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Revision as of 07:46, 14 July 2008

Toyota is a city in Aichi in Japan, close to Nagoya. Toyota is - unsurprisingly - the seat of the headquarter of the namesake car company and several car factories.

It was in fact named after the car company (and not the other way round).

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Get in

Toyota is rather difficult to reach by public transport. Despite being close to the Tokaido-Shinkansen, it has no Shinkansen station, and it does not even have direct connections to nearby Shinkansen stations. The closest Shinkansen stations are Toyohashi, Mikawa-Anjo and Nagoya, with Nagoya having the fastest connections to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Toyota's main train station is called Toyota-shi, and approximately one hour from any of the Shinkansen stations, requiring changing trains at least once.

Get around

Toyota is, untypical for Japan, a car city with a very good road network and very sparse public transportation.

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Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Rickey's (on the 1st floor of the multi-purpose Vits building 100 m south of Toyotashi station, open until 2am) is the only Western pub in town, and as such usually well-frequented by locals and Toyota expats from all over the world.

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Contact

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