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It is The place to go for a car enthusiast. On display are the spanking new cars of Nissan and the old ones in mint condition. You can get into the new ones and see the latest features in them. The old ones are only...More
A great place to see all the latest models that Nissan sells. If you are a petrol head and are in Yokohama at the same time, you should really head down to the Nissan Global Headquarters Gallery. If you are lucky like I was, you...More
On offer here is a large showroom of the latest Nissan vehicles, as well as as some history of the company. There is also a virtual reality simulator and racing simulator. Staff were friendly and most can speak English and Japanese. If you have travelled...More
I knew that Nissan's headquarters was in Yokohama but I have read that there was no official guided tour on site. At my surprise, I discovered that there was a possibility to view some of the latest cars that you can take pictures of. It...More
A brilliant concept, a car showroom that is also almost an art gallery. So well organised, with the staff on the main customer service desk immaculately dressed and very welcoming. Lots of different models on display, including the amazing GTR's, and you can sit in...More
One of my kids is quite Nissan fan so we made the trip to visit the Nissan Global HQ museum.
We took the train to Yokohama from Tokyo. It's only a short walk from the station but it can be confusing with multiple overhead walkways....More
Lots of different models that we do not see in the US. Many historical models also. There was also a gift shop selling Nissan clothing, etc. And a Starbucks coffee shop right on the water for a quick snack.
If you like Nissan or just cars in general, then I think this place is worth checking out.
This place is huge & they even have a museum, of the history, on how Nissan started and what it has become today.
I actually walked through...More
It's an open galley of cars about 10 minutes walk from Yokohama station. No reservations or such necessary. They have floor girls that probably can show you around and speak English as well and there are quite a few other... More
It's an open galley of cars about 10 minutes walk from Yokohama station. No reservations or such necessary. They have floor girls that probably can show you around and speak English as well and there are quite a few other companies with floor galleries like Ricoh in the area as well, as well as shopping and ferry tours.