Policies on Compiling the Sustainability Report

The OLC Group’s policies on Sustainability reporting is as follows.

OLC Group Sustainability Information (web & PDF)
Our Group’s sustainability activities are exhaustively reported under the framework of Policies and Regulations, Management Structures, and Actions and Performances.

Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea operate  prioritizing the health and safety of Guests and Cast Members in accordance with instructions provided by government authorities, in addition to taking measures based on the sector-wide guidelines for amusement and theme parks, which were prepared in view of the Basic Policies for Novel Coronavirus Disease Control by the Government of Japan.

As such, the attractions, restaurants, shops and other facilities at both Theme Parks are operated by setting limits to the numbers of Guests. In order to ensure health and safety of our Guests, we regularly clean the facilities as well as actively ask them to have adequate social distance. Due to the spread of the infectious disease, sustainability program information is subject to partial change.

For information on suspension of facility operations, please refer to the official Tokyo Disney Resort website.

Looking Ahead in Sustainability Communication

We interviewed various stakeholders and experts within and outside our Group and took their opinions and suggestions into account in compiling this year's sustainability report.
Our Group welcomes and appreciates interest and feedback on this report and on our sustainability initiatives, and is committed to enhancing the quality of our sustainability communications.

Scope of the OLC Group Sustainability Report 2021

This report primarily covers corporate social responsibility initiatives undertaken by our Group. Instances where information is relevant only to Oriental Land Co., Ltd. or to our Group entity will be indicated. All Tokyo Disney Resort sustainability efforts outlined in this report are conducted and managed by the Oriental Land Company in its capacity as owner/operator of Tokyo Disney Resort under license from Disney Enterprises Inc. The report places primary focus on introducing initiatives taken at our Theme Parks, whose net sales account for more than 80% of the entire net sales generated by our Group. Initiatives undertaken at facilities operated by our Group within Tokyo Disney Resort are as follows:

Scope and structure

Description

Group-wide initiatives

The OLC Group or our Group

Oriental Land Co., Ltd. initiatives

Oriental Land Co., Ltd. or the Company

Tokyo Disney Resort® initiatives
 Tokyo Disneyland®
 Tokyo DisneySea®
 Disney Ambassador Hotel®
 Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta®
 Tokyo Disneyland® Hotel
 Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel®
 Ikspiari®
 Bon Voyage
 Disney Resort Line
 Maihama Amphitheater

Tokyo Disney Resort

Combined Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® initiatives 

Theme Parks 

Separate Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® initiatives 

Tokyo Disneyland
or Tokyo DisneySea 

*Certain companies within our Group are licensed by Disney Enterprises, Inc. to manage and operate Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, the Disney Hotels and the Disney Resort Line. All of the Disney-branded sustainability activities outlined in this report are conducted and managed by Oriental Land Co., Ltd. in its capacity as owner/operator of Tokyo Disney Resort.

 

This report draws together the corporate social responsibility initiatives of our Group.
Information on CSR at The Walt Disney Company is available at the following location:

Time Frame for the OLC Group Sustainability Report 2021

The initiatives presented in this report are mainly applicable to our Group's FY 2019 (April 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021), although information is also provided on ongoing and special CSR programs outside the fiscal year.

Publishing Date

October 2021 

Issuer

Oriental Land CO.,Ltd.
Sustainability Promotion Department 
Corporate Strategy Planning Division

 

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