Kyocera to Acquire Construction Site in Japan for New Smart Factory

Most state-of-the-art Kyocera facility will be constructed on about 37 acres in Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, to feature new automotive and communication innovations

KYOTO, Japan--()--Kyocera Corporation (hereinafter: Kyocera) today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire about 37 acres of land for a new smart factory at the Minami Isahaya Industrial Park in Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture. A signing ceremony held today at New Nagasaki Hotel was attended by Kyocera Corporation President Hideo Tanimoto, as well as Kengo Oishi, Governor of Nagasaki Prefecture, and Yukishige Okubo, Mayor of Isahaya City.

Kyocera, which is reinvesting in its existing factories both in Japan and abroad, decided to build the new plant in December 2022 after determining that rising market demand will require additional production capabilities. The land purchase agreement includes a developed site of about 14 acres, where construction will begin in October 2023, and another 23-acre pre-developed site that Kyocera plans to acquire in 2024.

In the electronics industry, demand for components is expected to keep rising alongside such trends as miniaturization, advancing semiconductor technology, the growing functionality of smartphones and other communications devices, the expansion of 5G base stations and data centers, and the proliferation of new automotive innovations including ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) and EV (electric vehicle) technologies.

To meet this demand, Kyocera is designing the new factory to produce fine ceramic components used in semiconductor-related applications as well as semiconductor packages, aiming for it to begin production in 2026.

Kyocera will continue developing its business to contribute to the local community by revitalizing the economy of Nagasaki Prefecture and creating new employment opportunities.

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Overview of the new plant


Kyocera Corporation Nagasaki Isahaya Plant (tentative)


Minami Isahaya Industrial Park
Oguri District, Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan

Total investment

Approximately 62 billion yen (approx. 466 million U.S. dollars), based on plans through 2028

Total area

Approximately 150,000 m2 (Approx. 37 acres)
Acquisition schedule:
-October 2023: Approx. 57,000 m2 (Approx. 14 acres)
-2024: Approx. 93,000 m2 (Approx. 23 acres)

Building footprint

13,900 m2 (149,618 ft2), one building in steel construction with 6 stories

Floor area

77,900 m2 (838,509 ft2)

Construction schedule

Begin construction: 2023
Complete construction: 2025
Begin manufacturing operations: 2026


Fine ceramic components, semiconductor packages, etc.

Production plan

Approximately 25 billion yen (Approx. 188 million US dollar) per year estimated for 2028


Kyocera Corporation (TOKYO:6971,, the parent and global headquarters of the Kyocera Group, was founded in 1959 as a producer of fine ceramics (also known as “advanced ceramics”). By combining these engineered materials with metals and integrating them with other technologies, Kyocera has become a leading supplier of industrial and automotive components, semiconductor packages, electronic devices, smart energy systems, printers, copiers, and mobile phones. During the year ended March 31, 2022, the company’s consolidated sales revenue totaled 1.8 trillion yen (approx. US$15.1 billion). Kyocera is ranked #665 on Forbes magazine’s 2022 “Global 2000” list of the world’s largest publicly traded companies, and has been named among “The World’s 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies” by The Wall Street Journal.


KYOCERA Corporation (Japan), Corporate Communications
Kenichi Hara, Tel: +81-(0)75-604-3514 Fax: +81-(0)75-604-3516

Release Summary

Kyocera Corporation announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire about 37 acres of land for a new smart factory in Isahaya City, Nagasaki.


KYOCERA Corporation (Japan), Corporate Communications
Kenichi Hara, Tel: +81-(0)75-604-3514 Fax: +81-(0)75-604-3516