Under the motto “Storytelling for a Better Planet,” we strive to solve social issues raised by SDGs with our creative skills and the power of communication, by leveraging the strengths of television.

Let’s achieve a sustainable society by being a changemaker for the world with storytelling.

Fuji Television operates a broadcasting business with licensed airwaves, which are publicly owned assets. Fulfilling our role as part of the social infrastructure, it is our mission to maintain lifeline functions such as providing emergency disaster broadcasts as a backbone medium.

Furthermore, the media and entertainment industry is one of the most powerful forces influencing and reflecting culture, social views, and societal outcomes. Being respectful of the public nature inherent in broadcasting, we build programs that empower, engage, and inspire our audiences to make a real difference.


Inspiring a Better Planet through the Power of Stories

We combine the power of storytelling expertise and media platforms to deliver positive change in society.

  • 17 Partnerships for the Goals

SDGs Themed Regular Programs
As a leading member of the media promoting SDGs in Japan, we broadcast numerous related programs.

Future Runners

Aired Wednesdays 22:54-23:00
※Aired Saturdays on BS Fuji 21:55-22:00

The world's first regularly-aired program on SDGs since July 2018.
All episodes are subtitled in English.



Aired Saturdays 9:55-10:25

Kana Kurashina, SHELLY, and Fuju Kamio are the MCs for this exciting SDGs learning show.


Sustaina Wave

Aired Mondays 22:54-23:00

Fuji TV announcer experiences ‘sustainable life' with SDGs.


chikyu tono yakusoku

Aired Tuesdays 22:54-23:00

This program covers a location from Japan each time ranging from various scenic landscapes entrancingly patterned by seasonal and regional influences. With the concept of a quiet pledge to be at one with the world, the show puts the spotlight on efforts that work toward protecting such environment, alongside the immersive experiences created by visual imageries, tranquil sounds of nature and some beautifully calming narration.



Aired Sundays 6:15-6:30

Monthly broadcast of SDGs projects on one of the world's most popular animation programs.


Mezamashi 8

Aired Monday to Friday 8:00-9:50

Monthly broadcast of SDGs projects on morning infotainment program.


Taking advantage of our position as a member of the largest media conglomerate in Japan (Fuji Media Holdings/FMH), Fuji Television (terrestrial television broadcasting), is working together with BS Fuji (satellite broadcasting), and Nippon Broadcasting System (radio broadcasting) in a three-wave joint SDGs project since 2021.

In addition, FMH also continues to promote social contribution in various other areas, such as in the field of charity, artistic and cultural activities, as well as through the media. (For more information, please refer to Sustainability Report)

United Nations Global Compact
and SDG Media Compact

In April 2018, Fuji Media Holdings (parent company of Fuji TV) joined the United Nations Global Compact, a global initiative to achieve sustainable growth for the international community.
Fuji Television is a signatory to the SDG Media Compact, an alliance of news organizations and entertainment companies established to enhance coverage of the SDGs and stimulate action to achieve them.

External Commendations

Received ‘SDGs Partnership Award’ at the 2nd Japan SDGs Award in December 2018.
Japan SDGs Award
JAPAN SDGs Action Platform Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of Japan (


For an Inclusive Society & Support for the Next Generation

We are working to solve various social issues through CSR activities that take advantage of the unique characteristics of a TV station. These include, special visitation classes by Fuji TV announcers, educational events which aim to teach children the importance of eating well-balanced meals and content production. We aim to create an inclusive society where no one is left behind.

  • 3 Good Health and Well-being
  • 4 Quality Education
  • 5 Gender Equality
  • 10 Reduce Inequalities

Fuji TV announcers visit elementary schools to teach pupils communication skills.


Hello Dokko-kun

Fuji TV announcers visit kindergartens across Japan for dietary education letting kids know about seasonal foods, importance of well-balanced meals, and the need for regular exercise to keep the digestive tract healthy. Activities such as picture-story shows and original Dokko-Kun exercise help achieve this.


Digital Kamishibai

Digital picture-story shows read aloud by Fuji TV announcers.


Zutto Ouen Project

Continuous support activities for disaster-affected areas.



Charity Campaign to support disadvantaged children around the world, in cooperation with UNICEF since 1974.



Awareness Color Light-Up Project put on Fuji TV's building, famous for its design by Kenzo Tange.



Support for the Disaster-affected Areas & For Our Planet

We continue to care for the environment in our daily business to create a beautiful city with the local community.

  • 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • 12 Responsible Consumption and Production
  • 13 Climate Action
  • 14 Life Below Water
  • 15 Life on Land

Since the aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake (March 11, 2011), we have continued our annual cherry blossom tree-planting in Fukushima, and have broadcast special content to appeal to the public.

Our employees carry out clean-up and tree-planting activities regularly in the Odaiba area where our headquarters is located.

Fuji Television supports The Grand Prize for the Global Environment Award, one of the most prestigious environmental awards sponsored by the Fujisankei Communications Group, while striving toward the goal of realizing a rich, vigorous nation where the environment and economy are in harmony.