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Last update：Fubruary 3, 2017
METI Kansai Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry have conducted research into industrial facilities (plants, workshops, corporate museums, research institutes, etc.) where people can study and experience industries and companies in the Kansai area (Fukui, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Nara and Wakayama prefectures) and can interact with each other. Currently, information about approximately 500 facilities is introduced on this website.
Various people from both Japan and overseas are already visiting
these facilities for many different purposes, which include industrial
tourism, general tours, field trips, educational trips, tours or
training sessions organized by companies, etc., and school trips. The
total number of visitors to the facilities per year has exceeded 16
million. Please experience industrial tourism in the Kansai area while
referring to this guide.
*This guide only introduces those facilities that have endorsed the purpose of this project and have wished to be listed. This guide therefore does not include all the industrial facilities in the Kansai region that offer tours for visitors.
Notice to Visitors
We have set up a model course in which participants can experience local industries, histories, and cultures through visiting industrial facilities.
1.【Shiga prefecture】 Tour course of Aisho-cho, key transport hub from ancient times（Aisho-cho, Shiga）
2.【Kyoto prefecture】 Tranquil Capital Tour（Muko-shi & Nagaokakyo-shi, Kyoto）
3.【Kyoto prefecture】 Kyoto by the Sea - Kyotango City Tour-（Kyotango, Kyoto）
4.【Nara prefecture】 Tour to Sakurai City, the "City of the Beginning"（Sakurai, Nara)
5.【Osaka prefecture】 Tour to Suita and Its Diverse Attractions（Suita, Osaka）
6.【Hyogo prefecture】 The course to learn about Amagasaki as an industrial city（Amagasaki, Hyogo)
Overseas students experiences of the tour course!
※If you fold the paper into three (a Z-shape), you can make a leaflet.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Kansai Bureau
International Investment Promotion Division
Address: 1-5-44 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 540-8535