Toyota factory tour
See the manufacturing processes that have made Toyota the world's most successful producer of automobiles up close with a tour of their main plant
InsideJapan highly recommend a visit to Japan's biggest car
manufacturer, Toyota. The company's headquarters are located in Toyota
City just outside Nagoya and English language tours of the high-tech
plants are available most days. During the tour you will be shown the
full production line process including Toyota's revolutionary
multi-model system which allows the production of all models of vehicle
on the same production line. The pneumatic seat used by the assembly
line workers is also quite something to see in operation and was
incredibly the result of a staff entry in the suggestions box. The seat
is now the a key element in every Toyota production line in the world.
The Toyota factory Tour is a must for all car fanatics and anyone who has an interest in the industrial development of Japan.
When to go:
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