Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy

Yukiguni Maitake Co., Ltd. ("the Company") discloses information in accordance with all applicable laws including the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and the Timely Disclosure Rules set by the stock exchanges on which the Company's stock is listed.The Company also works to disclose in a timely, accurate and fair manner, important corporate information not subject to the Timely Disclosure Rules but which it judges could have a material impact on investment decisions.

Methods of Disclosure

Any important information falling under the Timely Disclosure Rules set by the Tokyo Stock Exchange is disclosed by the Company through Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Promptly thereafter, the same information is disclosed on the Company's website. Important corporate information not subject to the Timely Disclosure Rules is also disclosed via appropriate methods, such as publication on the Company’s website.

Performance Forecasts and Other Forward-Looking Statements

Business plans, forecasts and strategies as disclosed by the Company, other than historical or present facts, are evaluations and assumptions based on the information available at the time of issuance and are not an assurance or guarantee that strategies will be implemented or results achieved as planned. Actual business performance may differ materially from projections contained in forward-looking statements due to factors including but not limited to economic conditions or market environment, and such projections should not be relied upon as the basis for investment decisions.

Quiet Period

To prevent leakage of earnings information and ensure fairness, the Company observes a "quiet period," a fixed period from the day following the end of a fiscal quarter to the day of the earnings announcement for that fiscal quarter. During this quiet period, the Company refrains from replying to questions about or commenting on the financial results. However, even during such period, information will be disclosed, as appropriate, pursuant to the Timely Disclosure Rules, if a significant deviation from the business forecast included in the last disclosure is expected. The company may answer questions on the information that has already been made public even in the quiet period.