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Social Contribution Activities

The Kyocera Group values its relationships with all stakeholders – including customers, employees, shareholders, business associates, and local communities. We make a concerted effort to be a good corporate citizen that is trusted and respected by society. Moving forward, we will carry out activities that benefit society and contribute to its sustainable development.

Support for Research and Scholarly Activities

Support for the Inamori Foundation's Kyoto Prize

Kyocera supports the international Kyoto Prize, established by the non-profit Inamori Foundation, to honor individuals and groups who have made significant contributions to the scientific, cultural, and spiritual betterment of humankind.


Supporting the Kyoto Prize Symposium in the U.S.A.

Kyocera supports the annual Kyoto Prize Symposium in San Diego (U.S.A.), which consists of a series of free lecture events open to local students and the general public.


Support for Cultural and Artistic Activities

Kyocera Gallery

The Kyocera Gallery opened in 1998 on the first floor of Kyocera’s global headquarters in Kyoto to reflect the company’s social contribution activities and contribute to cultural development in the community. It is open to the public free of charge.


Kyocera Gallery

Support for International Understanding

Cultural Exchange Tours for Vietnamese Children

Since 2016, Kyocera has conducted a program for Vietnamese children to visit Japan, with the hope that a firsthand cultural experience will facilitate friendship between the two nations.


Community Contributions

Kyocera Fine Ceramics Museum

This museum traces the growth and development of Kyocera's technology since 1959 to help inspire the future success of the industry.

The Kyocera Museum of Fine Ceramics

Environment and Energy Classes

Kyocera employees visit elementary schools to teach environment and energy classes using solar cells and storage batteries.


Supporting Pink Ribbon Activities

Kyocera supports the Pink Ribbon movement to promote early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer in Japan, the U.S.A., Singapore, China and Korea.


Support for Athletic Activities / Other Major Donations

Support for Kyoto Sanga F.C.


For regional revitalization in accordance with the J.League's 100-Year Vision, the Kyocera Group supports the Kyoto-based professional soccer team, Kyoto Sanga F.C.