Japan Automobiles Museum

Japan Automobiles Museum

Japan Automobiles Museum

 

Toyota Automobile Museum, Japan

The Toyota Automobile Museum was opened in 1989 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Toyota Motor Corporation.The main exhibits at the Toyota Automobile Museum are about 140 vehicles from around the world. Our purpose is to present the history of the automobile in a more approachable manner, and to show how the interaction between Japanese and foreign carmakers stimulated and accelerated the evolution of the auto industry throughout the world.

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Shikoku Automobile Museum, Japan

In Shikoku Automobile Museum, in 2001, Kochi Prefecture Nogeicho in Kochi Prefecture Netsu Toyota Co., Ltd. (Former company name Toyota Vista Kochi) was established in the city of Kochi Prefecture because of his desire to preserve the cars with history in the history of cars,) Has been established. The exhibition cars are engraved with European racing cars such as Alfa Romeo and Porsche and rally cars, scars of history that they ran through Safari for each one body and tires and ran through Le Mans.

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Motorcar Museum of Japan

Total number of exhibitions in Japan for the first time in the automobile museum about 500 units! We collected vehicles that were active in Japan in the 20th century and exhibited about 500 cars available for use. From the car in the early period to the car after the war, we have set up corners for each manufacturer and genre, especially characterized by exhibiting a lot of old commercial vehicles made in Japan. Many valuable cars that can only be seen at the Japanese Automobile Museum "are exhibited.

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Nissan Engine Museum

The guest hall was originally built in 1934, a year after Nissan Motors was founded. Then, it was the 1st building of the main office. After renovation, in 2002, the building was designated as a heritage building by Yokohama City. The building has also been designated as a heritage of industrial modernization in 2007 by the Ministry of Trade, Economics, and Industry. On display in the museum are new engines, miniature cars, and explanations on the mechanism in addition to industrial robots used in the factories

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Mazda Museum

Mazda Museum, Japan

The Mazda Motor Corporation, founded in Hiroshima in 1920, still retains its corporate headquarters in the city of its origins. In addition to the headquarters, Mazda owns a large plot of coastal land which accommodates research and development laboratories, factories, and shipping facilities. The company museum and part of a factory are made available for public viewing.

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Nasu Classic Car Museum

Nasu Classic Car Museum, Japan

The Nasu Classic Car Museum exhibits 30 classic cards and 10 motorcycles in a large building reminiscent of a jumbo jet hangar. The museum also has classic cars which visitors can actually touch and ride, making it very popular. In addition, the museum shows a variety of racing grand prix, including classic cars, on the large screen inside the museum.

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