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Visit is more about the plant tour than about the museum. The plant tour to visit a car assembly line is very rewarding. The line we visited was assembling Lexus & Toyota Crown sedan. It is amazing to see how the assembly line works and...More
I went to the Toyota factory for work to see some lean manufacturing techniques. I didn't expect to like the museum because I'm not really into cars, but it was actually really cool. The museum is really focused on Toyota's commitment to environmentally friendly vehicles...More
We visited the Plant and later ended in the museum along with the same guide. Everything was perfect. The museum is a must if you like Toyota Vehicles, it's very modern and has everything you need!!!!.
Toyota Kaikan Plant and Museum is the main venue for those seeking to tour Toyota Facilities. Although Toyota Tahara Plant (which assembles Lexus and Landcruisers) also accept visitors. Booking via the Toyota Kaikan website is essential and must be made well in advance. The tour...More
The Toyota Kaikan is the reception centre for the Toyota Motor car company at its international headquarters in Toyota City near Nagoya. The actual head office tower is located two buildings across. The Kaikan has a great display of current Toyota and Lexus motor vehicles...More
We visited this museum on May 25, 2017 and we had a wonderful time! First of all if you want to visit this museum you need to make online reservations and the tour is totally free. Toyota city is not exactly close to Nagoya and...More
We visited Japan in April 2017. While we were putting our itinerary together, before the trip, we decided to visit a Toyota factory and museum.
We decided to make a day of it and train our way up to the Toyota headquarters at Mikawa Toyota....More
Toyota has been behind some incredible innovation, and taking this tour verified how impressive their current offerings and ideas are. The robot playing the scheduled violin performance was a sight to see!
We plan a trip to join their plant visit. It was very nice to see how they production works. They are very strict about no photo taking during the plant visit, but you can have take photo in the museum visit.
The Toyota Kaikan museum was one of my favourite attractions in Japan and is free to visit. Here you get to see the latest Toyota vehicles on display, learn about the history of the company, see the latest vehicle technology and participate in interactive experiences...More
The routing is best done in the Japan official travel app. It has the option of optimising for the JR pass. It does a fairly good job of giving options. The tour is about 2 and half hours. Travel time is extra.