Free tour of Meiji factory | Near Nagoya


“Meiji” is a Japanese company that produces milk and yogurt.
The Meiji Aichi factory is the largest in Japan.

Enjoy hands-on tours at the factory.
You can experience milking with a life-size cattle model and observe the manufacturing process on a 4-screen multi-screen.

There is also a corner where you can enjoy learning about milk and yogurt.

The highlights of the Free tour of Meiji factory

The attendant staff will guide you during the tour.
He / she explains from the meaning of the Meiji logo to the secret of deliciousness in an easy-to-understand manner.

Let’s take a look at the factory tour.

At the entrance where the factory tour starts, factory characters will greet you.

You can learn about Meiji’s commitment to safety and security in detail at various movie theaters.

You can enjoy the nutrition of cows and milk and lactic acid bacteria.
You can also experience milking with a life-size cow model.

A dynamic image that combines computer graphics and live action is displayed on a large 4-screen multi-screen, explaining the manufacturing process.

In the food education room, you can enjoy learning about milk and yogurt.

Furthermore, it is very popular with tasting, tasting and souvenirs.

Recently, the secrets of the products you want to know and the latest technology have been touched, so it is gaining popularity not only for children but also for adults!

Opening hours and reservation method

Start time:4 times a day (9: 30 ~, 11: 00 ~, 13: 30 ~, 15: 00 ~)

Time required: About 1 hour
※Closed Sundays, public holidays, year-end and New Year holidays


However, reservations over the phone are required to tour.
Phone number: 0567-47-1014
Reception hours::Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 16:30 (excluding 12:00 to 13:00)

Acceptance from 2 people.
A children’s tour will be held for children under 4 years old.

Access to Meiji factory

You can go from Nagoya in about an hour.

First, take Meitetsu train from Nagoya Station and head to Shobata Station. (350 yen, 20 minutes)

It takes about 30 minutes on foot from Shobata Station.


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