Regional Information Nagasaki

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The Foundation of Encourage Nagasaki IndustryExternal site: a new window will open.

Dejima Koryu Kaikan Building 6F, 2-11 Dejima-machi, Nagasaki-city, Nagasaki Prefecture 850-0862
Tel: +81-95-820-8890 Fax: +81-95-827-5243
ritti@joho-nagasaki.or.jp

Nagasaki

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The information below is as of November 2017.

Manufacturing industry

(Related sectors: Automobile and Transport Equipment, Electronics, ICT)

Attractive features

Toyota Motor Corp., Daihatsu Motor, Nissan Motor Co. and other leading finished vehicle automakers have located within the areas of easy distribution from Nagasaki. Landing of wide range of orders can be expected by locating business operations in the prefecture.

Principal Japanese companies in the industry
  • NAGASAKI-CHUHATSU Co.,Ltd.
  • G.S. Eletech Kyusyu Inc.
  • Sumisho Airbag Systems
  • SHOWA KINZOKU KOGYO Co.,Ltd.
  • Yahata Metal Co.,Ltd.
Major industry cluster plans, special zones and industry-government-academia collaboration of the industry

In terms of the automotive embedded software field, the prefecture exchange information closely with researchers of Nagasaki University and Sasebo National College of Technology and always ready to work with companies.

Information services, administrative outsourcing, or sales, reception, payroll, and other clerical work office

(Related sectors: ICT)

Attractive features

The prefecture has attracted more than 20 call centers and administrative processing centers such as the reservation centers of MetLife, AIG, the Gibraltar Life Insurance , and a reservation & information center of All Nippon Airways (ANA). The number of educational institutions such as universities and junior colleges in Nagasaki Prefecture per population is relatively high for a population of only 1.38 million, making it easier to secure high-quality younger-age human resources. Also, since the risk of having earthquake disasters is low, the prefecture is an ideal place for the back-up office for administrative functions of headquarters, etc.

Principal foreign companies in the industry

Metlife, inc.

Major education/research institutes of the industry
  • 11 universities and colleges: 8 universities (including 1 women's school) and 3 junior colleges (including 1 women's schools).
  • Implementation of higher education aimed at cultivating outstanding human resources.
  • Senior high schools include 57 public schools and 23 private schools

*Affluent human resources makes it possible to secure personnel relatively easily.