At the TORIDOLL Group, we formulated our Basic Sustainability Policy as a way of helping to resolve societal issues through our business and of realizing a sustainable society. We base our sustainability activities on this policy and the TORIDOLL Code of Conduct.

Sustainability Policy

TORIDOLL Group Basic Sustainability Policy

At the TORIDOLL Group, based on our mission “Finding New Value. Simply For Your Pleasure.,” we seek to understand the perspectives of our customers, our employees, and all our stakeholders; through communication and cooperation, we intend to continue to generate new values and excitements, and to contribute to the realization of the sustainable society.

Our initiatives are premised both on high ethical standards and on honest business activities. While adopting a global perspective, we will promote practical activities rooted in local communities.

Management Systems for Sustainability Initiatives

At the TORIDOLL Group, we have established a CSR Office within our Corporate Strategy Division—which is overseen by our President and CEO; the office promotes sustainability activities as part f our business strategy. The CSR Office leads our Environmental Committee, Risk Management Committee, and Work Style Reform Committee, and manages sustainability activities across the entire Group.

Contributing to SDGs

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 global goals and 169 targets designed to ensure that “No one will be left behind.” At the TORIDOLL Group, we are particularly focused on contributing to the following five goals: “Goal 1: No Poverty”, “Goal 5: Gender Equality”, “Goal 8: Decent and Work Economic Growth”, “Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities” and “Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production”. To this end, through our core business of “food,” we intend to actively engage in a variety of initiatives.

Toridoll Becomes Japan’s First Restaurant Business to Join UN Global Compact

TORIDOLL Holdings Corporation signed the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) advocated by the United Nations and joined the Global Compact Network Japan, a local network in Japan, in August 2020. Toridoll is the first Japanese company in the restaurant business to sign the UNGC. The UNGC is a voluntary initiative for companies and organizations to participate in the creation of a global framework for the exercise of responsible and creative leadership to act as good members of society and achieve sustainable growth. The TORIDOLL Group supports the Ten Principles of the UNGC, which are categorized in four areas: human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. In order to carry out our Group mission—Finding New Value. Simply For Your Pleasure.—we will undertake locally-based sustainable activities from a global perspective even more than in the past.

The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact

Human Rights
  • Principle 1
    Support and respect human rights
  • Principle 2
    No complicity in human rights abuses
Labor
  • Principle 3
    Uphold the freedom of association and right to collective bargaining
  • Principle 4
    Eliminate forced and compulsory labor
  • Principle 5
    Effectively abolish child labor
  • Principle 6
    Eliminate discrimination in employment and ccupation
Environment
  • Principle 7
    Support a recautionary approach to environmental challenges
  • Principle 8
    Undertake initiatives to promote environmental responsibility
  • Principle 9
    Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
Anti-Corruption
  • Principle 10
    Work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery

UN Global Compact