Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa
Having agreed with the purpose of “International Literacy Year” of the United Nations, we started the Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa in 1990. This social contribution program aims to stimulate cultural exchange between children by allowing them to learn about each other through illustrated diaries. From 2017 to 2018, we opened applications and select works for the 13th Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa.
Monthly Mitsubishi was first published in November 1965 as a public relations and information magazine. It highlights the management philosophy of senior members of Mitsubishi Group companies and also introduces new products and topical subjects from each company. It is distributed to employees of each member company and concerned parties with the aim of enhancing communication. Published monthly in Japanese/Number of copies: 400,000.
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Mitsubishi Monitor was first published in 1987 for staff that work in companies incorporated abroad and overseas offices of the Mitsubishi Group. It contains articles in digest format that highlight topics and major news stories from each company of the Mitsubishi Group. It also introduces the culture and nature of Japan. Published bimonthly in English/Number of copies: 10,000.
Mitsubishi Center Digital Gallery
In 2009, the Mitsubishi Center Digital Gallery opened inside the newly reconstructed Mitsubishi Ichigokan in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
The Mitsubishi Center Digital Gallery is a facility in which visitors can view high-resolution digital images of the collections of the Seikado Bunko Art Museum and the Toyo Bunko, among others. At 4 booths inside the gallery, visitors can view some 120 images and videos of paintings, tea ceremony utensils, china and porcelain, classic books and other items, including national and important cultural treasures.
In May 2013, the gallery was refreshed with the aim of enhancing the comprehension of visitors. Enhancements include displays providing detailed information about the Seikado Bunko Art Museum and the Toyo Bunko, and displays with maps introducing Mitsubishi legacy facilities.
A brochure introducing the Group
To facilitate recognition of Mitsubishi Group companies domestically and abroad, we publish Mitsubishi Profile (written both in Japanese and English) regularly to widely publicize the diversity of the Group’s business, contribution to society and support of cultural activities.
Inviting children from social welfare facilities to soccer games
The Mitsubishi Public Affairs Committee has been inviting children from social welfare facilities to soccer games that take place at the Urawa Red Diamonds home ground since 1994.