Terms of Use


All contents including images, illustrations, videos, and documentations (“Contents”) on the Site are owned by the Foundation and/or to the authors of the Contents (“Authors”). Reproduction(s) of any of the Contents for personal use(s) beyond those permitted by law is strictly prohibited.
No part of the Content may be reproduced, altered, reprinted, sold, or published without consent from the Foundation and/or Authors. Other acts that are in violation of laws including the Copyright Act are also forbidden.

Linking to the Site

Users are welcomed to link any pages on the Site, free of charge. Contacting the Foundation for permission is not required. Please note, however, that URLs other than the Top Page (https://www.rekibun.or.jp/en/) may be changed without prior notice.

User Environment

The following settings for your browser are recommended:

  • Enable JavaScript
  • Enable Cookie
  • Enable the style sheet
  • Enable SSL

The following browsers are recommended:

  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari
  • Mozilla Firefox

The Site may not load properly with older versions, so please make sure your browser is up-to-date.
We do not recommend using Internet Explorer 11 to view the Site.

Civic Creative Base Tokyo [CCBT] (hereinafter referred to as CCBT) operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture may collect certain information, including but not limited to the number of views or web pages which users access though devices of users, using cookies on the CCBT’s websites (hereinafter, collectively referred to as “CCBT Website”) . This Cookie Policy explains these practices. For further information about how your personal information is handled and shared, please consult the Privacy Policy of the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture.

The Foundation reserves the right to modify this policy, either in whole or in part without notice. The modified version will be shown on the CCBT’s Website.

  1. Definition of Cookies
    The term cookie refers to data that is sent from a website and saved on visitors’ devices (computers, mobile handsets, etc.) when they access the website, as a tag that allows the device (computer, mobile device or any other device) in question to be recognized. Through the use of cookie, users may obtain information such as how many times a device has visited a website and which other websites have been visited by the user in question in the past.
  2. Purposes for which cookies are used
    The CCBT uses Google Analytics in order to understand the what the CCBT Website is being used for. Google Analytics may collect the information of users through cookies. The information collected is managed based on privacy policy provided by Google, Inc. See the website of Google Inc. for the further information.
    Google Analytics
    Tool Provider Google Inc.
    Privacy Policy Google Analytics Terms of Service
    Policy, etc. GooglePrivacy Policy
    The CCBT uses YouTube during provision of service. YouTube also uses cookies in order to improve application service.
    Tool Provider YouTube, LLC
    Privacy Policy YouTube Terms of Service
    Policy, etc. YouTube(Google) Privacy Policy
  3. How to disable cookies
    1. Disabling all cookies
      Cookies saved on user’s devices are retained until either the user intentionally deletes them or they expire. Although most browsers accept cookies by default, that functionality can be disabled by changing the browser’s settings. Please be aware that disabling cookie functionality may prevent use of some or all of the CCBT Website’s functionality, and some pages may not display properly. For more information about how to change cookie settings in your browser, see the following links:
      Google Chrome
      Microsoft Edge
      Mozilla Firefox
      Mac Safari
      iPhone、iPad、iPod touch Safari
    2. Disabling cookies from a specific source
      Google Analytics
      To disable Google Analytics, described in Section 2 above, download the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on from the page provided by Google at the link shown below, install the add-on, and then change the browser’s add-on settings. Note that use of products and services provided by Google Inc. may be limited by use of this add-on.
      Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on
      See the link of Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on for YouTube.

Web Accessibility

To improve accessibility for seniors and users with disabilities, the Site follows the Level AA standards for web content and accessibility outlined in the Japanese Industrial Standard’s JIS X 8341-3:2016 guideline, “Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities–Information and communications equipment, software and services–Part 3: Web content.”