The JT-60SA experiment will be the world's largest superconducting tokamak when it is assembled in 2019 in Naka, Japan (R=3m, a=1.2m). The superconducting magnet system includes 18 D-shaped toroidal field coils, each 7m high and 4.5m wide, 6 pulsed equilibrium field coils up to 12m in diameter and 4 central solenoid modules. Manufacturing of the superconducting magnets for JT-60SA is well established in Japan and in Europe. Conductor manufacturing is almost complete, half of the superconducting coils have been wound and the first cold test results for production coils will be available later in 2015. Challenges remain to integrate the coils with their mechanical structures and to assembly them into the tokamak. © 2015 IEEE.