The memorial hall is the site of Toyota's automatic loom. It is also known that the first museum where Toyota started textile is the machine and history of Toyota textile. The second museum is mainly based on cars. The display is very detailed and includes all the steps of production. There were also some interactive and very interesting. Definitely worth the trip, reserve at least half a day
Toyota Industrial Technology Memorial Hall is a memorial hall of Toyota Group 13 located in Nishi ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, and the Toyota automatic loom factory (the predecessor of Toyota spinning Co., Ltd.).
The super-invincible stick museum is the museum dedicated to the history of Toyota industry, can see Toyota's original RV also can work with professional personnel to explain, Toyota's car is also a dog friend, can also do their own car inside.
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is located in Nagoya City. If you start from Nagoya Station, it is recommended to take the Meitetsu Station, and it will be very close when you get out. If there are more than three people, it is recommended to take Taxi, because the subway costs 210 for one person and 770 for taxis. I took a taxi when I went, and the Meitetsu when I came back. Adult tickets are only 500 yen, and one-day tickets can be discounted. After reading the introduction, I realized that Toyota started as a textile industry, and it is also quite powerful in the textile field. The first hall is all about textiles. The second hall is the automobile hall, which has exhibits from models to real cars. When I came here, I came across elementary school students in a group visit, all of them looked very carefully and kept taking notes. It's really worth coming and feeling the feelings of big companies!
The memorial hall is a reconstruction of Toyota’s old factory site. The door first tells the history of the development of textile machinery from manual to automatic; then most of the area tells the history of Toyota’s development, such as the display of automobile production technology, and the main automobile parts (engines, transmissions) , Frame) development and introduction. Finally, talk about the future of automobiles.
Preston_Dominguez: 4-1-35 Noritakeshinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nishi, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
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