Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology

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  • Address: 4-1- 45 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 451-0051, Japan, Nagoya-shi
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  • Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +81-525516115
  • Ticket Price: 500 JPY
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology - Review

Toyota is Japan's largest car manufacturer. This is not the automobile museum. For the company, it's actually a history museum. Housed in the original brick building of the former Toyoda textile factory and research center, the museum explores the company's origins from a textile concern to a automobile concern. The complex has two main buildings: one dedicated to textiles and the other to automobiles, and both are equally fascinating. Dynamic exhibitions demonstrate how industrial looms work, and also provide insight into early spinning techniques. You will also find a metalwork exhibit; the Tecnoland area is an interactive exhibit that allows you to play with the tools of production of Textiles and Automobiles; and a 1989 steam engine exhibit in recognition of the Industrial Revolution.

Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Information

  • Free parking can be found near Nagoya station.
  • Sign up for the guided tour at the exhibit entrance.
  • Audio guided tours can be rented at the ticket office.
  • There is a restaurant on premise and you can check out the museum shop. 

Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Ticket Prices

  • Free for physically disabled and their carers
  • Junior and senior high school students: 300 yen
  • Elementary school students: 200 yen
  • Groups of 30+: 400 yen for adults; 240 for students; 160 for elementary schoolers.
  • Free for above 65 years of age with ID

Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Hours

  • Last admission is at 4:30 p.m.
  • English Guided tour hours:
  • Textile Machinery Pavilion 2:00 pm
  • Automobile Pavilion 3:15 pm

How To reach Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology by Public Transport

  • Subway: No. 2 stop of Kamejima Station, Higashiyama Line
  • Bus: Nagoya station platform No. 11

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TripHobo Highlights for Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology

  • Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Address: 4-1- 45 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 451-0051, Japan, Nagoya-shi
  • Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Contact Number: +81-525516115
  • Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Timing: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm
  • Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology Price: 500 JPY
  • Best time to visit Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology(preferred time): 09:30 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology: 02:00 Hrs
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Toyota Commemorative Museum Of Industry And Technology, Nagoya-shi Reviews

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  • A great place to see old machinery, particularly weaving, and see how the Toyota empire started. Great for history lovers. There are a few videos showing how some machines work, and you can also ask for live demo of some weaving machines It can be loud but I think it's a good way to realise how loud some manufactures are/were. Near the exit there's a robot playing violin at scheduled times. See picture attached.

  • Monster looms for making textiles. Huge working presses to make car parts. This is all working stuff and is interactive. Could spend all day exploring this museum. Really great place for young and old to celebrate how stuff is made. Definately worth the trip.

  • Good place to learn how fabrics are made from cotton flower. Many hands on experiences available as well as very knowledgeable staffs guiding thru exhibitions. Most of the machines are in working order and you can watch this in action. Over to automotive section, they technically moved parts of the factory line to show how they are made. For school kids they can get small model car made in front of them straight from extrusion machine. You should allow at least 2 hours .

  • Well worth the price and visit. The museum itself is pretty big and would take a couple of hours to go through. Starting from the textiles all the way to the cars, you'll be able to see the full on history of Toyota. If you're into cars this place would be an easy choice. Overall it was a wonderful and informative museum, with great exhibits! If you're in the area this would be a good place to go to.

  • Super cool museum here in the city. Many locals come here with their children. You can learn a lot about the brand Toyota and it's founder. Over all a cool place, and not very crowded. It has machines all the way back from the 30s. Worth the time here!

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