Choosing a new microscope is a major investment, and you want to make sure you’re getting the best solution for your sample and application needs. While datasheets can give you some insight into the instrument performance, available software and professional support we provide, it is often hard to judge what is really going to work well for your own unique samples and challenges. That’s why we believe that the best way to decide if a solution is right for you is with a live demonstration on your own sample.

Our NanoPort, located in Tokyo, Japan and opened in 2016, is an electron microscopy (EM) center of excellence where you can test out our latest products and develop and advance your knowledge and skills with support from our applications team. The Nanoport team performs live demonstrations and training for researchers and engineers, as well as supporting workshops and other events.


Analytical techniques available at the Tokyo NanoPort

The Tokyo NanoPort has over 10 experts with extensive experience and knowledge in EM-related products and applications. 

Overall, our experts have more than 10 years of experience on average and most of them hold a PhD or MSc in their area of expertise.

We invite you to bring your own sample to the NanoPort to personally experience the difference our instrumentation, software, and expertise can make for your challenging analysis and characterization needs.


Events at the NanoPort in Tokyo, Japan:

Workshops: A combination of discussion and practical work focusing on a particular subject/industry, where we encourage attendees to share their knowledge and experience.

In-house Courses: Hands-on in-person training that helps customers build their EM application skillset.

Remote Training: tailored training delivered remotely straight from our NanoPort top experts to you wherever you are, either in your lab or at any remote location.


Products on site at the NanoPort in Tokyo, Japan, include;

Transmission electron microscopes
DualBeam instruments
X-ray photoelectron spectrometers
Electrical failure analysis systems

Coming Soon:

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)


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