Home > Website Terms and Policies

Website Terms and Policies

Management and Administration

Management and administration of the entire Aichi Prefecture website is conducted by the Information Planning Division of the Aichi Prefecture Regional Development Department.

Copyright Statement

Aichi Prefecture retains copyright on all data and information (text, photos, images, etc.) published on its website. Aichi Prefecture also retains copyright for this website in its entirety as a compiled work and protects these rights in accordance with copyright law. You may not reproduce the contents of this website or create derivative works without permission, with the exception of acts that fall under the provisions allowed under copyright law, such as “quotes and citations” and “copying for personal use.”


Although we are highly confident in the accuracy of the information published on the Aichi Prefecture website, Aichi Prefecture accepts no responsibility for any of the ways in which visitors may use the information contained in the Aichi Prefecture website. Aichi Prefecture accepts no responsibility in any case for any damages or losses incurred by users while attempting to access the Aichi Prefecture website.

Linking Policy

Anyone may freely link to the Aichi Prefecture website as a general rule, but we ask that you not create links that load the Aichi Prefecture website within a frame on your own website. As a general rule, link exchanges are only accepted for other public institutions within Japan. Please be aware that the contents of the Aichi Prefecture website as well as the URLs (addresses) of the pages herein are subject to alteration and deletion without prior notice.

Screen Resolution

This website is designed for a standard resolution of 1,024 by 768 pixels.

Universal Access

We have tried to design this website to comply with “universal access” guidelines so that it may be easily viewed and enjoyed by anyone regardless of age, gender, or physical disabilities. To be specific, we have tried to use lettering that is easy for the elderly to read, and we have done our best to make our website compatible with text-to-speech software for visually impaired visitors.

*What is universal access?

Universal means “applicable to all cases.” Thus, universal access means “designing a website to ensure that all people can access it equally.” Universal access requires that everyone, regardless of one’s individual characteristics and abilities, such as gender, age, height, education, family composition, physical features, race, interests, personality, knowledge, or tastes, be able to use and understand our website.

Recommended Web Browsers

The Aichi Prefecture website has been designed to be viewed with the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer 6.0 and up
  • Firefox 3.0 and up

Preexisting Web Pages

The contents of preexisting web pages will be updated as opportunity allows and converted to conform to the policies stated above.

Top of page