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The right place for car lovers

If you loves cars, automobile and want to know it's history, this is the right place to visit. Easy... read more

Reviewed June 10, 2018
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41-100 Yokomichi, Nagakute 480-1118, Aichi Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here with a group in June & it was fantastic, the staff were all so friendly & helpful, the Museum & all the cars were immaculate, there are a lot of cars to see other than just Toyota, make sure you get a photo...More

Thank Anniewhatto
Reviewed June 10, 2018

If you loves cars, automobile and want to know it's history, this is the right place to visit. Easy to access from Nagoya station (take Higashiyama line to Fujigaoka then transfer to Linimo elevated train). Worth a visit!!

Thank Calvin R
Reviewed May 29, 2018

Awesome collection of old cars - depicts the history of transport in general not specific to Toyota. just amazing to see how far mankind has come and whats next also keeps the hubby amused. takes a bit of an effort to get here but well...More

Thank Cowguts
Reviewed April 17, 2018 via mobile

From Nagoya Stn. you can take the subway Higashiyama Line to Fujigaoka Stn. around 300 YEN (the very end of this line). Then for IC card holders, you can also cath the Linimo Electric Train to Geidaidori Stn. for 290 YEN. This is a very...More

2  Thank precooleddoricious
Reviewed December 3, 2017

The museum is spacious and laid out in a natural flow with lots of exhibit information. There are regular tours in English.

Thank TexasCanuck2000
Reviewed October 30, 2017

It's not everyday that you visit a museum with so many vintage cars. The automobiles are so well maintained. Taking pictures is allowed.

Thank mvsobrepena
Reviewed October 29, 2017 via mobile

I was excited to see a chronology of all the Toyota Cars throughout the company's history. What I saw was a selection of random cars from different manufacturers with little information displayed. Incredible disappointment as I am a modern car guy and have little interest...More

4  Thank David A
Reviewed October 4, 2017

We've been to other motor manufacturer's museums and whilst neat, they have simply been a showcase for their own brand. Now, this is quite different, and this is where you have to doff your cap to Toyota, because this is a genuine, all brands all...More

1  Thank Viggenboy
Reviewed September 9, 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit if in Nagoya. Is relatively easy to get to by subway and then a short journey by train. The cars are all in fantastic as new condition. There is a great collection of cars from all over the world. Preston 1950's...More

1  Thank matt p
Reviewed July 10, 2017

if you love cars you have to visit this museum. Th cars are restored to better than showroom and well laid out. There are 2 floors plus an annexe of beautiful cars.There is also a coffee lounge and a restaurant so you can have a...More

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