Dream Dream
  • 「トップアスリートへの道」を発行公益財団法人日本陸上競技連盟
    • 2020
    • 2019
    • 2018
    • 2017
    • 2016
    • 2015

    Diamond Athlete Program <Japan Association of Athletics Federations>

    Through sport of athletics, we will support athletes to grow into an internationally-minded individual with broad perspective, who will contribute to the future prosperity of Japan and the world.

  • ダイヤモンドアスリートプログラム(主催:公益財団法人日本陸上競技連盟)
    • 2015

    Published “The Road to Becoming a Top Athlete” <Japan Association of Athletics Federations>

    With the aim to help support athlete’s athletic career to last even a day longer, “The Road to Becoming a Top Athlete” leaflet was published on May 25, 2016, outlining athlete development. The leaflets were distributed to instructors involved in track and fields, at middle and high school track meets, and at workshops held for elementary and junior high school kids in different prefectures.

  • 「トップアスリートへの道」を発行公益財団法人日本陸上競技連盟
    • 2020
    • 2019
    • 2018

    Corporate Marathon Challenge Program <Japan Industrial Track & Field Association>

    We will contribute to the development of Japanese athletics by supporting and nurturing marathon athletes strong enough to compete internationally.

Environment Environment
  • ランニングコース整備
    • 2020
    • 2019
    • 2018
    • 2017
    • 2016

    Running Course Maintenance

    We will support environmental preservation to maintain the environment where runners can continue enjoy running with others while improving their health.

Expansion Expansion
  • キッズアスレティックス×東京マラソンスタイル
    • 2020

    Kids Wellness Project <Tokyo Marathon Foundation>

    We will promote the fascination of sports to children with the following four purposes:
    ① Increase their interest for athletics and running by raising their basic physical qualities.
    ② Advise children how to enjoy sports and running through various forms.
    ③ Cultivate physical literacy by directing children to engage in sports and running in regular basis, ultimately leading them to gain healthy and cultural life.
    ④ Through sports, teach children the importance of rules and respect while improving communication skills necessary to engage with the society, and raising the importance of empathy for one another.

  • キッズアスレティックス×東京マラソンスタイル
    • 2019
    • 2018
    • 2017
    • 2016

    Kids Athletics x Tokyo Marathon Style <Institute of Kids Athletics, JAPAN (Kids Athletics JAPAN)>

    Improve the children’s fundamental physical capability by focusing on “running, jumping, and throwing”, and foster a greater interest for track and field events.

  • キッズアスレティックス×東京マラソンスタイル
    • 2020
    • 2019
    • 2018
    • 2017
    • 2016

    Para Athletics Challenge Support <Tokyo Marathon Foundation >

    We will create opportunities for people to experience the wonders of para-sports and continue to love and suport para-athletics and sports.

    • 2020

    Disabled Sports Promotion Project <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    We support various para-sporting events held through the Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled with the following objectives:
    ・Increase the number of sport enthusiasts by collaborating with different para-sport organizations to promote an opportunity for an individual to gain fascination for sports by engaging or watching.
    ・Promote an opportunity and events for table-tennis lovers, regardless of physical disability, to engage in the sport and the community, while spreading the understanding for disability.

    • 2020

    Runner Support Program <Tokyo Marathon Foundation>

    This new program, which started in FY2020, aims to improve runner safety, raise the level of running instructors, and foster running culture. It consists of the following four initiatives:
     ① Support for running instructor training programs
     ② Support for running research grant programs
     ③ Support for running-related project research
     ④ Support for the Female Athlete Health Support Committee
    One of the “running-related project research” themes, “running and disease prevention,” reviews the latest information about the relationship between physical exercise and immune functions. From the perspective of preventing the spread of COVID-19, we are supporting research to explore the potential of physical exercise and running for improving immune functions and helping prevent infection, and will use the results of this research to help all runners. We also plan to engage in activities such as practical research regarding running, improvement in the healthy and sound sports lives of female athletes, and adequate education and awareness-raising for female runners still in their growth phase.

  • 車いす陸上チャレンジサポート
    • 2019
    • 2018

    Kids Athletics x Tohoku Caravan <Institute of Kids Athletics, JAPAN (Kids Athletics JAPAN)>

    Caravan events are planned for Miyako Municipal Taro Daiichi Elementary School in Iwate Prefecture, Tome Municipal Sanuma Elementary School in Miyagi Prefecture, and Minamisoma Municipal Haramachi Daisan Elementary School in Fukushima Prefecture in mid-September. Local instruction staff training workshops are also planned.

    • 2016
    • 2015

    Wheelchair race director lecture meetings <Tokyo Marathon Foundation>

    Tokyo Marathon wheelchair race director Masazumi Soejima held lecture meetings at Tokyo Big Sight, Ota Ward Haneda Elementary School, and Chofu Municipal Dairoku Junior High School.

    • 2015

    Disabled sports team governance support project <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    Disabled sports team panel discussions were held. The teams shared their struggles and the methods they used to overcome them, and engaged in exchanges of ideas. (November 15, 2015)

    • 2019
    • 2018
    • 2015

    Held “Mini-Tokyo Marathon” <Tokyo Marathon Foundation>

    The “Mini-Tokyo Marathon” allows participants to engage in different activities through the simulated event in a smaller scale to experience the event concept, the “Joy of Running (runners), Pride in Supporting (volunteers), and Delight of Cheering (spectators)”.

    • 2015

    Omotenashi Project <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    To express the gratitude for every donation, the Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled invited donors to have the opportunity to explore the Tokyo Sports Center for the Disabled, watch electronic wheelchair soccer game, and attend to watch the wheelchair basketball at the 16th annual Tokyo Sports Game for the Disabled.

Contribution Contribution
    • 2019
    • 2018

    Kids & FAMILYMPIC (Wheelchair Exchange Event) <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    Through wheelchair basketball, we hope to create an opportunity for children in wheelchair with physical impairment and their family to engage with other people and support their interest for sports.

    • 2020
    • 2019
    • 2018-2011

    Educational Project within the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake

    We have donated to three onsite projects supporting the children’s education within the disaster-stricken area.

    • 2017

    Japan Para Athletics Championship <Japan Para Athletics>

    Support was provided for the operation of the Japan Para Athletics Championship (held on June 10 and 11, 2017).

  • Viva!障スポ!!
    • 2016

    Viva! Parasports!! <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    This project plans to implement measures aimed at promoting disabled sports, such as creating and publicizing first-hand reports about disabled sports, promoting the viewing of disabled sports, and improving the quality and level of related media reporting.

  • 希望郷いわて国体冬季大会を開催
    • 2015

    Held “Home of Hope” Iwate National Winter Sports Festival of Japan <The 71st National Sports Festival & The 16th National Sports Festival for People with Disabilities Bureau>

    This project organized prefectural cheering groups consisting of elementary school and junior high school students, and held demonstrations and exhibitions by Olympic and Paralympic athletes from Iwate Prefecture.

  • 障害者スポーツ競技団体応援事業
    • 2015

    Disabled sports team support project <Tokyo Sports Association for the Disabled>

    In order to further contribute to disabled sports, this project provided subsidies to 10 different organizations.