At Riviera Group, we deliver customer satisfaction through activities of environmental conservation,
which are formed on the basis of the four ecological factors of Land, Air, Ocean, and Space.
We grow an abundance of fresh vegetables at our very own farm. In order to deliver ingredients that are good for one’s body we produce pesticide free vegetables under the theme of “Self-Production, Self-Consumption”
By utilizing the excess products from our restaurants to produce our own compost, we have succeeded in growing nutritious vegetables that are friendly to the environment. Furthermore, delicious pesticide-free vegetables, picked fresh in the morning, can be served on our restaurant and wedding banquet menus the same day.
Edible food residues are collected
Composting agents are added to the raw waste, mixed together well, and the first stage of composting begun.
The primary fermentation process of the composting is repeated until the compost is ready for use.
The fully fertilized compost is used on the farm at Riviera Zushi Marina to produce nutrition-packed vegetables.
In order to produce a low CO₂ emission environment, we promote the use of electric cars, electric bikes and Segways. At Riviera Zushi Marina we implemented a terminal with a car-sharing system in order to expand the use of electric vehicles.
In order to serve the community, and to provide support for the development of the next generation, we promote the proper use of our natural resources. For example our “”access dinghy” experience allows children to enjoy the beauty and excitement of the ocean while at the same time learning about the importance of protecting it for the future.
Working in full cooperation with the Citizen’s Congress of Yokosuka Ocean, we aim to increase the production of eelgrass in the Shonan Sea, which has been disappearing due to landfill. By planting seedlings of eelgrass we hope to return the sea to its former beauty. Once the eyeglass has grown, we can create a spawning ground for fish, thus preserving the marine ecosystem in the area.
During outdoor music events we carry out beach cleaning projects to promote the picking up of trash left on the trail between Kamakura station and the venue. We distributed garbage bags in front of the station that can used to pick up garbage and then can be exchanged for a reward sticker at the venue. Additionally, we carry out beach cleaning activities on a regular basis to keep the beaches and surrounding paths free of rubbish.
We put out all our efforts into making sure that guests feel at home and relaxed when they visit our venues. We offer the highest standards of Japanese hospitality and constantly strive to improve our service and amenities.