Ginza×CSR・CSV Vol.31 UNIQLO Ginza Store
“Ginza×CSR・CSV” Vol.31 will introduce UNIQLO Ginza Store, which opened in Ginza in March 2012 as a global flagship store. The store features the largest assortment of products and is the first to communicate the latest news worldwide. We interviewed Ms. Kana Nakano, Service Manager, about the social contributions UNIQLO makes through its business operations and how she feels about being in Ginza.
Mannequins lined up in the window facing the street
Introducing corporate efforts and messages in the store.
A member of the “Better Cotton Initiative,” with an aim to produce sustainable cotton
Targeting to procure 100% sustainable cotton by the end of 2025.
Our hit product “Heat Tech” is our way of proposing an ecological lifestyle that is not only environment-friendly but also human-friendly. The Heat Tech lets us stay warm without wearing layers of clothing.
and therefore, we can preset our air conditioners at low temperatures.
Environmental effects of wearing Heat Tech
Kana NakanoJoined UNIQLO in 2002. Imai experienced working at stores in various locations across Japan, in Tottori, Aichi, Tokyo and Chiba Prefectures, and worked as Store Manager at five stores before she was assigned to staff education in the CS Promotion Team at Tokyo Office in 2013. She became Service Manager of Ginza Store in February 2016.
Makiko Imaialterna http://www.alterna.co.jp After experiencing different jobs, including working for a foreign IT firm among, Imai shifted the target of her work to environmental and social issues after participating in the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 10) to the Convention on Biological Diversity as an NGO member. She currently conducts interviews, edits and writes articles, develops educational programs and offers interactive counselling sessions.
Written by: Makiko Imai ／ Planned and edited by: alterna(http://www.alterna.co.jp)