Nissan Cooperates with Biyoshi no Chikara / Hairdressers for Hope / Coiffeurs de l'Espoir Project by NIHON L'ORÉAL Beauty Bus version of Nissan Civilian Launches in Tohoku in October

As part of support activity for the Brazilian community in Japan, Nissan invited about 40 students from Brazilian School in Japan to Oppama Plant on September 9th, 2014, and held an educational program along with the plant tour.
The Consul-General of Brazil in Tokyo, Minister Marco Farani took part in this program as well.


Students gained fundamental understandings of environmental issues and electric vehicle in the Nissan Waku-Waku Eco School program, and learned the mechanism of electric vehicle through building a model eco-car kit and the test run. Although some took a while to build a model eco-car kit, a cheer arouse among students at the moment of the test run.


After having brief introduction about the company and the Oppama Plant, the group had a tour at the assembly plant and the private pier to experience the actual car manufacturing.
Nissan will continue this activity to provide support to the Brazilian community in Japan.


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