Wada Aircraft Technology is located on the outskirts of Nagoya city in Aichi prefecture, which is in the Chubu region, the heart of Japan’s aerospace cluster, a major manufacturing hub, and gateway to the rest of Asia and beyond.
As the home of Subaru, Mitsubishi, Kawasaki, and Nabtesco's aerospace divisions, the Japan Air Self Defense Force's test wing, as well as other major Japanese companies such as Toyota, Yamaha, Denso, DMG Mori, Brother, Hoshizaki, Chubu has the perfect conditions for a thriving manufacturing ecosystem.
Chubu also has modern, well developed infrastructure capable of supporting a large manufacturing industry, including Nagoya Port, the largest and busiest trading port in Japan, and Chubu Centrair International Airport, one of the busiest passenger and air cargo terminals in Japan.
Access to Japan’s other major cities and business hubs such as Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe and Yokohama is quick and convenient due to our central location within Japan. Road, rail, air and sea routes enable the rapid transportation of parts and services throughout Japan and around the world.
We are within 3 hours of Shanghai, Beijing, and Seoul, and 7 hours of Singapore by aircraft, allowing for shorter turnarounds, quick responses, and significantly cheaper transport costs for projects within Asia. Our positioning also makes us competitive with Europe in shipping products to Seattle or elsewhere on the west coast of the United States.