Disclosure Policy

1. Principles of Information Disclosure

KAMEDA SEIKA CO., LTD. (The “Company”) strives to promptly disclose information to shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders on the basis of the principles of transparency, fairness, and continuity. In addition to striving to disclosure information in accordance with the Companies Act and the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act of Japan and timely disclosure rules established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Company strives to proactively disclose in a timely manner other information that it considers effective in fostering understanding of the Company.

2. Disclosure Method of Information

The Company disclose material information subject to the timely disclosure rules established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange via Tokyo Stock Exchange’s timely disclosure information system (TDnet). After registering information on TDnet, the Company strive to promptly provide the identical information to media institutions and post the identical materials on the website of the Company without delay.

3. Earnings Forecasts and Forward-Looking Statements

The Company’s plans, future projects, strategies, and the like posted on this website reflect the judgment of the Company based on the information available at the time of release. These are forward-looking statements, and actual results may differ due to various risks, uncertainties, economic conditions and market environments.

4. Quiet Period

The Company observes a “quiet period”, starting from two weeks before the day of release of Financial Report and ending on the day of the release, in order to prevent leakage of information and ensure fairness. During the quiet period, the company refrains from replying to questions about or commenting on the financial forecast or results. However, if material revisions to results forecasts become likely during the quiet period, the company appropriately make a public announcement in accordance with disclosure rules.