Privacy Policy

Faeger Co. Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) has established the following privacy policy and promotes the protection of personal information at the Company.


“Personal information” has the meaning defined in Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the Personal Information Protection Act.
“Anonymously processed information” has the meaning defined in Article 2, Paragraph 9 of the Personal Information Protection Act.
“Special Personal Information” has the meaning defined in Article 2, Paragraph 3 of the Personal Information Protection Act.

Purpose of use of personal information

Our company will not use the personal information it acquires beyond the scope necessary to achieve the purposes of use set forth below, unless required by law or with the consent of the person concerned.

  • ① Reply to questions, consultations, and inquiries regarding our company
  • ② Provision of various services incidental to this service
  • ③ Distribution and sending of information related to this service, various email newsletters, DMs, surveys, campaigns, event information, etc.
  • ④ Response to acts that violate the terms of service, guidelines, etc.
  • ⑤ Analysis for the development and improvement of our services
  • ⑥ Creation of statistical data and provision of such data to third parties
  • ⑦ Requests for cooperation in marketing activities, surveys, signatures, interviews, and other opinions and requests regarding our business activities.
  • ⑧ Use incidental to the purposes listed in the preceding items

Provide to third parties

Our company will not disclose or provide personal information to third parties except in the cases specified in the following items.

  • ① If the consent of the person has been obtained
  • ② Cases based on laws and regulations
  • ③ When it is necessary for the protection of a person’s life, body, or property, and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person.
  • ④ In cases where it is necessary to cooperate with a national organization, local government, or a person entrusted by them in carrying out the affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining the consent of the person will interfere with the execution of the affairs. When there is a risk of
  • ⑤ When entrusting the handling of personal information to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use
  • ⑥ In the case of business succession due to merger, company split, business transfer, or other reasons
  • ⑦ If there are other special provisions in this privacy policy

Disclaimer regarding third party provision

Our company assumes no responsibility for the acquisition of personal information by third parties in the cases specified in the following items.

  • ① When the person discloses or provides his or her personal information to a third party
  • ② If the user is accidentally identified based on information (excluding personal information) provided by the user to a third party through this service, such as the user’s activity status.
  • ③ When a user provides personal information on an external site linked from this service and this information is used.
  • ④ If someone other than the user obtains the ID, password, etc. given to the user for reasons not attributable to the Company.

Outsourcing of personal information processing

Our company may outsource all or part of personal information handling operations to outside parties. In this case, the Company shall, at its own responsibility, select a party that meets the personal information protection standards and ensure that personal information is handled appropriately with the subcontractor.

Accuracy of personal information

The person providing the personal information is responsible for ensuring that the personal information provided to the Company is up-to-date and accurate.

Disclosure, correction, deletion, etc. of personal information

Our company requests notification of the purpose of use, disclosure, correction, addition, deletion, suspension of use, or suspension of provision to third parties (hereinafter referred to as “disclosure, etc.”) of personal information from the person concerned. If this occurs, we will respond promptly within a reasonable range. Please contact our personal information protection consultation desk. However, we will not respond to requests for disclosure of personal information entrusted to us by our business partners unless we receive consent from the business partner company that entrusted the personal information to our company. If there is a risk of hindering the proper implementation of this service, we may not respond to your request for disclosure, etc. (unless the user has the right to request disclosure, etc. by law). ).

Safety management of personal information

Our company provides necessary and appropriate supervision over our employees to ensure the safe management of personal information against risks such as loss, destruction, falsification, and leakage of personal information. In addition, when our company outsources all or part of the handling of personal information to a third party, we will provide necessary and appropriate supervision to ensure the safe management of personal information at the outsourced party.

Use of cookies

  • 1.Our company uses cookies to protect privacy, improve convenience, and obtain statistical data.
  • 2.Third-party companies may acquire and use cookie information by linking with third-party companies’ services or installing tags on this service. The cookie information obtained in that case is stored not on our server but on the servers of third-party companies, and is managed according to the privacy policies of each third-party company.

Web server records

Our web server automatically collects and records the IP address of the user’s computer, but these do not identify the individual user. As long as users do not disclose personal information, they can browse our website anonymously.

Storage period of personal information

If we determine that the period necessary to provide this service to the user has passed, we will endeavor to delete the user’s registered information without delay.

Voluntary provision of personal information and consequences of not providing it

Providing personal information is voluntary, but if you are unable to provide the personal information that we request, or if the personal information you provided is incomplete, you may not be able to use the service. In addition to not only not being able to receive your request, it may also affect how we contact you. The Company shall not be responsible for any disadvantage to the User in such case.

Governing law and jurisdiction

  • 1. The governing law of this privacy policy is Japanese law.
  • 2. The exclusive court with first instance jurisdiction for disputes regarding this privacy policy shall be the Tokyo District Court.

Changes to privacy policy

Our company will review the operational status regarding the handling of personal information from time to time and strive for continuous improvement, and may change the privacy policy as necessary.


For inquiries regarding personal information management, requests for notification of purpose of use, disclosure, correction, deletion, suspension of use or provision to third parties, please contact here.