I am usually good for a couple of hours at a museum, but after two and a half hours at this one, I still had lots I wanted to see. Unfortunately, I had to leave at closing time. I thought the museum would be basically an auto museum, but I was mistaken. Much of my time was spent in the textile part of the museum. I have an interest in textiles, so I was delighted to discover how a cotton gin works, what ramie looks like and how it's used, and how cotton gets from the bale to the pillow case. The textile exhibit is massive, and presenters guide you along and invite you to touch and to try things for yourself. Between the textile section and the auto section is the machine tool area, with a casting, forging, and cutting demonstration. The automobile exhibit is amazing, with a detailed assembly line, examples of Toyotas, beginning with the very first model with its classy front grille, and much more. I just didn't have time. Before closing, the museum starts playing Auld Lang Syne. Time to go. Hey! I'd love to go back! It's only 500 yen! Great value for money.