Don't be fooled by the name “Toyota Museum”. This isn't a museum where only successive Toyota cars are lined up, but there are cars of all ages from all manufacturers around the world. The Toyota Museum was opened on April 16, 1989 as part of Toyota's 50th anniversary project.
There are hundreds of thousands of cars made in mass production, while others are extremely valuable that were only made to count. It is said that there are about 140 cars on display at all times, but there is an immense number of cars stored in the backyard, waiting for the day when the restoration will be completed and the show will begin. ing. There is also a space where cars are displayed together with daily necessities, and you can get a glimpse of the history of motorization in Japan, including lifestyle.
In addition to permanent exhibitions, events such as special exhibitions, parades, and classic car festivals are held several times a year. The Toyota Museum greatly contributes to the development of automobile culture in Japan.
Among the stored classic cars, there are many precious cars built at the end of the 19th century, the dawn of automobile history. The 1898 De Dion Bouton 13 / 4HP, 1901 Panard Levassor B2, 1902 Oldsmobile Curved Dash, 1909 Ford Model T, etc. are the only vehicles you can see without a museum.
I would like you to visit once to see the dawn of the car.
41-100 Yokomichi, Nagakute City, Aichi Prefecture 480-1118
Representative: 0561-63-5151 /
For visits and inquiries only: 0561-63-5155
[Admission fee] Adult ¥ 1000, Silver ¥ 500, Middle and high school students ¥ 600
Elementary school students ¥ 400, preschoolers free
[Opening time] 9: 30-17: 00 [Admission is until 16:30][Closed] Mondays [next day if a national holiday] and New Year's holidays