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All reviews plant tour assembly line kaikan museum exhibition hall toyota kaikan assembly plant meeting place a short bus ride months in advance tour guide free of charge on display worth the effort gift shop driving simulator free tour worth the trip
We came for the car plant tour, and were an hour early. There was a collection of new Toyotas and a mediocre gift shop and we didn't realise there were other more interesting exhibits. After the two hour plant tour, we were bussed back here....More
Ok, I guess I may be biased after seeing automobile assembly plant tours at Mini in Oxford (best I’ve been on), BMW welt in Munich, and Mercedes museum in Stuttgart. This was comparatively dull. Of course if this is your first automobile assembly plant tour,...More
This really is a fantastic tour. We (my wife and I) arrived at the Kaikan museum at about 10.30am and we were greeted by very friendly staff. We looked around the museum and the English speaking tour began at 11.00am.
Our tour guide was Hana...More
We were lucky to get off the waiting list for an English language tour. You arrive and can tour the museum portion of the facility until it is time to board the bus. There are lockers and a bag check to hold your things if...More
I went with a tour group and I had a great time. It was interesting to see it all the cars and learn more about Toyota. I got to do a driving simulation game as I got into a car and had to put on...More
The museums a little hard to find. The museum itself is OK - lots of jnfo on Toyotas work on reducing the environmental impact of their products. But the factory tour is amazing and well worth booking into - it departs at 11 and lasts...More
While living in Japan, we've felt compelled to visit as many Japanese car production/history museums as possible as former S2000 owners/JDM enthusiasts. We were very excited about signing up for a 2hour long Toyota factory tour that appeared to be free. It was a somewhat...More
My son went on the tour 7/23 from 10:30-1. It was an English tour but the participants were from many countries. The tour guide-a young lady handled the crowd well and it went very smooth and was informative. She answered questions well even though two...More
The bus goes to the Kaikan but it is the last stop. There are 4-6 stops below the station on the street and it was a little confusing but we figured it out in time and got the right bus. You have to be able to read the name... More
The bus goes to the Kaikan but it is the last stop. There are 4-6 stops below the station on the street and it was a little confusing but we figured it out in time and got the right bus. You have to be able to read the name in Japanese.
You can take a taxi there but it is going to much higher in price. Best is to show the name of the place or say it. Coming back by bus too was a little difficult finding the exact bus stop.