Yokohama's important role
Ever since the opening of its port more than 150 years ago, Yokohama has played an important role in modernizing and internationalizing our country, serving as a gateway to the world.
The city of Yokohama, with a population of 3.67 million people, is Japan’s second-largest city and offers the following advantages: excellent accessibility and cost-effectiveness, abundant human resources, businesses of all kinds, including foreign companies, and generous support for newly arriving companies.
In addition, the city boasts international schools such as the Tokyo Yokohama German School, thus providing a suitable environment for foreign businesses in Yokohama.
The German Industry Park excels with superb accessibility
on foot to the Kamoi train station
to Haneda airport (for domestic flights)
to Narita airport (for international flights)
to downtown Yokohama
to downtown Tokyo
High tech park
The Ideal Site for Entering the Japanese Market
The GIP is located right in the Hakusan High-Tech Park in the city of Yokohama, an economic and technological powerhouse only 30 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, Japan’s capital city. Over 300 research institutes and more than 6,000 manufacturing companies are based in the Yokohama area.
In the Hakusan High-Tech Park alone, your neighbors in five other facilities will include many prominent high-tech enterprises and potential business partners. Since its construction in 1987, the German Industry Park has advanced to become one of Yokohama’s leading locations for high-tech companies.
Follow the example of more than 50 German and international corporations and make your entry into the Japanese market a success by choosing the German Industry Park!