due to work-related accidents/Total hours worked x 1,000
  • *5: Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) = Number of work-related accidents/Total hours worked x 1,000,000
  • *6: Occupational Illness Frequency Rate (OIFR) = Number of occupational illness or disease cases/Total hours worked x 1,000,000

Labor Union

Percentage of Corporations with Labor Union(%)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan As of January 1 each year 25.0 26.3 29.4 29.4
Shiseido Group outside Japan *1 (coverage 100%) 45.9 68.4 68.4 68.4

Number of Labor Union Members (persons)

Indicator Period 2017 2018 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan As of January 1 each year 10,224 11,680 12,732 13,334

Ratio of Labor Union Members(%)

Indicator Period 2019 2020
Shiseido Group in Japan Ratio including fixed-term contract employees*2 As of January 1 each year 52.3 53.3
Ratio excluding fixed-term contract employees*3 76.2 76.5
  • *1: Including work council
  • *2: Ratio of employees subject to collective bargaining agreement among all employees including fixed-term contract employees = Number of labor union members/Number of employees (including managerial position holders and fixed-term contract employees, but excluding temporary staff and corporate officers) × 100
  • *3: Ratio of employees subject to collective bargaining agreement among all employees excluding fixed-term contract employees = Number of labor union members/Number of employees (including managerial position holders, but excluding fixed-term contract employees, excluding temporary staff and corporate officers) × 100

Employee Satisfaction*

Indicator 2017 2019
All Shiseido Group 76 76
  • *Survey conducted every two years

Customer Satisfaction

In our Standards of Business Conduct and Ethics, we have committed ourselves “to strive continuously to improve consumers’ trust in Shiseido and their satisfaction with our products and services at all points of contact.” To measure our performance against this goal, we regularly conduct a corporate image survey and use the results to guide future corporate activities to further improve our performance in this area.

Favorability Rating


2016 2017 2018 2019
“Impressions of Shiseido” among current Shiseido customers* (top 2 box scores
<Very favorable / Favorable> on a 5-point scale) (%)
93.9 95.9 93.1 94.0
  • *Survey conducted in Japan only.

Compliance and Risk Management

Anti-Corruption

  Target 2016 2017 2018 2019
Operations assessed for risks related to corruption All business offices inside and outside Japan Significant risk identified: None Significant risk identified: None Significant risk identified: None Significant risk identified: None
Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken All business offices inside and outside Japan Confirmed incidents of corruption: None Confirmed incidents of corruption: None Confirmed incidents of corruption: None Confirmed incidents of corruption: None

Anti-Competitive Behavior

  Target 2016 2017 2018 2019
Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, anti-trust, and monopoly practices All business offices inside and outside Japan No legal action No legal action No legal action No legal action

Operating Performance of Reporting and Consultation Desks for Employees

Reporting/consultation desks Target 2016 2017 2018 2019
In-house Shiseido Consultation Office Employees of the Shiseido Group in Japan 230 cases 224 cases 241 cases 265 cases
External Shiseido Hotline
Compliance Committee Hotline

Target and Performance of Human Rights Education Training for Employees

Type of training Target Target 2016
performance
2017
performance
2018
performance
2019
performance
Human rights enlightenment training(for Human Rights Enlightenment Promotion Representatives) Representatives of each department of Shiseido Group in Japan - 150 persons 258 persons 250 persons(93% attendance rate) 238 persons(98% attendance rate)
Human rights enlightenment training(for domestic employees) Employees of Shiseido Group in Japan 100% 92% 93% 95% 97%

Activities to Enhance Corporate Ethics: Survey on employee harassment and compliance

Subjects Type Target 2019 results and improvement measures
Workplace compliance and harassment Questionnaires* All employees of Shiseido Group in Japan
  • Number of departments involved: 105

  • Job type/position: Full-time employees (manager, comprehensive work main career track, beauty consultant, administrative work), fixed-term contract employees (including rehires), temporary staff.

  • Number of respondents: 22,183 (response rate: 89.0%)

  • Risk assessment method: Evaluate risks associated with workplace compliance and harassment by each organization on a scale of 1 to 5.

  • Measures for latent risk factors: Increase opportunities for ethics education of the department head so that appropriate responses will be promptly taken for diverse issues specific to individual job types.

  • Risk reduction measures: Shiseido headquarters shared assessment results with of the department head and provided teaching materials for ethics education. At the same time, gave an instruction to department head to make an action plan to reduce identified risks, for instance, providing additional education to prevent power harassment at work, and carry out the plan at each organization.

  • *Questionnaires were prepared in six languages in consideration and human rights awareness of the diverse workforce including non-Japanese speaking foreign national employees. As the surveys are intended to create a sound workplace environment, they were given not only to directly hired employees, but also those indirectly hired and seconded from partner companies. Results were analyzed by employment status, job type and job position.

Number of Serious Compliance Violations*

Target 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group None None None None
  • *Determination and management of serious compliance violations within internal business operations of Shiseido Group

Donations to Political Parties

  2017(million yen) 2018(million yen) 2019(million yen)
Shiseido Company, Limited - None None
Shiseido Group in Japan* - None None
  • *Shiseido Group in Japan: Shiseido Company, Limited and 19 domestic affiliated companies subject to consolidation(as of December 31, 2019)

Non-Compliance with Laws and Regulations in the Social and Economic Area

Incidents of Non-Compliance Concerning Health and Safety Impacts and Services

  Target 2016 2017 2018
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. Japan No violations against regulations and voluntary codes (Examples of administrative guidance based on the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc.) No violations against regulations and voluntary codes No violations against regulations and voluntary codes
Examples of recalls and voluntary collections that required announcement in newspapers, etc. Japan Violations against regulations and voluntary codes: 4 cases Violations against regulations and voluntary codes: 1 case
  Target 2019
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. All business offices inside and outside Japan No violations against regulations and voluntary codes
Examples of recalls and voluntary collections that required announcement in newspapers, etc. Japan Violations against regulations and voluntary codes: 4 cases

Incidents of Non-Compliance Concerning Product and Service Information and Labeling

  Target 2016 2017 2018
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations and Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. Japan Violations against regulations and voluntary codes: 1 case Violations against regulations and voluntary codes: 1 case No violations against regulations and voluntary codes
  Target 2019
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations and Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. Japan No violations against regulations and voluntary codes

Incidents of Non-Compliance Concerning Marketing Communications

  Target 2016 2017 2018
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations and Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. Japan No violations against regulations and voluntary codes No violations against regulations and voluntary codes No violations against regulations and voluntary codes
  Target 2019
Examples of administrative guidance based on the Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations and Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Act, etc. All business offices inside and outside Japan No violations against regulations and voluntary codes

Incidents of Reporting Personal Information Disclosure to Personal Information Protection Commission

Target 2017 2018 2019
Shiseido Group in Japan 6 cases 3 cases 0 cases

Non- Compliance with Laws and Regulations in Social and Economic Areas

Target 2016 2017 2018
Shiseido Group in Japan No fine imposed for violation of law No fine imposed for violation of law No fine imposed for violation of law

Social Contribution Activity Highlights

Number of Social Contribution Activities (activities)

Target 2018 2019
All Shiseido Group 408 1,337

Number of Participating Employees (cumulative persons)

Target 2018 2019
All Shiseido Group 10,040 9,197

Spending on Social Contribution Activities(millions of yen)

Target
2018 2019
Shiseido Company, Limited Spending on donations *203 *553
Breakdown Donations made in cash *203 *552
Donations made by product offerings *0 *0.24
Shiseido Group in Japan a) Spending on donations *210 *563
Breakdown Donations made in cash *210 *562
Donations made by product offerings *1 *0.37
Shiseido Group outside Japan b) Spending on donations 114 124
Breakdown Donations made in cash 101 111
Donations made by product offerings 12 13
All Shiseido Group Spending on donations 324 687
Breakdown Donations made in cash 311 673
Donations made by product offerings 13 14
  • a)Shiseido Group in Japan: Shiseido Company, Limited and 19 domestic affiliated companies subject to consolidation(as of December 31, 2019)
  • b)Shiseido Group outside Japan: 39 overseas affiliated companies subject to consolidation(as of December 31, 2019)

Data marked with * has been third-party certified.

Independent Assurance Statement for Social Data[ PDF : 162KB ]

Expenses other than donations in 2019 include the cost of the time that employees spent volunteering during working hours (119 million yen) and management costs of social initiatives such as activities of the Shiseido Life Quality Beauty Centers and artist support (381 million yen).

Social Contribution Activities - Cosmetics, Beauty, and Support for Women

Item Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 Target
Shiseido Life Quality Beauty Centers Number of facilities*
(locations)
1 1 1 1 Japan
4 4 4 5 Outside Japan
Number of users
(persons)
495 466 319 167 Japan
828 935 1,022 1,043 Outside Japan
Shiseido Life Quality Beauty Seminars Total number of participants
(persons)
73,345 74,014 70,222 54,551 Japan
  • *Held in four locations in Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Shanghai, Taipei, and Tokyo until 2018. Singapore was added in 2019.

Promotion of Gender Equality

Item Results
Number of participants in Gender Equality Awareness Program
Target: 1,500 participants from 2017 to 2019
Results: 2,405 participants (1,400 in 2019, 505 in 2018, 500 in 2017)
Approx. 900 students from 41 schools across Japan participated in the workshop in 2019

Support for Patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) (UV-sensitive intractable disease)

Item Description 2018 2019
Donation of sunscreen products We provided Shiseido Group's various sunscreen products (ANESSA, 2e, SUMMEDIC, Avene, etc.) to the Japanese National Network of Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP)*. 1,821 items, 22 types of sunscreen products donated to 92 XP patients 2,171 items, 22 types of sunscreen products donated to 94 XP patients
Donations by employees We make good use of donations by employees (Shiseido Camellia Fund) to support patient exchange meetings and purchase UV protective clothing. 2,164,977 yen 2,204,700 yen
Number of employees involved in support of activities of the Japanese National Network of Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP)
  1. 1. Seminar on usage of sunscreen products: Our research staff and beauty consultants provide patients and their families with the latest information on sunscreen products, as well as practical training and individual consultation on how to apply and remove sunscreen products correctly.

  2. 2. Support for patient meetings: Our employees act as childcare volunteers during exchange meetings which are held to establish a network between patients.

18 employees 12 employees
Number of XP enlightenment leaflets distributed In order to raise awareness of XP, an intractable disease, we support the creation and distribution of patient group leaflets.
  • Approx. 120 patient group leaflets distributed
  • 400 copies of 3rd XP national convention report produced
  • 1,000 patient group leaflets produced and 285 copies distributed
Other focus topics In February 2019, we won the Corporate Philanthropy Award from the Japan Philanthropic Association in recognition of our social contribution activities that utilize our management resources organically and sustainably to resolve social issues.
  • *Japanese National Network of Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) : A network consisting of three XP patient groups in Japan (Osaka, Kobe, and Tokyo). We are working to achieve more fulfilling daily lives for XP patients and their families.

Social Contribution Activities - Culture

Item Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 Target
Shiseido Gallery(Ginza) Number of visitors
(persons)
54,626 83,573 54,300 41,811 Japan
Shiseido Corporate Museum*(Kakegawa) 30,571 29,735 31,733 20,453 Japan
Shiseido Art House(Kakegawa) 31,939 23,536 35,177 31,590 Japan
S/PARK Museum(Yokohama) - - - 49,215 Japan
shiseido art egg Number of award winners
(groups)
3 3 3 3 Japan
  • *The museum is open only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2019.

Community and Disaster Support

Donations and social contribution activities by Shiseido Group employee volunteers (Social Contribution Club) are as follows.

Item Unit 2017 2018 2019 Total Target
Amount of donations through Shiseido Camellia Fund Yen 17,623,751 16,884,724 17,245,134 302,125,727
(FY2005-2019)
Japan
Amount of donations through Disaster Contribution Yen 0 2,974,526 1,712,500 63,973,986
(FY2004-2019)
Japan

Academic Support

Item Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 Target
Shiseido Female Researcher Science Grant Number of award winners (persons) 10 10 10 10 Japan
JSID's Fellowship Shiseido Research Grant Number of award winners (persons) 2 2 2 2 Japan
Japanese Dermatological Association basic medical research grant (Shiseido donation) Number of award winners (persons) 6 6 6 6 Japan

Activities for Children

Item Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 Target
Initiatives for Children Shiseido Kodomo Seminar for Juniors Number of participants*
(persons)
659 753 781 1,555 Japan
  • *Target audience: Upper grade students in elementary school after FY2017. Includes number of participants not only for seminars by employees but seminars in collaboration with teachers.