This website is operated by 2025 Japan International Exposition Osaka Pavilion Promotion Committee. The Committee recognizes the importance of personal information and has established the following rules for the proper handling and protection of customers’ personal information.

1.Name, address and the Chairperson.

2025 Japan International Exposition Osaka Pavilion Promotion Committee
For the address and the Chairperson, please refer to the following.

2.Basic stance of this website.

The Committee respects the Personal Information Protection Law, and has established and complies with rules and regulations concerning the protection of personal information. The Committee will continuously review and improve the contents of these rules as necessary.
This Privacy Policy may be changed without prior notice.
Changes to this Privacy Policy shall be effective from the time they are posted on this site.

3.Personal information held by the Committee.

The Committee possesses personal information received from customers and personal information obtained from publicly available information.

*Personal information includes name, address, age, telephone number, e-mail address, occupation, etc., as well as other required information provided in questionnaires, application forms, and contracts.

*Publicly available information refers to registry books, residential maps, etc.

4.Purpose of use.

(1) For matters relating to the promotion of the Commission’s projects, such as the Pavilion.
(2) For any other reason when it becomes necessary to contact you.

5.Shared use.

Personal information may be shared as follows.
(1) Information provided: items listed in 3 above.
(2) Purposes of use of persons with whom information is shared
(3) Scope of persons to be used.
 a. Relevant parties (*Relevant parties refer to Osaka Prefecture, Osaka City and 2025 Japan International Exposition Osaka Pavilion Promotion Committee).
(4) Person responsible for the management of such personal data: 2025 Japan International Exposition Osaka Pavilion Promotion Committee.
   For the address and name of the Chairperson of the Committee, see 1 above.

6.Provision of information to third parties.

Your personal data may be provided to third parties in writing, by mail, telephone or e-mail to the extent necessary, with your consent and in the following cases.
(1) When required by law.
(2) When it is necessary for the protection of a person’s life, body or property and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the individual.
(3) When it is particularly necessary for improving public health or promoting the sound development of children and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person concerned.
(4) When it is necessary to cooperate with a state body, a local authority or an individual or entity entrusted by one in executing the affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining the consent of the person is likely to impede the execution of the affairs concerned.

7.Safety measures.

(1) The database system held by the Committee has established rules and regulations for electronic information security management and ensures that all staff are aware of these rules and regulations.
(2) Reasonable and safe measures are taken to prevent unauthorised external access to personal information and to prevent the loss, alteration and leakage of information. In addition, SSL encrypted communication is used for personal information transmitted by customers.


If the handling of personal data is outsourced, security measures will be implemented and appropriate management and supervision will be carried out.

9.Disclosure, correction, suspension of use, etc.

Disclosure actions, including disclosure of records provided to third parties, corrections, etc., and suspension of use, including suspension of provision to third parties, are carried out when requested by the person in question. Reception shall be made in the following two ways

(1) Corrections, etc. and suspension of use are accepted by telephone or mail.

(2) Disclosure is accepted by mail after filling in the prescribed form. Disclosure of information is subject to a fee determined by the Committee. In the case of a representative, a separate power of attorney is required. To confirm your identity, you will need to provide the Committee with proof of your identity, such as your address, name and telephone number. For more information, please call the contact details below.

10.Use of cookies.

The Committee’s website may use cookies to provide service functions to users. Cookies are textual information that is written to the user’s computer when the user visits the website.

-Record and display the number of visits to a website.
-Record the preferences of the visitor so that the website can be displayed according to the preferences of the visitor on the next visit.
-Record user IDs and passwords entered and omit entering them next time the user visits the website.

These functions, however, do not acquire personal information and do not violate the usage environment.
If you do not wish to have your information collected using cookies, you can set your browser to refuse to accept them.
However, please note that some services and functions on the Committee’s website may not operate correctly.

The Committee and third parties commissioned by the Committee record information about visitors to the Committee’s website in the form of access logs.
Access logs include the domain name and IP address of the person accessing the website, the type of browser being used and the date and time of access, but do not normally contain information that can identify individuals.
However, this website may use access logs as customer information.
This information will be used in accordance with 4. above.