Starting from the top of Japan we have
TAA Hokkaido. Thursday car auction. Look to add up to 35,000yen extra transport to get a vehicle down to one of the major exporting ports, Yokohama, Tokyo, Nagoya and Kinki ports.
TAA Tohoku. Thursday car auction. Look to add up to 25,000yen extra transport costs to get a vehicle down to the major exporting ports.
TAA Kanto. Since 2002. 2-3000 cars per week. Thursday auction
TAA Yokohama. Since 2005. 2-3000 cars per week. Saturday auction.
TAA Chubu. Since 1999, a new auction premises. Based in the Nagoya area. Thursday auction.
TAA Kinki. Osaka region. Tuesday car auction.
TAA Hiroshima. Tuesday car auction.
TAA Shikoku. On the smallest of Japan's 4 islands. Look at paying another 15,000yen of transportation costs to get your car to the closest exporting port, Kinki. Tuesday car auction.
TAA Kyushu. Tuesday car auction. Based at the top of Kyushu, Japan's most southern island. Look to be paying an extra 20 to 25,000yen to get your vehicle up to Kinki, the closest exporting port.
TAA Minami Kyushu. Tuesday car auction. This auction is in the southern part of Japan's most southern island. Look to pay an extra 30,000yen when purchasing from this auction.
In our experience Toyota Auto Auctions tend to be stricter than other auction houses. Once we bought a car that was graded 2.5 in a TAA auction and then resold it in a USS auction where they gave it a grade 3.5! Nothing was done to the vehicle.
The sellers in TAA auctions are restricted and in some cases only Toyota dealers can sell their vehicles in TAA auctions.
You can bid with confidence in the TAA auctions, being the strictest auction houses in Japan.