Privacy Policy

This website, which is personally managed by Kayoko Kurita, is in compliance with the relevant legislation and regulations, including the “Regulations Concerning Measures for the Appropriate Management of Personal Information Held by the University of Tokyo”, which is the university to which she belongs.

・Regulations concerning measures for the appropriate management of personal information and other information held by the University of Tokyo.

・Regulations of the University of Tokyo.

1. Acquisition of Personal Information

This website will only acquire personal information when it is necessary for the operation of the website and when the intended use does not exceed the scope of the acquisition.
The acquisition of personal data will only be carried out by lawful and fair means.

2. Use of Personal Information

This website will not use personal information for any purpose other than the intended use or provide it to third parties without the prior consent of the individual, unless required by law.
In the event that personal information is provided to a third party or work relating to the handling of personal information is outsourced to a third party in accordance with the law, the site will conduct a rigorous investigation into the third party’s ability to secure and manage the personal information in question. Furthermore, the site will exercise appropriate supervision when allowing the third party to handle the personal information.

Personal information obtained on this website will be used for the following purposes.

(1) Operation, maintenance and management of this website.
(2) To respond to enquiries via this website.
(3) To carry out other administrative work in accordance with the law and the University’s regulations.

3. management of personal information

This website shall manage the personal information it holds appropriately and prevent its loss, destruction, falsification and leakage.

4. security through SSL, etc.

When registering personal information, the Website will take the necessary measures to ensure security that are reasonably practicable, such as SSL.