How to use the website
This page shows guidelines for using the website. Check this page if you have any trouble using the website.
If you are not able to solve your problem, please inform us of the details of the problem and your usage environment (OS, browser name and their versions) using the Inquiry Form.
Recommended environment for viewing
The following environment is necessary for optimally using the website.
- Internet Explorer 11 or later
- Microsoft Edge 38 or later
- Mozilla Firefox 50 or later
- Google Chrome 55 or later
- Safari 9 or later
The website may be viewed and operated without problems on environments other than the above, but please note that defects could arise, such as inability to operate some of the supplementary functions and breakage of some displayed images.
This website conforms to the following guidelines for accessibility under various environments. We have strived to improve the website contents so that elderly or handicapped users may also obtain information.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
This website conforms to level A of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 of W3C.
Descriptions compliant with XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS2.1
This website has been created using descriptions compliant with XHTML1.0 Strict and CSS2.1, which are XHTML standards formulated by the international standardization organization W3C. This ensures accessibility when the website is used under various environments, including voice-operated browsers.
Using the website’s search functions
This website offers search functions inside the site. After inputting a keyword in the Search Form at the top of the page, press the Search button. This will search the entire site for matches for your keyword.
This website uses Customized Search offered by Google. With this option, various search methods available with Google can be used. The basic features are described below.
By designating several keywords separated by a space, only pages containing all the keywords are searched. A search can be narrowed down by increasing the number of keywords. However, the search may not turn up any matches when too many keywords are used.
Distinction between upper- and lower-case characters
Upper- and lower-case characters are not differentiated between when searching in the website. Both characters are recognized as lower-case characters. For example, KYORIN and kyorin will yield the same search results.