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Summary of the Organization

NameThe Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank
EstablishedApril 1, 2021
Description of the OrganizationThe Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank aims to protect the lives and contribute to the healthy growth of infants who are born extremely preterm or with very low birth weight through donor milk.
Activity Description
  • Provide a stable supply of donor milk (pasteurization, storage in medical freezers, and transport to NICUs nationwide)
  • Research safety and efficacy of donor milk
  • Raise awareness about the human milk bank system
Address

Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building 1F, 17-10 Nihonbashi-koamicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0016, Japan

連絡先Phone:+81-(03)-5931-3695
Fax:+81-(03)-5931-3690
Email: info@milkbank.or.jp

Vision

Unleash the potential of the next generation to create a better world.

We believe that enriching the first nourishment of infants’ lives will improve their health and greatly expand their future possibilities.
Through donor milk, we want to help infinitely expand a better world.

Mission

Passing a donor milk life baton to babies in need.

We protect the lives of premature infants in need which leads to life-long health as well as peace of mind for their families by providing safe donor milk.
We will contribute to better life-long health of premature infants by establishing a tailor-made donor milk supply system based on donor milk analysis.
We will safeguard more babies’ lives by raising awareness about the milk bank system.

Values

  1. Baby First
  2. Thorough hygiene management and commitment to safety
  3. Relentless pursuit of advancing our project and overcoming challenges
  4. Open and transparent

Principles

  1. We are dedicated to the well-being of babies and the peace of mind of their families, and we work quickly and meticulously.
  2. We will maintain the highest hygiene management system for the safety of donor milk.
  3. We will continue to take on challenges for a better future with a spirit of constant exploration.
  4. We will always be open and transparent to society.
  5. We will utilize our individuality and abilities in practice, which will lead to further development of the individuals and the organization through daily experience and continuous learning.

Location

Ningyocho Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Subway Asakusa Line) – 5 min. walk from Exit A5 (stairs) / 4 min. walk from Exit A6 (elevator) / 5 min. walk from Exit A3 (elevator)
Mitsukoshimae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line) – 8 min. walk from Exit B6 (stairs) / 10 min. walk from Exit B4 (elevator)
Nihombashi Station (Toei Subway Asakusa Line) – 8 min. walk from Exit D2 (stairs)
Nihombashi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Tozai Line) – 10 min. walk from Exit B12 (elevator)
Suitengu-mae Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line) – 8 min. walk from Exit 7 or 8 (stairs)

The Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank
Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building 1F, 17-10 Nihonbashi-koamicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0016, Japan
Barrier-free (elevator) route
A 5-minute walk from Exit A3 of Ningyocho Station on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Toei Subway Asakusa Line
  1. Take the elevator on the right side of Exit A3 to the ground level.
  2. After exiting the elevator, turn left and cross the “Ningyocho” intersection.
  3. Continue to walk straight ahead.
  4. Cross the sidewalk just past VIA INN Nihonbashi-ningyocho (hotel) on your left, and the Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building will be on your left.
  5. The Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank is on your right as you enter the building.
A 4-minute walk from Exit A6 of Ningyocho Station on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Toei Subway Asakusa Line
  1. Take the elevator from Exit A6 to the ground level.
  2. When you get off the elevator, go right.
  3. When you reach the main street, turn left and follow the road straight ahead.
  4. Cross the sidewalk at the end of VIA INN Nihonbashi-ningyocho (hotel), and the Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building will be on your left.
  5. The Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank is on your right as you enter the building.
10-minute walk from Exit B4 of Mitsukoshimae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
  1. Take the exit B4 elevator (Mitsukoshi department store entrance is on your left) to the ground level.
  2. After exiting the elevator, turn to your left and walk along the street, crossing the “Nihonbashi Kitazume” intersection twice to head to the diagonal corner.
  3. Continue to walk straight along the street.
  4. Pass through the “Edobashi Kita” and “Kobunacho” intersections.
  5. Cross the sidewalk at the end of Showa Shell Sekiyu, and the Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building is on your right.
  6. The Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank is on your right as you enter the building.
10-minute walk from Exit B12 of Nihombashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.
  1. Take the elevator from Exit B12 (inside COREDO Nihonbashi) to the ground level.
  2. Get off the elevator, turn right and walk straight towards “Nihonbashi” (Nihonbashi-bridge).
  3. Cross “Nihonbashi” and turn right at the “Nihonbashi Kitazume” intersection (do not cross the intersection).
  4. Continue to walk straight along the street.
  5. Pass through the “Edobashi Kita” and “Kobunacho” intersections.
  6. Cross the sidewalk at the end of Showa Shell Sekiyu, and the Nihonbashi-koamicho Square Building is on your right.
  7. The Nippon Foundation Human Milk Bank is on your right as you enter the building.

Policies and ResourcesPolicies and Resources

Brochure
  • 日本財団母乳バンクパンフレット (1 MB)pdf
Articles of Organization &Regulations
  • 定款 (291 KB)pdf
  • 役員及び評議員の報酬等に関する規程 (315 KB)pdf
  • 評議員会運営規程 (153 KB)pdf
  • 理事会運営規程 (353 KB)pdf
  • 経理規程 (277 KB)pdf
  • 組織規程 (109 KB)pdf
  • 寄附金等取扱規程 (127 KB)pdf
  • 職員就業規則 (654 KB)pdf
  • 職員給与規程 (254 KB)pdf
  • 旅費規程 (191 KB)pdf
  • 個人情報取扱規程(特定個人情報以外) (303 KB)pdf
  • 特定個人情報(マイナンバー)等取扱規程 (362 KB)pdf
  • 印章管理規程 (193 KB)pdf
  • 文書管理規程 (789 KB)pdf

 

Contact Us5,000 infants Need Donor Milk
Five thousand infants born extremely preterm or with very low birth weight
need donor milk every year in Japan.