The Roots of Japan's Renowned Manufacturing Industry
Smart Factories Specialized for High-mix, Low-volume Production
OKI TOMIOKA Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
KONGO Co., Ltd.
Shinba Iron Works Corporation
Tanabe Co., Ltd.
EVS Metal, Inc.
Takaoka Douki (the Takaoka Copperware)
The Sound of the Temple Bell Brings Peace to the Japanese Heart
Sabae, A Major Global Eyeglass Frame Production Site that Produces 20% of the World’s Frames
Traditional craftwork developed over a history of 400 years - Crossing the seas and gaining attention around the world
Achievements of the Shuseikan Project and Japan’s Industrial Revolution
Tea bowls - Creating Mino-yaki tea utensils from the Azuchi-Momoyama Period, the golden age in the history of Japanese ceramics
Forging and hand finishing - techniques used to make 1.4 meter long maguro knives, and a variety of Japanese and western style knives
Kyoto - Tankin
Tankin - Traditional technique going back to 4000 B.C. Refined tool manufacturing passed down in Kyoto, the 1200 year old historical capital of Japan
where the culture and tradition of Japanese craftsmanship is alive
World heritage site — Sacred place and source of artistic inspiration
Japanese high speed railway system
Contact for repair/recovery of AMADA products and our corporate activities.