Japanese Production Site

Locations of Toyota Facilities

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Toyota Plants

Name Main products Start of operations Unit production (1 = 1,000 vehicles) Number of employees
Honsha Plant Forged parts, hybrid system parts Nov. 1938 3,897
Motomachi Plant Crown, Mark X, Estima Aug. 1959 80 7,681
Kamigo Plant Engines Nov. 1965 3,201
Takaoka Plant Corolla, Vitz, iQ, ist, Ractis, Scion xD Sept. 1966 267 4,685
Miyoshi Plant Transmission-related parts, cold-forged and sintered parts, engine-related parts July 1968 1,508
Tsutsumi Plant Prius, Camry, Premio, Allion, Scion tC Dec. 1970 374 5,467
Myochi Plant Powertrain-related suspension cast parts, powertrain-related suspension
machined parts
June 1973 1,706
Shimoyama Plant Engines, turbochargers, catalytic converters March 1975 1,630
Kinu-ura Plant Transmission-related parts Aug. 1978 3,282
Tahara Plant LS, GS, IS, GX, RAV4, Wish, Land Cruiser, Vanguard, engines Jan. 1979 321 7,337
Teiho Plant Mechanical equipment, moldings for resin and casting and forging Feb. 1986 1,261
Hirose Plant Research and development and production of electronic control devices, ICs March 1989 1,513
Toyota Motor Kyushu, Inc. IS, ES, HS, RX, Harrier, Highlander, engines, hybrid system parts Dec. 1992 285 6,282
Toyota Motor Hokkaido, Inc. Automobile parts including automatic transmissions, continuously variable
transmissions, transfers, aluminum wheels
Oct. 1992 2,345
Toyota Motor Tohoku Co., Ltd. Electronic controlled brakes, suspensions, axles, torque converters Oct. 1998 383

Note
1: As of December 2009.
2: Toyota Motor Kyushu, Inc., Toyota Motor Hokkaido, Inc. and Toyota Motor Tohoku, Inc. are 100%-owned subsidiaries of Toyota Motor Corporation.