Showcasing the long and storied history of Toyota, the Toyota Automobile Museum takes a trip down the annals of the car industry, beautifully highlighting remarkable and noteworthy milestones in the four-wheeled world.
The museum is a five-minute walk from Geidai Dori Station on the Linimo monorail line. From Nagoya take the Higashiyama Subway Line to Fujigaoka and transfer to the Linimo line from there.
Toyota is one of the world's biggest car manufacturers
Entry to the museum ¥1,000 for adults and between ¥400 and ¥600 for children
There are more than 140 cars from all around the world on display
Starting with the Benz Patent Motorwagen from 1886 and leading up to 2011's Toyota FCV-R, go back in time at the Toyota Automobile Museum and travel along the glamorous history of the automobile.
There are more than 140 cars from all around the world on gleaming display, with beautifully maintained examples from not only Toyota, but also Ford, Porsche, Rolls Royce and many more for you.
From family cars to luxury models, historic classics to modern supercars, all the cars on display are in impeccable condition. Free guided tours of the superbly lit and spacious exhibition are available twice daily, and can be taken in English if booked in advance.
In addition to the museum there is an annex exhibition of cultural items demonstrating the social history of Japan for you to explore, as well as a kids' area and a picnic garden that is lined with cherry blossoms in spring.