The Toyota Automotive Museum was built in 1989 to commemorate the history of the automobile and is dedicated to forging a richer future to man and motorcar. It is a large complex located in Nagakute city, a city close to Nagoya, Japan. Although Toyota produced many models, only 120 unique vehicles are displayed showing what have made Toyota what it is today though out its 75 years + in the business.

The Toyota Automobile Museum is a large museum showcasing Toyota's storied past.  Believe it or not the museum in Nagoya also features many cars from other manufacturers -such as Alfa Romeo and DeLorean Motor Company- as well as artwork.

What is a bit strange is that Toyota Automobile Museum also holds a private collection from other manufactures -such as Alfa Romeo, Porsche, Citroen, Ford, Datsun, Corvette and a DeLorean.


Hours: 9:30 to 17:00 Closed: Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a national holiday) and New Year holidays Admission: ¥1000

Photos by Ric Quintanilla


Tags: museum, japan, Toyota

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