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It was a great experience in the museum as most of the models on display are working models and very easy to understand the function.
Route map of the museum is very easy and marked on the floor itself so you don't miss any important...More
Learnt that Toyota actually started out doing textiles before it got into automobiles. Very extensive collection of machines - many of which are working. Informative and fun. There are periodic demos, including the robotic violin player. Just one subway stop from Nagoya station - well...More
This is a well organized museum definitely worth a visit. The textile machines are amazing. Staff is available for answering questions. Having owned a few Toyotas over the years seeing some of the older models on display was fun. The metal working machines were also...More
You will be amazed by the technological marvels developed by Toyota in the automotive as well as textile industry. Great way to inspire young minds. Its a lot more than you would expect when you hear the name Toyota.
We thought 1-2 hours might be enough but 3 hours is about right for most people. For an engineer or mechanic you will need more time. We got an audio guide but there are lots of signs in english and plenty of staff who can...More
I think I learned more about weaving than car manufacturing... Prepare to spend at least three hours here. A lot to see, touch and absorb.
The maintenance of the exhibition is amazing. So many huge and complicated machines that can actually operate and showcase the...More
Come and visit this museum, you will surely be surprised to learn the origin of Toyata business and how Toyata started from.
Everything is well organized, lots of things here makes us amazed.
We have new knowledge of how yarn is made as well as...More
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I very much recommend the Toyota Commemorative Museum in Nagoya itself, but not so much for the car stuff as for the huge warehouse of FASCINATING weaving machine technology (which is where Mr. Toyoda actually got his... More
I very much recommend the Toyota Commemorative Museum in Nagoya itself, but not so much for the car stuff as for the huge warehouse of FASCINATING weaving machine technology (which is where Mr. Toyoda actually got his start!) Make sure to go at a time that lines up with taking a tour, because they will demo a lot of the machines!!!
I also recommend the factory tour (along with the Toyota Kaikan Musem) in Toyota city itself for car stuff. It's a big time investment to get there though, and you MUST sign up in advance. The museum by itself is not worth the time without the factory tour.