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[Translation]
October 31, 2013
Notice on Sale of Shares of Shareholders whose Whereabouts are Unknown
As the Company has resolved at a meeting of the Board of Directors held today to sell shares provided for in Article 197, paragraph 1 of the Companies Act (shares of shareholders whose whereabouts are unknown (Remarks)) to ensure the rationalization of share handling works, the Company notifies you as noted below.

(Remarks) “Shareholders whose whereabouts are unknown” means shareholders to whom notices or demands sent to the address or mailing address recorded in the shareholders' registry have not been reached for five consecutive years or more and who have not received dividends of surplus for five consecutive years.

Notes

  1. List of shareholders whose shares are sold
    Because the shareholder No., full name or names, address and number of shares owned on the shareholders' registry of shareholders whose shares are sold will be publicly announced by an electronic public notice date November 1, 2013 pursuant to the provisions of Article 198 of the Companies Act, you are requested to check our website as follows (in Japanese):



  2. Schedule
    November 1, 2013   Public notice and demand seeking objections concerning the sale of shares of shareholders whose whereabouts are unknown
    February 3, 2014   Time limit for stating objections from shareholders whose whereabouts are unknown
    February 4, 2014 and after   Sale of shares of shareholders whose whereabouts are unknown

  3. Contact
    Any inquiries on this matter from shareholders posted on the public notice are requested to be sent to the following shareholders' registry custodian.

    Shareholders' registry custodian   Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
    Contact   Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, Transfer Agent
    7-10-11 Higashi-suna, Koto-ku, Tokyo 137-8081, Japan
    Telephone: 0120-232-711 (toll free)
    Open   Weekdays 9:00-17:00 (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)

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