Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

Technology museum in Nagoya

Updated: March 01, 2024 09:43 AM

Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is located in Nagoya (City in Japan), Japan. It's address is 4 Chome-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 451-0051, Japan.

4 Chome-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 451-0051, Japan

5VMG+29 Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

+81 52-551-6115

Check Time Table for Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

Tuesday9:30 AM to 5 PM
Wednesday9:30 AM to 5 PM
Thursday9:30 AM to 5 PM
Friday9:30 AM to 5 PM
Saturday9:30 AM to 5 PM
Sunday9:30 AM to 5 PM

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Where is Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology?

Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is located at: 4 Chome-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 451-0051, Japan.

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Coordinates: 35.182564, 136.8759846

Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology Reviews

Milind Salokhe
2024-02-17 11:21:25 GMT

Very nice museum showing history and growth of Toyota company and their struggle during tough times.
The elaboration of weaving machines is great and opens another chapter in the mind about Toyota.
Their family story is full of innovation and overcoming challenges… really inspiring.
Note: if you love cars and machines then please reach early to the museum, it is at walking station from Sako station and it is where the Toyota story begins.

Bent Zent
2024-01-07 15:16:29 GMT

This museum showcases Toyota's history and their aspirations for the future, starting with an entire section dedicated to the fabric looms and metal work and the other section on automotive technology.
Very family-friendly and interactive. Surprised to see so many staff on the floor providing demonstrations and explanations. Many of the machines on display are actually functional and can be triggered with the press of a button.

Stephen Lee
2024-01-02 00:53:34 GMT

Great museum to learn about the history of the Toyota Corp and industries, the founder, his mission, his drive, and his endurance through challenges and lead his company forward to dominate the automobiles industry in the world. You can learn that Toyota started from the cotton and texture industries which still provide advanced technology fabrics to its automobiles vehicles. You can also see the machines and robots used to manufacture fabrics and build automobiles. They also showcased its commitment to advanced technology to be applied to its businesses.

Devin Johnson
2023-11-06 21:35:03 GMT

This has to be one of the most amazing museums I’ve ever been to. There were guides who spoke English at many machines to give specialized demos and answer questions, and the exhibits themselves were fascinating and updated! They had full-size, working, industrial machines which had just been developed THIS YEAR! That’s a lot of $ to put into a museum exhibit, and then to have someone operate it for you was SOOO COOL. Anyone interested in science or technology should absolutely visit this museum.

2023-12-30 11:29:25 GMT

Fantastic museum for Toyota fans and any Automobile fans. We learnt a lot about Toyota history and there were a lot of interesting things to see. Staff were fantastic and explained a lot of equipment in the exhibition. There was an interactive play area for children, booking is required and each booking is only for 30minutes.

Jessamine Toh
2023-12-09 11:58:52 GMT

Good museum. It is a good learning journey for children. There is English guided tour too, check with information counter assistant who is very friendly and helpful. Remember to bring a booklet for collection of stamps too or there is leaflet for you to stamp and bring home. The techno park required booking. We have spent the whole day and wishing that we would have another hour.

Andrew Rance
2024-01-02 21:40:20 GMT

To have the opportunity to trigger a 600 tone press with my own hands? Unbelievable. The level of interaction with the plat and equipment area was amazing. I believe this level of immersion is a phenomenal learning tool for children. The staff were very professional that ranged from 20 somethings who were training to senior veterans who led our tour in English.

Would be great to have deeper insight into how the banking system, government and the growth in Japanese culture assisted in the rise of the dynasty.

Would like to have more exposure to other Toyota launches and events (online?) as seen with the robot display beside the entrance to the automotive area.

Lior Blum
2023-12-21 14:26:06 GMT

Truly an incredible museum.
Lots of information, lots of hands on experiences, lots of beautiful things to look at. Something for everybody.
I wasn't expecting that much emphasis on the textile history of Toyota, but it was so detailed, not just on Toyota but on the entire textile industry from all times. Every step in the development of textile manufacturing is explained thoroughly with videos, lovely guides who are fluent in English and by interactive demonstrations.
The automobile area started with the first handcrafted car in a small workshop and continued with a mini ultra modern factory with huge electric presses, robots and assembly lines, along with beautifully preserved cars from all times. Really makes you appreciate the hard labor that was made by the employees and engineers over the years, and the huge progress they have made with what little they had.
The violin playing robot is also a nice and cute (although a bit out of tune haha).
Overall I think it's one of the best attractions in the area, along with the railway park and Legoland probably, and above all of them captures the industrial essence of Japan.

Admission fee is 500 yen currently, which is very cheap compared to the amount and quality of content (400 for subway pass holders BTW).

Leo Adolf
2023-10-09 07:48:26 GMT

I can absolutely recommend this museum to everyone who want to know more „everything“ about Toyota.
There are very good demo versions of production lines from now and then, which makes the museum really visual and interesting.
After visiting many museums in Germany from BMW, Mercedes, … this one was by far the best one!
It takes around 2 to 3 hours to see the most important things here.

Danielle Balandra
2023-11-17 09:56:31 GMT

Didn't expect much, but was very pleasantly surprised. It gives you the story of how Toyota started on textiles and transitioned into cars. Also has the story of the Toyota family and everyone who contributed to its success. Overall a fun two hours.

Shayne Peterson
2023-11-24 00:39:00 GMT

As a car guy, in Japan to compete at Rally Japan, it was natural to visit both the Toyota Automotive museum as well as the Toyota museum of Technology.

I was worried that the museum of technology would be boring for my wife and 9 year old would be bored. Boy, was I wrong! They had a blast! It might be the highlight of our trip to Japan.

You can push the button to start the manufacturing machines in operation. Huge presses and hammer forges. Assembly robots putting together a car and simulating welding it together.
Plus, Toyoda made looms before they made cars so there is a huge background on their loom history. Included are demos of different types of looms old and new.


Chris Jordan
2024-01-04 10:11:41 GMT

This was an excellent museum with an unexpected amount of really interesting textiles machinery, and a great section on the processing of cotton.
So much huge machinery that all works and we did both guided tours in English.
Really interesting museum.

2023-11-25 11:58:58 GMT

Much better and much bigger than I anticipated! We spent several more hours than anticipated. I was very interested in some of the manufacturing processes they showed. Many of the machines and robots are working and can be turned on.

Derek Lee
2023-10-03 11:12:22 GMT

This is an excellent museum, with half devoted to the Toyota textile manufacturing plant, half to their automotive company. Tons of live demonstrations and scheduled (free) tours in English and Japanese. You could spend hours here.

But the craziest part is that admission is only ¥500–that hit my credit card statement as $3.36 USD. This is easily a $25 museum in the US.

mige harimurti
2024-01-31 03:24:22 GMT

Wonderful place to learn history of Toyota industries. Cheap admission ticket. Quite large halls to navigate. You can actually run and see how the car factory works in some exhibition parts.

Thomas Berger
2024-02-05 16:55:18 GMT

A very interesting museum. Amazing to see all the old and newer texile maschines and also the automobile pavillon. Highly recommend to visit this place!

Kursad Agardan
2023-10-08 14:14:56 GMT

I really love this place and interesting history of Toyota company from beginning to now. You can see the first car of Toyota and industrial machines and more in this museum. If you are in Nagoya and wanna visit somewhere here is one of the best spot

Ashik S Suvarna
2023-09-13 08:48:31 GMT

From vintage classics to futuristic prototypes, it showcases Toyota's remarkable evolution. The interactive exhibits and knowledgeable staff enhance the experience. While some signage is in Japanese, it's a must-visit for car enthusiasts and history buffs alike

kriti singh
2024-01-27 14:14:01 GMT

Easily one of the nicest museums we’ve ever been to! The staff are kind and knowledgeable - they walk you through the machineries and history very well. We’ve learnt way more about Toyota than we did before we walked in. The textile machineries and automobile on display were immaculate! Highly recommend if you are interested in the history of how Japan became the Car manufacturing leaders with Toyota leading the way!

2023-11-13 13:40:08 GMT

I loved the place very much got the history from starting till the last day.
Also not only about cars but also, textiles and manufacturing equipments for them.
Showcasing the timeline from start to end for both textiles and car industry and how successful they really are.
One more important thing, they do english tours once a day so make sure not to miss this.
And finally buy a souvenir from their shop.

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Nagoya is the largest city in the Chūbu region, the fourth-most populous city proper with a population of 2.3 million in 2020, and the principal city of the Chūkyō metropolitan area, which is the third-most populous metropolitan area in Japan with a population of 10.11 million. source

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