(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Cash Flows from Operating Activities 75,457149,957241,578207,921266,314
Cash Flows from Investing Activities 232,556-212,193-503,734-12,349-303,899
Cash Flows from Financing Activities 21,289-263,305595,809-12,07091,630
Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Period 868,325546,784880,1001,065,7261,127,523
  • Adjustments figures represent inter-segment transaction and general corporate expenses not belonging to any reporting segment.
  • In FY2017-1Q (2017/4-6), insurance proceeds of ¥4.9 billion as a result of the fire incident at the logistics center of ASKUL Corporation is recorded in "Other Income and Expenses" in "Commerce Bussiness".
  • In FY2017-3Q (2017/10-12), gain on ASKUL Corporation's sales of property and equipment of ¥3.5 billion is recorded in "Other Income and Expenses" in "Commerce Bussiness".
  • In FY2017-4Q (2018/1-3), gain on forgiveness of debt of ¥1.7 billion as a result of the fire incident at the logistics center of ASKUL Corporation is recorded in "Other Income and Expenses" in "Commerce Bussiness".
  • The group has made The Japan Net Bank, Limited its consolidated subsidiary on February 1, 2018.
  • Reporting segments for some services have been changed from FY2018-1Q (2018/4-6). The main change is the transfer of GYAO Corporation and video-related services, etc., from “Commerce Business” to “Media Business”. Prior data and comparative figures have been adjusted to the current segments retroactively.
  • In accordance with the change in accounting policy, part of the payment fees which was recorded as cost of sales, etc. has been deducted from revenue from FY2018-1Q (2018/4-6). Prior data and comparative figures have not been retroactively adjusted.
  • In FY2018-1Q (2018/4-6), gain in sales of shares of IDC Frontier Inc. of ¥7.9 billion is included in “Other Income and Expenses” in “Others”.
  • In FY2018-4Q (2019/1-3), impairment loss of ¥3.6 billion related to the property and equipment and intangible assets of ASKUL Corporation’s logistic center (AVC Hidaka) is recorded in “Other Income and Expenses” in “Commerce Business”.
  • In FY2018-4Q (2019/1-3), impairment loss of ¥2.3 billion related to Synergy Marketing, Inc.’s intangible assets is recorded in “Other Income and Expenses” in “Media Business”.
  • In FY2019-1Q, gain on change in equity of PayPay Corporation of ¥10.8 billion is recorded in “Other Non-Operating Income and Expenses”.
  • ZOZO, Inc. became a consolidated subsidiary on November 13, 2019. The financial results of ZOZO, Inc. have been consolidated from November 2019.
  • Some services and subsidiaries have been transferred among segments from FY2020-Q1. The main change is the transfer of automobile-related services including our subsidiary Carview Corporation, from “Commerce Business” to “Media Business”. Prior data and comparative figures have been adjusted to the current segments retroactively.
  • Digital Content Business has been transferred to Media Business from FY2020-Q3. Prior data and comparative figures have been adjusted to the current segments retroactively.
  • In FY2020-Q3, mainly recorded retirement loss due to renewal of existing system in credit card business, etc. in “Other Non-Operating Income and Expenses”. 
  • LINE Corporation became a consolidated subsidiary on March 1, 2021. The financial results of LINE Corporation have been consolidated from Mar-2021 in Others segment.
  • In FY2020-Q4, mainly recorded gain on sale of fixed assets due to sale-and-leaseback transaction conducted on some offices of subsidiaries in Credit card business in “Other Income and Expenses”.
  • In FY2020-Q4, mainly recorded impairment loss related to use-of-right assets of ¥10.6 billion accompanying the business integration with LINE Corporation in “Other Income and Expenses”.
  • In FY2021-Q1, reclassified into three business segements: Media, Commerce, and Strategic Business. Some services and subsidiaries have been transferred among segments. Prior data and comparative figures have been adjusted to the current segments retroactively.
  • In FY2021-Q2, recorded gain on sale of shares of subsidiaries of ¥15.0 billion due to the transfer of all shares of YJFX, Inc. in “Other Income and Expenses”.
  • In FY2021-Q3, recorded impairment loss on investments in associates and joint ventures of  ¥18.3 billion due to the reduction of the carrying amount of the investment accounted for using the equity method with regard to Demae-can Co., Ltd., to the recoverable amount.
  • In FY2021-Q4, recorded gain on loss of control of subsidiary in “Other Income and Expenses” because eBOOK Initiative Japan Co., Ltd., ceased to be a subsidiary.
  • From FY2022-Q1, Yahoo Japan Corporation’s financial service which had formerly been recorded in Strategic Business has been transferred to Media Business. LINE Corporation’s services that had been recorded in Adjustments have been transferred to each business segment. Accordingly, past data and comparisons have been retroactively adjusted to conform to the current segments.