Disclosure Policy

1. Disclosure Standard

At Hirata Corporation, in conformity with the laws related to the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Rules on Timely Disclosure of Corporate Information set forth by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (hereinafter referred to as "Rules on Timely Disclosure"), discloses not only material information in a timely but also other material corporate information positively in order to maintain a sound investment environment.

2. Disclosure Method

Any information that falls under the Rules on Timely Disclosure is disclosed with TD net provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and also such information is placed on the Company's website as soon as possible. Furthermore, Hirata will make every effort to accurately and fairy disclose to shareholders and investors information that is not covered by the Rules on Timely Disclosure.

3. Quiet Period

In order to prevent leakage of earnings information and maintain impartiality, Hirata fixed a "Quiet Period" for one month before earnings results are announced. During this period, Hirata refrains from answering questions or making comments regarding earnings. However, if it becomes likely that results will vary greatly from forecasts during Quiet Period, appropriate announcement will be made in accordance with disclosure regulations.

4. Disclaimer

IR information placed on this website is not built for the purpose of soliciting to buy or sell shares of the Company. Also, information geared toward stockholders and investors is intend for the purpose of offering our finance and management, however, the Company offers no grantees regarding the contents. Decisions relating to investment including decisions on whether to buy or sell shares in the Company should be made by investors' own judgments after careful examination of the Financial Statements and other financial documents of the Company. Hirata assumes no responsibility whatsoever for any damages or losses resulting from inaccuracies in the information on this website.