Nagoya Station Area
An interactive museum established by the Toyota Group. The museum is housed in a red-brick factory from the Taisho Period (1912 to 1926) that remains at the birthplace of the Toyota Group. The museum features many textile machines and Toyota's very first passenger car. You could "see", "surprise", "learn" through the dynamic exhibitions and diverse demonstrations, and enjoy with the entire family.
|Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology|
Jr. and Sr. high school students:¥300→¥240
Elementary school students:¥200→¥160
|9:30-17:00 (Last entry at 16:30)|
|Closed:||Every Monday (or the following day if a national or substitute holiday falls on a Monday), year-end and New Year's holidays|
Visit the Craft Center to learn about ceramics-making processes and draw yout own design on pottery, view Old Notirake products and design sketches on display at the museum, and enjoy shopping at multiple stores, all on verdant green grounds. When you have a spare moment, we also recomend taking a break at the cafe or restaurant, where you'll be served with Noritake tableware.
Sr. high school students:¥300→¥270
Aged 65 and above and Jr. high school and younger students: Free
|Closed:||Mondays (or the following weekday, if Mon. falls on a national holiday or a substitute holiday), year-end and New Year's Day holidays|