SustainabilitySDGs Goals / Decarbonization Roadmap


We will further evolve the Imperial Hotel brand, with people at its pinnacle, as Japan's flagship hotel, retaining the spirit of the company's founding, to build a structure ensuring corporate continuity under all circumstances as we look forward to our 150th anniversary year in 2040.


  • 1.
    Evolution of Grand Hotel
    To enhance the strength of our brand through hardware renewal with reconstruction of Imperial Hotel Tokyo and humanware enrichment by strengthening human resource development
  • 2.
    Stable growth as a company
    Strengthen our earning capacity and financial base by expanding our real estate and other businesses in order to establish a solid structure for our hotel business in the future
  • 3.
    Resolution of social issues
    To maximize our contribution to the SDGs in all of our corporate activities

Promoting decarbonization by switching the total amount of electricity used to "CO₂-free"

Following the achievement of the Kamikochi Imperial Hotel’s carbon neutrality in FY2022, the Imperial Hotels in Tokyo and Osaka will also work to suppress CO₂ emissions by switching to virtually CO₂-free electric power through the use of FIT non-fossil certificates from October 2023, in an effort to reduce CO₂ emissions while promoting energy conservation.

Climate Change Initiatives (Reduction of CO₂ Emissions)

We aim to reduce CO₂ emissions [Scope 1+2] at directly managed workplaces by 40% (compared with FY 2013) by FY 2030 and achieve effectively zero emissions by FY 2050.

  • Reduction of environmental load by introducing the latest technologies in new hardware
  • Promotion of energy conservation activities and verification of sustainable energy introduction
  • Analysis and countermeasures for business risk in line with the TCFD (Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures) framework