Astena Minerva Co., Ltd. Sompo Japan Insurance Co., Ltd. held a walking event in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefectur e, as a donation recipient under the “Walking Furusato Nozei” initiative. Achieve social contribution and health man agement with corporate

Astena Holdings Co., Ltd.
Sompo Japan Insurance Co., Ltd. held a walking event in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture as a donation destination for “walking hometown tax”. Achieve social contribution and health management with corporate version hometown tax x walking event!

Astena Minerva Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Suzu City, Ishikawa
Prefecture, Chairman: Keitaro Iwaki, President: Garakuno Shimizu), which promotes regional revitalization, has created a corporate version of hometown that addresses the administrative issues of local governments and companies that want to contribute to society. We operate “Walking Furusato Nozei”, a matching service for tax payment and walking events.
Sompo Japan Insurance Co., Ltd. (Head office: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President: Giichi Shirakawa) used the “Walking Furusato Nozei” and held a walking event for a project in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture. I will let you know.
The donations obtained through the walking event will be used to solve local issues in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
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What is the corporate version of hometown tax?
The corporate version of hometown tax is a mechanism that reduces up to 90% of the donation amount when a company makes a donation to a regional revitalization project of a local government certified by the Cabinet Office.
Walking event results
Sompo Japan Insurance Co., Ltd. 55 employees of the Corporate Sales Department 7 supported a project in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture through this walking event.
The entire department walked a total of 11,087,227 steps, and the amount calculated from the number of steps was donated to Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
The amount donated to each project is determined by the number of steps the employee takes.
《Ratio of Donation Amount by Project and Donation Destination Selected by Employees》
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Features of Walking Furusato Nozei
“Walking Furusato Nozei” is a mechanism to decide the donation amount of the corporate version of hometown tax at an in-house walking event using the app, and the user company can realize social contribution + health management + welfare from the actual burden of 10,000 yen. . For local governments, it can be used as a recruitment tool for the corporate version of hometown tax, and can aim to improve the recognition of the local government and increase the related population through walking events.
[Characteristics of Walking Furusato Nozei]
1. Employees can earn points by walking and receive goods.
・Employees can use the accumulated points as donations for individual hometown tax payments.
· You can receive products (return gifts) by paying hometown tax with points. 2. The more you walk, the more social issues will be solved. ・Walking events contribute to society because the company’s donation amount is determined by the number of steps taken by employees. 3. The actual burden of corporate donations can be implemented from 10,000 yen. ・If you make a donation at the lower limit of the corporate hometown tax payment and the burden is maximized, the actual burden is 10,000 yen.
▼ Click here to download materials for “Walking Hometown Tax” For companies: https://fufuru-tax.jp/introduction/inquiry/company/ For municipalities: https://fufuru-tax.jp/introduction/inquiry/municipality/ Sompo Japan Insurance Co., Ltd. Corporate Sales Department 7 Comment from the person in charge
I feel that we were able to motivate participants to participate in the walking event not only for health promotion, but also for contributing to society. The number of steps is automatically linked to the health care app on the smartphone and reflected, so
participants were very grateful that it did not require any effort. In addition, the ranking displayed by nicknames was exciting within the club, and especially the top members were in a dead heat. Through the walking event, I was able to experience the two points of “health promotion” and “social contribution”, and I was able to make a very meaningful effort. All the participants continue to support the project in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which is the recipient of this donation.
[Company Profile of Sompo Japan Insurance Inc.]
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Company name: Sompo Japan Insurance Inc.
Location: 1-26-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Representative: Giichi Shirakawa, President
Capital: 70 billion yen
Founded: October 1888 (Meiji 21)
URL: https://www.sompo-japan.co.jp/
Business description: Non-life insurance business
Comment from the person in charge of the Industrial Promotion Division, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture
Thank you for your donation to Suzu City.
We would like to utilize this valuable donation for the revitalization of Suzu City, create new movements, increase the appeal and pride of Suzu City, and promote U/I turn, immigration and settlement. We are here.
About Astena Minerva Co., Ltd.
Under the umbrella of Astena Holdings Co., Ltd., it is a company that conducts new businesses with the keyword of regional revitalization. The vision is to make Japan a prosperous and attractive country, and one of its projects is the “Walking Furusato Nozei” program. Thanks to you, many companies are using it. Please contact us if you are considering using our service.
■ [Company Profile of Astena Minerva Co., Ltd.]
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Company name: Astena Minerva Co., Ltd.
Location: 177-3 Kitagata 4, Uetocho, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture Representative: Keitaro Iwaki, Chairman and Representative Director Garakuno Shimizu, President and CEO
Established: December 1, 2021 (company name changed from Iwaki Research Institute Co., Ltd.)
URL: https://astena-minerva.co.jp/
Business description: Business mainly related to regional revitalization ■ [Contact information]
“Walking hometown tax” inquiry form
https://fufuru-tax.jp/introduction/inquiry/

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