[Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform Rimawari-kun] SYLA Launched a Project to Preserve Cultural Assets at Koyasan Henjoson-in Temple.

SYLA Co., Ltd. (Head office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Yoshiyuki Yuto), a wholly owned subsidiary of SYLA Technologies Co., Ltd. (Head office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Hiroyuki Sugimoto; NASDAQ: “SYT”), has launched a donation crowdfunding project to support the preservation of precious cultural assets of Japan, at Koyasan Henjoson-in Temple.

Rimawari-kun Has Launched A Donation-based Crowdfunding Project to Preserve Koyasan’s Valuable Cultural Assets
The real estate crowdfunding platform, Rimawari-kun, has launched a donation-based crowdfunding project aimed at preserving Japan’s cultural heritage and ensuring its continuity to future generations. The donation project focuses on raising funds for the protection of invaluable cultural assets in Henjoson-in Temple, nestled within the designated World Heritage Site, Koyasan.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the temple’s finances, stemming from a decline in inbound travelers and overall tourism to Koyasan. Given these circumstances, the urgency to safeguard Koyasan's cultural assets is imperative.
Participants in Rimawari-kun’s donation-based crowdfunding project can anticipate a variety of reward gifts based on the amount donated. These rewards include items blessed within the main hall of Koyasan Henjoson-in Temple, exclusive updates on the restoration project’s progress, and personalized letters of appreciation as tokens of gratitude to donors.
Koyasan stands as a historical and cultural landmark revered not only in Japan but across the world. This crowdfunding initiative aims to share the allure of Koyasan with a broader audience while actively contributing to the preservation of Japan’s cultural heritage. Rimawari-kun remains dedicated to proactively developing initiatives aimed at safeguarding and transmitting world heritage sites, cultural assets, and traditional crafts in Japan and abroad.

Examples of Reward Gifts

Rimawari-kun’s donation-based crowdfunding offers a range of rewards depending on the donation amount. Alongside amulets and items blessed in Koyasan Henjoson-in Temple’s main hall, donors can receive exclusive updates on the restoration project’s progress and personalized letters of appreciation as tokens of gratitude.

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Special Interview: “Issues Facing the World Heritage Site, Koyasan — Preserve Cultural Assets for Future Generations"

Rimawari-kun Donation Based Fund Overview
Fund name: Koyasan Henjoson-in Temple: New Initiatives to Preserve World Heritage for the Future
Offering amount: 10,000,000 yen
Type of offering: Donation
Minimum unit of donation: 100 yen
Application period: March 25, 2024 – April 30, 2024
Application page:

Target amount: 10,000,000 yen
Use of funds: Preservation costs for the statue of Dainichi Nyorai in the Womb Realm and crowdfunding-related expenses
* This is an "All-in" project. Regardless of whether or not the target amount has been reached, the amount raised at the end of the application period will be paid to the originator.

Rimawari-kun App Overview
Category: Finance
Supported OS: iOS/Android
Fee: Free
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SYLA Technologies Company Contact
Hajime Sugino
Head of SYLA USA