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Suzuki History Museum

Technology museum in Hamamatsu

Updated: April 29, 2024 11:02 AM

Suzuki History Museum is located in Hamamatsu (City in Japan), Japan. It's address is 1301 Zoracho, Chuo Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8062, Japan.

1301 Zoracho, Chuo Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8062, Japan

MMRQ+7R Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan

+81 53-440-2020

suzuki-rekishikan.jp

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MondayClosed
Tuesday9 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday9 AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday9 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday9 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday9 AM to 4:30 PM
Sunday9 AM to 4:30 PM

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Where is Suzuki History Museum?

Suzuki History Museum is located at: 1301 Zoracho, Chuo Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8062, Japan.

What is the phone number of Suzuki History Museum?

You can try to calling this number: +81 53-440-2020

What are the coordinates of Suzuki History Museum?

Coordinates: 34.6906657, 137.6895665

Suzuki History Museum Reviews

Bree
2024-03-03 05:11:35 GMT

Great free museum. Easy walk from the train station with 3 levels of information and displays in both Japanese and English.
Recommend calling in advance to reserve but are very acomidating if you don't

Ho Tam
2024-03-13 14:46:59 GMT

If you are interested in Suzuki automobile and motorbikes. This is the place for you. You get to see some iconic bikes. You can also visit the Yamaha Communication Hall at one go. Takes around 60-120mins of stay at here.

Abhinav Aswal
2023-10-03 14:07:58 GMT

The museum sits exactly in front of the Suzuki HQ.
It showcases the history of the company and the products.
The collection is good for basic information about the company.
The museum extends over three floors.
The average time to finish the tour is around 30-45 min.
May like to come with family as there are good shows which tell about the basics of automobiles.

Ivan Heow
2023-12-06 10:25:39 GMT

Suzuki Plaza❤, Nice & friendly staff,free admission,free key ring,Kevin Schwantz autograph Rgv500,Motogp bike,3D movie,plenty of exhibits,Suzuki history,Best

Benjamin N
2023-12-10 07:57:34 GMT

If you love cars, motorcycles and/or own a Suzuki, this place is a must-visit.

Provides a great walk-through of the history, evolution and challenges the company faced.

Saurabh Jaiswal
2021-10-08 17:01:46 GMT

I went there 3 times. Got to know about history of Suzuki which started from handlooms and then to bicycle, bike and cars.
The journey of car making from concept to reality was well displayed.
3D show was awesome.
Souvenir car was small scale model of XBee.
Indian stall was best.

風呂風呂
2017-11-30 05:20:41 GMT

Suzuki history museum full of Suzuki.. history. Entrance is completely free. You'll find several old and concept car and bike models on display. There are also interactive modules for children to play with. If you're a Suzuki fan, you will enjoy this place.

Sandy Juhasz
2019-02-26 12:57:36 GMT

Highly recommended to visit this place if you are in Hamamatsu city! It is located only 10 minutes on foot from the station. You can learn how the automobiles are made in Suzuki factory. You will see many kinds of cars, motorbikes, marine engines and other machines from Suzuki here. You also can explore the miracles of Hamamatsu city.

paula jones
2024-03-12 12:25:17 GMT

We probably spent two hours here on a week day. It’s free, but I think they like you to have reservations. We didn’t, but we had no problems getting in and parking is free on site.

Yasumi Kikuchi
2021-12-10 12:11:31 GMT

Note: Advance admission reservation via internet is required. However, it is flexible to some extent during the off-season.
From the invented automatic loom to motorcycles to the latest cars, Suzuki's notable models are preserved in perfect condition. You can enjoy the story of the first motorcycle "Suzuki Power Free" and the car "Suzulight" in the video. And watch Hamamatsu in the 1960s with the latest video technology. It's not just classic cars. You can check out the latest Katana and Hayabusa.

In addition, a concrete explanation of how the Suzuki factory is designed, developed, and operated is displayed. And watch the movement of the industrial robot and enjoy the model of the full-scale manufacturing lane.

It is also possible to purchase Suzuki accessories that are original to the head office.

There is free parking, an electric car charger and a clean barrier-free toilet.

A history museum adjacent to Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki was founded in 1909. The head office near Hamamatsu station was burnt down in the war and moved here in 1947. Suzuki's corporate motto is, "If we can reduce costs, we will omit even the engine. Make such efforts. Cheap prices will make customers happy."

#letsguide #SuzukiHQ

KC Chai
2018-11-05 15:09:24 GMT

A must visit for automobile and bike enthusiast. Easy access from Tokyo via Shinkansen to Hamamatsu station then JR train to Takatsuka station one stop away. Very detailed display on the design process, prototyping, manufacturing, factories inside Japan and around the world. There is also a history display from the beginning of the company in textile machines to bicycle, motorised bicycle, bike and then automobiles and 4wd.

JeffYuki Jones M
2021-07-06 13:01:00 GMT

Well worth a visit. Very well put together and interesting. The 3d theatre wasn't running for us but enjoyed everything else. Free but requires a reservation. Free parking.

Cedric PAKO
2024-02-23 06:07:17 GMT

Very nice and just fantastic🤘😝🤘

Camster
2023-09-02 09:06:14 GMT

Just brilliant, visited Toyota and Mazda prior to this and Suzuki was easily the best. The detail and creativity of the layout make the experience not just interesting but fun. Lots of interactive exhibits and beautiful old cars.
Well worth a stop

Rakesh Yadav
2019-11-28 05:10:46 GMT

Beautiful and very tastefully designed. Also, it displays the knowledge about building cars in a nice manner.

Maharshi Bhattacharjee
2023-12-16 04:17:48 GMT

Although its free entry, there's a lot of fun things to enjoy. The staff was also very accommodating.

Thomas Lawler
2022-04-21 03:28:34 GMT

すばらしい!
This is a really interesting museum for any motorcycle or car enthusiast.

Ricky Tsang
2016-12-20 14:39:56 GMT

Recommended to suzuki car/bike fans. You will need online reservation before visit and it will be a self-tour visit that you can enjoy every moment in your own speed.

P
2020-10-07 06:31:18 GMT

Great museum with free admission. I had no particular interest in Suzuki or its history before coming here, but the museum was very interesting!

Shailesh Raut
2023-08-09 00:27:50 GMT

Very nice to one time see

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About Hamamatsu
City in Japan

Hamamatsu is a city located in western Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 September 2023, the city had an estimated population of 780,128 in 340,591 households, making it the prefecture's largest city, and a population density of 501/km². source

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