General principles

MORITO CO.‚ LTD. (“we,” “us,” “our”) strives to promptly provide shareholders and investors with information in a transparent, fair, and continuous manner. In addition to disclosing information in strict accordance with the timely disclosure rules established by the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Tokyo Stock Exchange, we will also work actively to disclose information in a timely manner when it is deemed useful to helping shareholders and investors get a better idea about our company.

Method of information disclosure

We disclose information in accordance with the established disclosure procedures. That includes registration with TDnet (Timely Disclosure Network offered by the Japan Exchange Group), announcements via press releases, and publication in securities reports so that information will not be limited solely to specific individuals or institutions. We will, as a general rule, also post information to be disclosed on our website, in an effort to ensure the fair and timely disclosure of information to a wider audience. In addition to that, we will use various other channels of communication, such as company briefings and printed materials, to deliver information in an easy-to-understand format to as many shareholders and investors as possible.

Forecasts and forward-looking statements

All plans, forecasts, strategies, etc. of our company and its affiliates posted on our website, etc., with the exception of past and current facts, are forward-looking statements based on our assumptions and beliefs in light of the information currently available to us. Therefore, actual results may differ from those expressed or implied in any forward-looking statement due to changes in various risks and uncertainties, economic conditions, and other factors.

Quiet period

We designate the period of two weeks before the announcement of financial results as a quiet period in order to prevent the leakage of information regarding financial results and to ensure fairness. During this period, we refrain from answering questions or commenting on financial results. However, if the business results are expected to deviate from the forecast, we will appropriately disclose relevant information in accordance with the timely disclosure rules. Even during the quiet period, we will respond to questions, etc. within the range of already published information.