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The Kozuki Foundation was first established in 1982 under the name of the Kozuki Foundation for Education. Over the three decades, the foundation has been engaged in various projects aimed at promoting the public interest and creating a better society through promotion and development of sports, education and culture.
The foundation is committed to making a greater social contribution while seeking to offer programs that meet the needs of the times.
We provide support for promising athletes and instructors representing Japan, with the goal of improving their competitive ability and creating an environment where they can focus on sports activities.
We present awards to athletes and instructors supported by the foundation, who have achieved outstanding results in Olympic Games, World Championships, or other equivalent athletic meetings.
We provide subsidies for international/nationwide tournaments and athletic meetings held by sports-related organizations.
We provide subsidies to persons from around age 15 to 25 who set their sights on becoming a creator (cartoonists, illustrators, digital artists and the like).
We provide subsidies to organizations that contribute to the promotion and development of education and culture; and supports projects aimed at promoting the public interest and creating a better society.