Toyota Automobile Museum [トヨタ博物館]

Automobile Gallery
Automobile Gallery
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Ford Model T (1909, U.S.A.)
Ford Model T (1909, U.S.A.)
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Toyota Automobile Museum is a museum established by Toyota Motor Corporation, the Japan's largest car manufacturer.

It is located about 15 km east of Nagoya station and in Nagakute city.
Toyota's headquarter and main production base are in Toyota city to the southeast of this museum.

This museum was opened in 1989.
There are "Automobile Gallery" and "Cultutal Gallery".

Chevrolet Superior Series K (1925, U.S.A.)
Chevrolet Superior Series K (1925, U.S.A.)
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Mercedes-Benz 500K (1935, Germany)
Mercedes-Benz 500K (1935, Germany)
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Automobile Gallery has about 150 old cars in the world.

On the 2nd floor, there are some areas in the order of the history of cars from the 1880s to the 1950s.
On the 3rd floor, about 70 cars from the 1950s to now are exhibited.

If you are interesting in classic cars, this gallery is very good.

Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (1959,U.S.A.)
Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (1959,U.S.A.)
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Toyopet Crown Model RS (1955, Japan)
Toyopet Crown Model RS (1955, Japan)
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In Cultutal Gallery, special exhibition is held.

Most old cars are able to be driven.
So the event that the cars run is sometimes held.

Toyota Automobile Museum

How to get here

Get on subway, Higashiyama Line and go to the terminal station, Fujigaoka (H22).
About 28 minutes from Nagoya station, about 23 minutes from Sakae.

Change to magnetic levitation train "Linimo" and get off at Geidai-dori (L05).
About 9 minutes from Fujigaoka.

Hotels around Toyota Automobile Museum

Hotels around Toyota Automobile Museum

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