What we believe
At Suntory, we believe in doing more than just offering products. We are committed to providing greater positive impacts to everyone around us as we grow. It is our responsibility to give back to nature, and to society.
Our craftsmanship is only possible through the gifts of nature, particularly water. That's why we are committed to water conservation and restoration under Suntory's Water philosophy, to keep water pure and abundant for future generations. We strive to coexist with nature and create harmony with the communities we touch. That means continuing the legacy of our founder, Shinjiro Torii, to improve the lives of those around us. We established Hojukai as a free community clinic in 1921, and it is now a social welfare organization that operates several facilities. We have also established the Suntory Museum in 1961, and Suntory Hall in 1986. Through these, we enrich people's lives through art, culture and humanities. We owe this to nature, our customers, our employees, and our communities.
Success is only real when it is shared. This is why we are devoted to giving back to society, and creating harmony with people and nature. It is our way of saying thank you.