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Gunma Symphony Orchestra
The Gunma Symphony Orchestra was founded in November 1945 in the aftermath of World War II. “Koko ni Izumi Ari,” a film produced in 1955, tells the story of the early years of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra and garnered national attention around Japan. Since the opening of the orchestra’s traveling music classroom program in 1947, performances have been enjoyed by over 6.34 million children and students. The orchestra has gained wide support and has further become a symbol of culture in Gunma prefecture due to activities such as the opening of their high school music classroom in 1982.
Japanese to English: Non-Disclosure Agreement exerpt General field: Law/Patents Detailed field: Law: Contract(s)
Source text - Japanese (1) 乙は、甲から開示される情報、ならびに本契約に関連して知り得た甲の営業上および技術上の情報(甲より提供される図面・仕様書・資料等および打ち合わせにより開示される技術情報)(以下、秘密情報という)について、善良なる管理者の注意義務を払ってこれを秘密として厳重に管理し、甲の事前の書面による同意を得ることなく第三者に対して秘密情報を一切開示または漏洩し、又は本契約を履行する以外の目的に使用してはならないものとする。但し、当該義務は秘密情報のうち以下の情報には適用されない。
Translation - English Article 12 (Confidentiality)
(1) With due care of a prudent manager, Company B shall manage under strict guard any information disclosed by Company A and any of Company A’s business and technological information (technological information disclosed by meetings, or drawings, specifications, documents or the like provided by Company A) known in relation to this Agreement as secrets (hereinafter referred to as “Confidential Information”). Company B shall not disclose or leak any Confidential Information to any third party without prior written consent from Company A or use any Confidential Information outside of the purposes of the performance hereof, provided, however, that the obligations concerned shall not be applied to;
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