(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Revenue 897,185954,7141,052,9431,205,8461,567,421

( million yen)
2021/03 2022/03
Media Business 366,924 639,587
Commerce Business 746,116 810,920
Strategic Business 87,438 116,166
Others 18,157 22,662
Adjustments -12,790 -21,915

( million yen)
2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Adjusted EBITDA 248,107 294,837 331,486
(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Operating Income 185,810140,528152,276162,125189,503
(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Income before Income Taxes 193,177123,370135,676142,615158,542
(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Net Income Attributable to Owners of the Parent 131,15378,67781,67570,14577,316
(%)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Ratio of Net Income Attributable to Owners of the Parent to Revenue 13.58.610.34.12.9
(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Total Assets 2,516,6332,429,6013,933,9106,691,3287,110,386
(million yen)
2018/03 2019/03 2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Total Equity Attributable to Owners of the Parent 1,013,368818,291771,5482,682,3182,684,377

( yen)
2020/03 2021/03 2022/03
Adjusted EPS 18.66 18.27 10.77
  • 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.