Disclosure Policy

1.Information Disclosure Method

MARUKA FURUSATO Corporation (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) discloses information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the Securities Listing Regulation stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, on which the Company lists its stock, and other laws and regulations. As for the material information stipulated by the Securities Listing Regulation, and other laws and regulations, the Company discloses the information via the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. After that, the Company will make an announcement to the press without any delay and follow other disclosure procedures stipulated by laws and regulations. The same information will be posted on the Company’s website immediately after the disclosure. In addition, the Company will proactively and fairly disclose any information that is deemed to be useful for understanding the Company, even when it is not subject to the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, other laws and regulations, or the Securities Listing Regulation. In accordance with the Fair Disclosure Rule set forth in the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the Company will take care not to selectively disclose the information to certain parties and strive to disclose information in a fair manner.

2.Forward-Looking Statements

In addition to the earnings forecasts submitted to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, on which the Company lists its stock, the Company may provide information on earnings forecasts through other means. In addition, news releases, question-and-answer sessions at financial results briefings and analyst meetings, etc., may contain information on plans, forecasts, strategies, etc. These forward-looking statements are based on information currently available and a rational evaluation based on certain assumptions that may cause the Company’s future results to be materially different from any future results expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements due to various factors.

3.Prevention of Insider Trading

The Company has established internal rules including the Information Control Rules, the Information System Control Rules, the Compliance Rules, the Material Information Control and Insider Trading Prevention Rules and others for the appropriate management of material corporate information. Every year, the Company holds study sessions on insider trading regulations for executive officers and employees, and distributes explanatory materials to promote awareness and understanding of the purpose of insider trading regulations, and issues internal notices to raise awareness of insider trading.

4.Quiet Period

In order to ensure fairness of disclosure and prevent the leakage of information on earnings results including quarterly earnings results, the Company has defined a quiet period from the day following the last day of the accounting period to the day of the announcement of financial results for each quarter. During this period, the Company will refrain from responding to or making comments on questions related to its earnings results and forecasts. However, if a large discrepancy from the earnings forecast is found during the quiet period, information will be disclosed in an appropriate and timely manner in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules and its own disclosure rule.

5.Development of Internal Systems/Structures

Through the appropriate management of this disclosure policy, the Company establishes and maintains systems/structures that allow us to disclose information in a timely and appropriate manner following other laws and regulations, and the Securities Listing Regulation stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.