Fujitsu Secures Naming Rights Agreement for Todoroki Athletics Stadium

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Fujitsu (Credits: Times Now)

On January 17, Fujitsu announced the signing of a naming rights agreement with Kawasaki Todoroki Park Corporation for the Todoroki Athletics Stadium in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As per the agreement, the stadium will be known as “Uvance Todoroki Stadium by Fujitsu” from February 1, 2024, to March 31, 2029.

Situated in the Todoroki Ryokuchi Park near Fujitsu’s Kawasaki Plant, a crucial hub for innovative technology research and development, the stadium serves as the home ground for Kawasaki Frontale, a football club owned by Fujitsu.

Under a comprehensive agreement, Fujitsu and Kawasaki City have collaborated on community revitalization initiatives to address societal challenges and envision a sustainable future for Kawasaki City.

Fujitsu signs naming rights agreement for Todoroki Athletics Stadium
Fujitsu signs naming rights agreement for Todoroki Athletics Stadium (Credits: Fujitsu Global)

Kawasaki Todoroki Park, established with joint investment from nine companies, including Fujitsu, has been overseeing the operation and maintenance of Todoroki Ryokuchi Park facilities since April 2023 as part of the larger Todoroki Ryokuchi Park redevelopment and operation project.

Fujitsu is committed to collaborating with stakeholders such as Kawasaki City and Kawasaki Todoroki Park to foster a vibrant community around the stadium.

In April 2024, Fujitsu plans to rename its Kawasaki Plant as “Fujitsu Technology Park” to emphasize its role as a base for cutting-edge technologies and innovation.

Aligned with the vision of Fujitsu Uvance to achieve a sustainable world, the company will continue contributing to the well-being of local residents and visitors while supporting the redevelopment and operation of Todoroki Ryokuchi Park in coordination with governmental organizations.

The initiatives stem from a comprehensive agreement with Kawasaki City, strengthening cooperation to realize a sustainable “Future City.”

The Todoroki Ryokuchi Park redevelopment and operation project commenced in April 2023, and Fujitsu Technology Park was introduced in September 2023 to enhance productivity and data-driven management in corporate hubs in the Tokyo area.

Fujitsu, with a purpose to make the world more sustainable through innovation, serves as a digital transformation partner for customers globally.

With 124,000 employees in over 100 countries, the company leverages key technologies—Computing, Networks, AI, Data & Security, and Converging Technologies—to deliver sustainability transformation.

As of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2023, Fujitsu Limited reported consolidated revenues of 3.7 trillion yen (US$28 billion) and remains the leading digital services company in Japan by market share. For more information, visit


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