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Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

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4-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nishi, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed July 15, 2015

After working at Toyota for the time I did, how one mans vision became a global brand and empire! Am a big believer in the " Toyota Way " and the system called - KAIZEN or " CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT! That system can happily an effectively...More

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Reviewed January 13, 2016

On our way from Nagano to Hiroshima, we stopped one-day at Nagoya to visit Toyota Museum. We were very, very, very disappointed that this museum is closed on Monday. Alas!

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Museum is housed in parts of the original red brick textile factory buildings dating back to the 1910’s. The museum is home to around 4000 exhibits, the majority which work at the push of a button to explain the working of some textile machine...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

if you love cars, you will be amazed by this museum. We enjoyed it very much especially our little boy loves it as they have all the process in making cars and also partly is the textile industry where the founder of Toyota starts with,...More

Thank adalam2011
Reviewed 1 week ago

I already gave a description in my last review..couldn’t post my pictures... Must visit for all automobile enthusiasts! Regardless of you’re a Honda guy ( I am ! Yes sue me! It’s sacrilege!)

Thank Dayne_1968
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is probably one of the most elaborate and beautiful museums I have been too. There are plenty of showcased textile machinery (Toyota was first a textile company before it became a car company it is more well known today) and they even move. Lot's...More

Thank tidus1203
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went here thinking Toyota == cars, but boy were we surprised by the AMAZING and VAST array of weaving machines, which was the original technology powerhouse of the Toyota company. DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE, and arrange to be there concurrently with a tour,...More

Thank superbsandra
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So we were in Nagoya for the Formula one Race at Suzuka and we decided to go to this museum when we had some down time. Firstly, it was great to try and find because it is in one of the original buildings, therefore not...More

Thank Cameron S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Brilliantly laid out with immaculate presentation, as is typical of the Japanese efficiency and attention to detail. The explanations were in dual language and a recommended route marked on the floor. The depth of range of the textile machines (and some working examples) were impressive....More

Thank blackbat88
Reviewed October 6, 2018

This pavilions are two section. One is Toyota originally started from textile company so how evolute fabric-weaving technology by Toyota. Another section is automobile pavilion, well known in the world. For me impressive was Toyota standard Sedan model AA, the first founder of Toyota automobile...More

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Reviewed September 20, 2018

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry & Technology is housed in the original red brick buildings of the Toyoda (the forerunner of present-day Toyota Corp) textile factory and research center. It is divided in two parts in separate buildings: the Textile Machinery Pavilion and the...More

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Reviewed August 27, 2018

When visiting Nagoya, it is an easy subway ride to a station in walking distance from the Toyota Commemorative Museum. Anyone visiting MUST visit and take in the history of the company which transitioned from making fabric looms in 1880's to automobiles in the 1930's....More

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Tan A
September 26, 2018|
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Response from LFitravel | Reviewed this property |
2-3 hours max
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Helen S
August 4, 2018|
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Response from Mikelaw01 | Reviewed this property |
Take the yellow hop on hop off bus from one of the few major attractions in Nagoya, it will take you there right at their doorstep
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Around 4 subway stations. It’s near Sake station, then around 10-15 mins walk.
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