Invest in and provide financial arrangements for renewable energy, such as solar, hydro and wind power generation facilities
Aggregate project value
¥37 billion (October 2010–September 2022)
Arranged windpower fund
Arranged windpower fund with small, onshore windpower facilities in Hokkaido as the investment target
Support to help companies deal with specific business issues
Aggregate project value
¥44.1 billion (October 2010–September 2022)
Investment and financial arrangement for facility upgrades and urban redevelopment projects
¥31.2 billion (October 2010–September 2022)
(Tsuruoka, Yamagata Prefecture, 2017~)
Arranged financing for a large-scale upgrade project involving several facilities, including a hotel. Entrusted with asset management.
Wakkanai Building Project
(Wakkanai, Hokkaido, 2015~)
Arranged changes to scheme based on Act on Specified Joint Real Estate Ventures to address issues with existing scheme for special purpose company with commercial complex under redevelopment. Entrusted with asset management.
Ethical Choice is Moominvalley Park's original brand
The Ethical Choice logo is applied to comprehensive efforts to develop in-facility production environments, foods, products, materials and services based on ethical and sustainable choices (selection) that place no burden, neither tangibly nor intangibly, on the human body or the environment.
Ethical Choice debuted with “Apron Many Times"
The Reusable Bib comes with the Kids Meal Bucket available at Moominvalley Park. It is a tangible expression of coexistence with nature, made of Paptic®, a resource-efficient material produced from renewable wood fibres by Paptic Ltd., that is durable to allow reuse but flexible and soft to the touch. The idea behind this product is for children wear the bib while enjoying their meal at Moominvalley Park and then use the bib again at home.
To learn more about Ethical Choice, please visit the Metsä official website
・Support manufacturing by people with disabilities (products made at facilities for people with disabilities sold at Metsä Village)
・Sponsor Tonttu Festival*
Event organized by Decent Work Lab, a non-profit organization the undertakes activities to realize decent work for all.
Festival to promote social inclusion, where people enjoy diversity, understand differences and, as necessary, provide mutual support.
2022 Tonttu Festival
The festival was held at Metsä Village on September 18–19, 2022.
To learn more about Tonttu Festival
(Tonttu Festival website)
・Self-awareness and support program (includes helping employees acquire qualifications to develop skills required to perform work)
・Overseas language study program (develop global workforce)
・Transition to company with Audit and Supervisory Committee, raise outside director ratio above 50% (December 2019–)
・Appoint female directors (December 2019–)
・Establish corporate governance guidelines (February 2021)
・Introduce evaluation system for Board of Directors (fiscal 2021)
Relevant informationCorporate Governance