Wednesday, August 25

Toyota city

At the end of the 20th century, several companies started preparing contingency and self-sufficiency plans for their headquarters. One of many examples is Toyota. Its headquarters is based in a city that used to be called Koromo. In 1959 the city changed its name to Toyota City, thanks to the efforts that the Toyoda family made to reconvert the city economy, from a declining silk industry, to a new automotion economy. 

Toyota City has designed its own self-sufficieny and food-independence plan.

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