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Motorcar Museum of Japan

Motorcar Museum of Japan

You know you are at the right place when you see a Meiji Western style 3-story building with 250,000 red bricks. Inside this Museum, there are over 500 cars from the 1900s (Meiji 34) to the 1970s (Showa 45) from around the world displayed in a 12,000m2 exhibition hall. As you walk through the hall, you will sure understand how automobile was a symbol for dream and romance from the assorted cars in this Museum, including sports cars from Japan, popular automobiles from Europe, and the Rolls Royce that carried Princess Diana when she visited Japan. If at any time you were overwhelmed by the number of cars, you can take a break at the photo corner and bathrooms with toilets collected from around the world (you can actually use them). Restaurants and souvenir shops are also available on the 1st floor.


40 Ikkanyama, Futatsunashi-machi, Komatsu-shi, 923-0345






Elementary Students 500 JPY;
Junior High Students and up 1,000 JPY


09:00 - 17:00 (last admittance 16:30)


December 29th - December 31st


10-minute drive from JR Awazu Station


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