MITSUBISHI MOTORS Okazaki Plant | Japan Highlights Travel, for sightseeing around Tokaido

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Learn about Mitsubishi Motors' state-of-the-art technology and latest cars

The Okazaki Plant produces OUTLANDER PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid EV System)—one of the main car lines in Mitsubishi Motors—as well as the latest compact SUVs, ECLIPSE CROSS, and more. It holds plant tours several times a month, and visitors can watch the dynamic production processes of vehicles as they are pressed, welded, and assembled by robots and human hands. The tour options let you enjoy the planetarium theater at PHEV World (reservation required / takes approx. 30 minutes) and check out racing cars and great cars of the past at MITSUBISHI AUTO GALLERY (reservation required / takes approx. 20 minutes). Whether you like cars or not, this place is worth a visit.
Posted photos Main The robots pressing, welding, assembling, and inspecting on the assembly line are a must-see
Three photos Upper left You can enjoy PHEV World, a planetarium theater with a 6-meter-wide dome, with a reservation, upper right In the coating factory, the coating process is explained in an easy-to-understand manner using cut-out models, lower Visit MITSUBISHI AUTO GALLERY, where MITSUBISHI-A, Japan's first mass-produced vehicle, and more are on display (separate reservation required)
Address Nakashinkiri 1, Hashime-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi
Phone +81-564-31-3100 (Japanese only)
Tour times 9:50 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 1:10 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. (Time required: approx. 1 hour and 40 minutes)
Holidays 2-3 times a month
* Please check the website for details.
Tours Free
Access Take the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line from "Toyohashi Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 25 minutes, alight at "Higashi Okazaki Station". Take the Meitetsu Bus bound for Futaba Sangyo for approx. 18 minutes, alight at "Hashime-cho Okoya", and walk for approx. 3 minutes.
Approx. 25 minutes by taxi from "Mikawa-Anjo Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen.
PHEV World
* Reservations required at least one day in advance. First come, first serve. Walk-ins can join a tour if there are openings (max 40 people per tour).

updated on Sep 30, 2018

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