May 26, 2022
Toyota's response to the spread of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) infections
With the safety and security of customers, employees, and other stakeholders as our top priority, Toyota has been implementing measures based on guidance received from government authorities in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections.
The following outlines the measures against COVID-19 and current status of the impact on Toyota-operated events and facilities as it relates to the spread of COVID-19. The below information will be updated as deemed appropriate.
Statement on Reported COVID-19 Infections at Toyota Work Sites
Adjustments to Domestic Production
- Announced on 2022
- Announced on 2021
- Announced on 2020
Regarding Toyota's Support
The Kokoro Hakobu Project (with "Kokoro Hakobu" meaning "to carry or deliver one's heart" in Japanese) has been the collective name of nationwide initiatives by Toyota, Toyota sales outlets in Japan, and their employees to provide continuous and long-term support to disaster-affected areas in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The name has the connotation of "carrying you in our hearts." Based on Toyota's desire to contribute in some way to people who have contracted and are suffering from COVID-19, as well as to the medical professionals, Japan's central government, and local governments in Japan fighting the disease night and day, Toyota has decided to apply "The Kokoro Hakobu Project" as its overall moniker for related support activities conducted by Toyota Group companies working together.
ShowroomUpdated May 26, 2022
Some showrooms are closing or shortening their operation hours for the period below. Period and operation hours are subject to change depending on the situation.
https://lexustokyo.jp/lexusmeets/(Japanese-language site only)
- Shortening of operation hours
From March 22, 2022 (Tue)
CAFE11:00-22:00 (Last Order: Food 21:00 Drink 21:30)
Cultural/Exhibition facilities & Plant TourUpdated October 25, 2021
Toyota Kaikan Museum is open.
- Plant Tours