Oji Group proactively carries out activities that contribute to the promotion of culture, music and sports, and we highly value our connection with society.
After retiring as president of Oji Paper, Ginjiro Fujihara, worked hard on education projects, such as by establishing the Fujihara Institute of Technology (the current Keio University Science and Technology) with his personal funds and donating to Kyoritsu Women’s University. And when he was 90 years old, he founded the Fujihara Foundation of Science. The Fujihara Award of the Fujihara Foundation of Science is an award that honors scientists who have made distinguished contributions to the development of Japan’s science and technology. The award ceremony is held every year in June, the month of Ginjiro’s birth. We have been supporting the Fujihara Foundation of Science financially and we hope that this Foundation is able to contribute even more to the development of Japan’s science and technology.
Oji Hall, which reopened in October 2018 following renovations, is a full-fledged 315-seat music hall with a homey atmosphere in the main building of Oji Holdings. Oji Hall uses it to host diverse performance and engage in the hall rental business. The hall has been praised by Japanese performers andfans as well as renowned artists from the West.
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Tel: +81-3-3564-0200 / Fax: +81-3-3563-647
Oji Hall Ticket Center
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10:00-18:00
Closed: Saturday, Sunday and holidays
The Oji Group sponsors the Oji Baseball Team, which is based in Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture, and the Oji Eagles, an ice hockey team based in Tomakomai City, Hokkaido. Both teams focus on contributing to their local communities and promoting sport competition while achieving their respective objectives.