Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
The Toyota Commemorative Museum tells the story of one of Japan’s great companies. In doing so, it reflects Nagoya’s position as one of Japan’s industrial centres and traces the country’s rise to become a technological powerhouse.
Originally a textile company, Toyoda Kiichiro – son of company founder Toyoda Sakichi – adapted the machinery and technology to the production of motor vehicles and transformation into the Toyota Motor Corporation.
Exhibitions are separated into the Textile Machinery Pavilion and Automobile Pavilion, with the museum open daily (other than Mondays) from 09:00 to 17:00.
09:30 to 17:00 (last entry at 16:30)
Open daily / closed on Mondays and over New Year Period
Adults JPY500 / Middle & High School Students JPY300 / Primary School Students JPY200
From Nagoya Station, walk to Meitetsu-Nagoya Station and take the Meitetsu Inuyama Line to Sako Station - a total time of under 10 minutes / JPY170. Alternatively, the museum is only 20 to 25 minutes walk from Nagoya Station