Yosami Radio Transmitting Station

The Yosami Radio Transmitting Station in Kariya (then called Yosami Village, Hekikai-gun), Aichi, Japan was accredited the IEEE Milestone, in 2009, as the Japan’s first wireless telecommunication station with Europe built in 1929.

Yosami Radio Transmitting Station Memorial Museum

2 Ishiyama, Takasu-cho, Kariya, Aichi, Japan, 448-0812, Japan
In Floral Garden Yosami

Notice:Yosami Radio Transmitting Station Memorial Museum is to be reopened on Saturday, March 31, 2012, after three-month repair since December 26, 2011. The transmitting equipment was painted in black the original color when the facilities were shipped from Germany in 1928.

The Yosami Radio Transmitting Station Memorial Museum was built in 2007 to preserve and display the major equipment of the Station. In the building taking the appearance of the original transmitting building of Yosami, visitors take close looks at various transmitting equipment, which is now considered valuable industrial heritage, and learn about the changing history of the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station.

What is the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station like?

The Yosami Radio Transmitting Station was built as the Japan’s first wireless telecommunication station with Europe. The role and functions of the Station are described.

History of the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station

The changing history of the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station since its establishment in 1927 is described.

Truths of the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station

Untold episodes and facts of the Yosami Radio Transmitting Station are described.