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Information Regarding the 61st Annual General Meeting of Sha

SUMIDA CORPORATION (the “Company”) would like to inform you that the 61st Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be held as outlined below.
Time and Date: 13:00, Monday, March 21, 2016
Venue: Orion, Hilton Hotel Tokyo (1st Floor), 1-9-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo (map)

[Please click here to download the Notice of the 61st Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.]

Concerning the Exercise of Voting Rights

    Shareholders attending the meeting in person are requested to submit the voting form enclosed with this notice at the reception desk on the day of the meeting.
    A shareholder may exercise his/her voting rights by designating one proxy who is another shareholder of the Company with voting rights pursuant to Article 17 of the Articles of Incorporation. In such cases, please submit to the Company a document proving the proxy’s power of representation (power of attorney).
    If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, please exercise your voting rights using either of the below methods.

[How to submit your voting form by mail]

After indicating your acceptance or rejection of the agenda items on the voting form enclosed with this notice, return the form to us.

[How to exercise your voting rights via the Internet]

Please access the Website for Exercising Voting Rights (http://www.evote.jp/) with a computer, smartphone, or mobile phone, and enter the log-in ID and temporary password shown on the voting form enclosed with this notice. Follow the instructions given on the screen to indicate your acceptance or rejection.

    Please note that shareholders are to bear any and all telecommunications charges, including call charges, and connection charges to be paid to Internet service providers when accessing the Website for Exercising Voting Rights.
    For shareholders who intend to exercise voting rights via mobile phones or smartphones, please note that it may not be possible to do so using certain models.
    In the event that a shareholder exercises a voting right on multiple occasions via the Internet, the Company will treat the shareholder’s final vote as the effective exercise of the voting right.