The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company was founded in 1902, and since then has fulfilled its responsibilities to society through social action programs and through actively supporting the fields of arts and culture.
One such program involved the reconstruction of the residence of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, one of the world's most beloved composers. The residence itself was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War, but in 1996, it was restored to its former glory. One of the main reasons for rebuilding Mozart's home was to give people today and in the future a glimpse of how Mozart lived as a young man, in those rooms where he once composed some of the greatest music the world has ever seen.
The Story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “the Mozart Residence”.