Company Profile

  • Q1When was the company established?
    The company was established on July 15, 1953.
  • Q2What is the origin of your company name?
    Subaru is a Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster. Subaru was the first brand to use a Japanese name for its vehicles. The name symbolizes the unity of the six companies related to Nakajima Aircraft that merged to form Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (later to become Subaru Corporation).
  • Q3What are your business segments?
    Subaru Corporation is an automobile and aircraft manufacturer headquartered in Japan.
    The company operates automotive and aerospace businesses under the Subaru brand.
  • Q4When was your stock first listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange?
    We were listed on March 14, 1960.


  • Q1Where can I find out about the company's medium- and long-term management plans?
    Please refer to the "Management Plan" page.
  • Q2What are your numerical goals?
    Please refer to the "Management Plan" page.
  • Q3What is your dividend policy?
    Please refer to the "Dividend Information" page.
  • Q4What is your approach to corporate governance?
    Our corporate philosophy places greatest emphasis on strengthening corporate governance in order to provide satisfaction and confidence to all our shareholders, customers and other stakeholders.
    Please refer to our "Corporate Governance" page for more information.
  • Q5What is your executive pay?
    The overview of compensation for directors can be found in the CSR file in our annual report on this page:


  • Q1What is your securities trading code?
    The securities code of Subaru is 7270.
  • Q2Which stock exchange is the company listed on?
    The Tokyo Stock Exchange. We are not listed overseas.
  • Q3Who are your major shareholders?
  • Q4Where can I find the current Subaru stock price?
    For information on stock price, please refer to the "Stock Information" page.
  • Q5How many Subaru shares are outstanding?
    For information on the number of outstanding shares, please refer to the "Stock Information" page.
  • Q6What is the number of shares per trading unit?
  • Q7What is your current dividend situation?
    Please refer to the "Dividend Information" page.
  • Q8When is the general shareholders' meeting held?
    The ordinary general meeting of shareholders is held in June every year. For the agenda of the meeting, please refer to the "Shareholders' Meeting" page.
  • Q9Who are the analysts and their firms that cover Subaru?
    Please refer to the "Analyst Coverage" page.

Account settlement and financial information

  • Q1When does your fiscal year end?
    On March 31.
  • Q2How can I find out when the financial results will be announced?
    Please refer to the "IR Events" page where we list and update our yearly schedule.
  • Q3Does Subaru webcast earnings presentations?
    Live and archived Subaru presentations and conference calls are listed on:
    https://www.subaru.co.jp/ir/library/presentation.html (available in Japanese only)
  • Q4Where can I find your financial documents?
    You can find our latest and past financial and business reports on this page:
  • Q5What is your latest financial outcome?
    Please refer to the latest "Financial Results" on this page:

    (100 million yen)

    Increase / Decrease
    Net Sales 32,327 31,605 −722
    Operating Income 3,794 1,955 −1,839
    Ordinary Income 3,799 1,962 −1,837
    Net income attributable
    to owners of parent
    2,204 1,478 −725
    Subaru Exchange Rate ¥111/US$
    Consolidated Automobile Sales
    (1,000 units)
    1,067 1,000 −67
  • Q6What is your outlook for the current term?
    Please refer to the latest "Financial Results" on this page:

    (100 million yen)

    (actual results)
    <For Reference>
    Revenue*1 31,605 33,100 33,020
    Operating profit*2 1,955 2,600 2,500
    Profit before tax*3 1,958 2,700 2,520
    Profit for the period attributable
    to owners of parent*4
    1,478 2,100 2,000

    * Due to voluntary application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) from the first quarter of the fiscal year ending March 2020, Projection of Consolidated Results for the fiscal year ending 2020 are calculated based on IFRS. Therefore, the fluctuation compared to the results based on the Japanese accounting standards for the fiscal year ended March 2019 is not stated.

    "Revenue" corresponds to "Net Sales" in JGAAP.
    "Operating profit" corresponds to "Operating Income" in JGAAP.
    "Profit before tax" corresponds to "Income before income taxes" in JGAAP.
    "Profit for the period attributable to owners of parent" corresponds to "Net income attributable to owners of parent" in JGAAP.
  • Q7How can I find out about your past financial performances?
    You can find information for the past five years on the "Financial Highlights" page. For financial statements and related information, please refer to the "Historical Financial Data" page.
  • Q8Is it possible to look at the company's annual securities reports?
    Yes, they are listed on this page:
    https://www.subaru.co.jp/ir/library/securities-reports.html (available only in Japanese)
  • Q9Is it possible to look at the company's annual reports?
    Annual reports from fiscal year 1998 are available. Please refer to the "Annual Report" page.


  • Q1Where can I find information on the Subaru lineup?
    It is on the Subaru Global website at www.subaru-global.com.
  • Q2What are Subaru's efforts on safety?
    Subaru aims to improve safety by focusing on three ideas: active safety, passive safety and pre-crash safety. They realize an "Enjoyment and Peace of Mind" driving experience for everyone within the vehicle. Even more, Subaru is aspiring to enhance safety for our whole mobile society including pedestrians and the surrounding environment. For more details, please refer to:
  • Q3Where can I find out about Subaru's environmental activities?
    For our environmental activities, please refer to the "CSR/Environment" page.
  • Q4Where can I find out about Subaru's social contribution?
    Subaru is actively promoting social contribution activities as one aspect of its CSR policy. At its manufacturing plants, these activities take various forms such as community festivals, sports coaching for children by the company's baseball and track teams, and plant tours. For more details, please refer to "Social Contribution" page.