In this section we will introduce the Roppongi Hills Neighborhood Association, which positions safety, security, community, and contributing to the region as the pillars of its activities.
Purpose of establishment
The Roppongi Hills Neighborhood Association was established to help create a safe, secure and pleasant city. It promotes such activities as a monthly voluntary “Roppongi Clean-up,” holding a spring festival, a traditional Bon Dance (Bon Odori) event, and earthquake disaster drills. Through the Association, Roppongi Hills residents also work to promote the development of a thriving community with international cultural qualities by forming ties with nearby neighborhood or block associations.
The 3 pillars of the Neighborhood Association
The 3 pillars of the Neighborhood Association’s activities are activities for promoting safety and security, community activities, and activities that contribute to the region. The main purposes of the Neighborhood Association are to be prepared for emergencies, build a tightly knit, safe, and secure community, and to contribute to revitalizing the Azabu-Roppongi area, which includes Roppongi Hills. Support for these activities comes from the participation of each and every member of the Neighborhood Association.
Security, reliable activity
Local contribution activity
|Name||Roppongi Hills Neighborhood Association|
|The establishment date||May 24, 2004|
The Roppongi Hills Neighborhood Association secretariat
Address: 6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku
|Vice-chairperson||Hiroshi Mori life, nakakohakurin, Gentaro Ishii, Eiichi Suzuki|
|Manager of public relations section||Eiichi Suzuki (vice-chairperson and additional post)|
|Manager of environmental beautification section||Katsu Hara|
|General affairs Welfare Department's chairperson||Naoto Ushiyama|
|Manager of road safety section||nakakohakurin (vice-chairperson and additional post)|
|Manager of health, beauty section||sanchusagahirome|
|Manager of crime prevention, disaster prevention section||Katsumi Fukui|
|Manager of community section||Ito Kasuga|
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