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Kansai Science City

Kansai Science City – Started as an initiative of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport as Japan’s leading research and development city, stretching over Kyoto, Osaka and Nara Prefectures, it acts as an area of transmission for new industry and culture, and a gathering-place for those research and development institutions from industry, government and academia enticed by its facilities.

Furthermore, the Kinki region, as Japan’s new capital city of culture, sits alongside the capital region, and both support Japan from the dual perspectives of culture and economy.

Other Companies/Facilities/Institutions in the Region

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Main Companies Main Governmental Facilities Main Academic Institutions
Panasonic Corporation
”Fundamental Technology Laboratory”
National Diet Library Kansai Building Doshisha University
Kyotanabe Campus
Kyocera Corporation
”Central Laboratory”
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone
”Communication Science Fundamental Research Laboratory”
Doshisha University
Science City Campus
Shimadzu Corporation
Fundamental Technology Laboratory”
International Institute for Advanced Studies Osaka University Graduate School
Graduate School of Engineering
Omron Corporation
”Keihanna Innovation Center”
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth Osaka Electro-Communication University
Shijonawate Schoolhouse
Ion Engineering Laboratory Institute of Information and Communications Technology Kansai Gaidai University
Hotani Schoolhouse
NEC Corporation
”Kansai Laboratory”
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International Co., Ltd (ATR) Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts
Kyotanabe Campus
Sekisui House, Ltd
”General Housing Laboratory”
Japan Electrical Power Laboratory
”Kansai Laboratory”
Kyoto Prefectural University, Agricultural Faculty
Kinden Corporation
”Kyoto Laboratory”
Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties Nara Institute of Science and Technology
We received recognition of the research we continue to do into metal fatigue and corrosion and their results,
and in July 2007 we opened the facility in the Seika/Nishikizu area after receiving an invitation to do so in 2006.
With this opportunity, in addition to strengthening our coordination with industry, government and academia including Doshisha University’s Engineering Department,
we are taking part in environmental consideration such as recycling rainwater and our rooftop planting where we have installed Japan’s first intelligent control system to take advantage of a positive environment,
thus fulfilling our corporate social responsibility.

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