Japanese Production Sites

Toyota Plants

  Name Main products Start of operations Unit production (1 = 1,000 vehicles)
1 Honsha Plant Forged parts, hybrid system parts, chassis parts Nov. 1938 -
2 Motomachi Plant Crown, Mark X, Estima Aug. 1959 118
3 Kamigo Plant Engines Nov. 1965 -
4 Takaoka Plant Corolla, iQ, Auris, Harrier, Wish, Prius α Sept. 1966 176
5 Miyoshi Plant Transmission-related parts,
forged parts,
engine-related parts
July 1968 -
6 Tsutsumi Plant Prius, Camry, Premio, Allion, Scion tC Dec. 1970 419
7 Myochi Plant Powertrain-related parts June 1973 -
8 Shimoyama Plant Engines, turbochargers,
catalytic converters
March 1975 -
9 Kinu-ura Plant Transmission-related parts Aug. 1978 -
10 Tahara Plant LS, GS, IS, GX, Land Cruiser, engines Jan. 1979 368
11 Teiho Plant Mechanical equipment, moldings for resin and casting and forging Feb. 1986 -
12 Hirose Plant Research and development and production of electronic control devices, ICs March 1989 -
 
1 TOYOTA MOTOR KYUSHU, INC. IS, ES, HS, CT, RX, SAI, Highlander,
engines, hybrid system parts
Dec. 1992 299
2 TOYOTA MOTOR HOKKAIDO, INC. Transmissions,
Powertrain-related parts
Oct. 1992 -
3 TOYOTA MOTOR EAST JAPAN, INC. Corolla, Aqua, Isis, Ractis, ist,
Century, Comfort, Porte, Spade,
Powertrain-related parts
July 2012 602
4 TOYOTA AUTO BODY CO., LTD. Prius, Estima, Hiace, Noah, Voxy,
Alphard, Vellfire, Land Cruiser, Coaster
Aug. 1945 671

Note:
1: As of December 2013
2: TOYOTA MOTOR KYUSHU, INC., TOYOTA MOTOR HOKKAIDO, INC., TOYOTA MOTOR EAST JAPAN, INC. and TOYOTA AUTO BODY CO., LTD are 100% owned subsidiaries of Toyota Motor Corporation.

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