About KSP

The Kanagawa Science Park
- A Place for R&D-based Companies to Start, Grow, Gather and Interact -

The Kanagawa Science Park, conveniently located 15 kilometers south of central Tokyo is the first urban-type science park in Japan. KSP houses numerous R&D departments of large companies and foreign affiliates. These companies employ approximately 5,300 people, including engineers, researchers and business persons. KSP is one of the largest science parks in Japan.
KSP is fully equipped with not only research laboratories with advanced specifications for R&D, but also with communication facilities such as meeting rooms, multipurpose event halls, and amenities such as a hotel, restaurants, and public green open spaces. Research support facilities, such as the Materials Characterization Center, allow for collaboration of analytical research and technical consultations.
KSP, an ideal place for the R&D oriented businesses, will move forward to become a platform for global innovation.

Address 3-2-1 Sakado, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Access
Opened July 1989
Total construction cost 65 billion yen
Site area Total area 55,362㎡ / Total floor space 146,336㎡
Owners KSP, Inc.
Nippon Life Insurance Company
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited
Related companies KSP Community Inc.
KSP Heat Supply Inc.
Hotel KSP

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The nearest station

  • □ Mizonokuchi Station
    • Approximately 15 minutes from Shibuya Station of the Tokyu Den-en Toshi Line or Tokyu Oimachi Line
  • □ Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station
    • Approximately 20 minutes from Kawasaki Station of the JR Nambu Line

  • 12 minutes walk from Mizonokuchi station or JR Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station.
  • A direct shuttle bus service is available from Mizonokuchi Station or JR Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station to KSP at Bus Terminal No.9. after 10 am.

About Kanagawa prefecture

Welcome to Kanagawa prefecture!!

Kanagawa Prefecture is located next to the capital city of Tokyo. Access to the area is excellent because of its proximity to Tokyo International Airport-commonly known as Haneda Airport-as well as the TokaidoShinkansen Line and Tomei Expressway, which both run through Kanagawa and connect Tokyo and Osaka.
Kanagawa has a population of 9.09 million, second only to Tokyo.
Kanagawa also has a high concentration of research organizations, numbering over 600, including public (national, prefectural and university) and private. This greatly contributes to Kanagawa's esteemed role as Japan's brain center. In addition, the highly specialized level of employees in the manufacturing industry in Kanagawa is another example of its being the technology center of Japan. The ratio of professional and technical staff in the manufacturing industry exceeds the national average and continues to rise today. From these figures it is very clear that the technological level of the manufacturing industry in Kanagawa is extremely high.
Kanagawa has also been enjoying quite a high reputation as the best location for foreign enterprises to invest in among the areas in Japan. Over 400 foreign affiliated companies have set up operations in Kanagawa Prefecture, which is the second highest number of all Japanese prefectures after Tokyo.

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About Kawasaki City

Welcome to Kawasaki City!!

Kawasaki City is located in the northeast of Kanagawa Prefecture. This city is a vibrant metropolis of 1.4 million people, and one of the main cities forming the Greater Tokyo Area, along with Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama in the surrounding Kanto region. Kawasaki city has excellent connections by land, sea and air , with convenient access to Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport) that serves as a major domestic and international gateway.

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