CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

In 2018, Fillico served Jewelry Water at Japan Emperor’s birthday reception and donated bottles to a charity event, both held by Consulate General of Japan in Milan, Italy.

2019 Japan Emperor's Birthday Reception & Charity Event

Fillico proudly supported the compact next generation wind power energy venture, Sakuraenergy, at the “MIrai no Tsubasa” (Wing of Future Exhibition).

Wind Power Generator "Sakura Energy"

Colorful fisherman’s flags are a well-known symbol of fishing ships throughout Japan. They celebrate a bountiful catch and are important cultural symbols for this island nation. For the ship “Fukutoku Maru,” a ship participating in the famous Kamaishi Hikifune Festival in Kamaishi, a fishing village in Iwate Prefecture, Fillico made and donated a giant handmade flag, decorated lavishly with Swarovski® crystals.

Kamaishi Hikifune
Festival

Fillico donates a portion of our sales each year to the Japan Red Cross organization.

Donation To Japanese Red Cross Society

Fillico supports the training of young jazz artists in New York and Japan, through sponsorship of the Jazz Workshop. The workshop brings top professionals from New York, as well as young artists, in an effort to foster the development of young jazz professionals through cultural exchange, building friendships between young artists in Japan and the United States, the birthplace of jazz music.

Jazz Workshop Special Live
By New York Top Artists

Fillico donated an original bottle made for the charity auction of the Runway for Hope (a charity for children affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011) and continues to support the charity in its annual charity fashion show.

"Runway For Hope"
Charity Fashion Show
Kamaishi Hamayuri International Athlon Race
Top Model Collection 2017

A special Fillico bottle of Fillico Jewelry Water was designed for Miki City in Hyogo Prefecture for the Hometown Tax (Furusato Nozei). This bottle was designed to celebrate the birth of the virtual city - “Mikishi” City - on Japan’s Sake Day (October 1) and the 80th anniversary of the original Yamadanishiki, the highest quality rice used to make the “junmai daiginjo” sake. (This is premium quality sake.)

Special Bottle For
Furusato-nouzei Program