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26 January 2024 - 30 June 2024

Toyota Automobile Museum’s “Okuradashi-Ten” (Storehouse Exhibition) 

DAF 600 (1959 / Netherland)

DAF 600 (1959 / Netherland)

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (1963 / U.S.A.)

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (1963 / U.S.A.)

The Toyota Automobile Museum has over 400 historic vehicles in its storehouse, not counting the 140 vehicles permanently displayed at the Automobile Gallery. In the upcoming exhibition titled the “Okuradashi-Ten” (Storehouse Exhibition), 13 rare vehicles will be displayed out of the 400 or so that are not on permanent view despite their unique significance.

The exhibits are grouped into five sections by theme, including Japanese and European cars for the public from six decades ago; legendary sports cars from Japan, Europe, and the U.S. in the 1960s–1970s; a commuter bus used to transport athletes in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics; and Japanese cars built exclusively for overseas markets. Some of these vehicles attract a large crowd whenever they are put on show, while a few others have never been presented to visitors before. We hope you will enjoy seeing these special vehicles, representing different times and places.

Date 26 January 2024 – 30 June 2024
Venue Special Exhibition Room (on the second floor of the Cultural Gallery), Toyota Automobile Museum


Exhibited vehicles

Theme Vehicles
Cars for the public from Japan and Europe in the 1950s–1960s DAF 600 (1959 / Netherland)
Trabant 601 Universal (1965 / former East Germany)
Mitsubishi Colt 1000F (1968 / Japan)
Three celebrated sports cars from Japan, Europe, and the U.S. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (1963 / U.S.A.)
Nissan skyline GT-R (1970 / Japan)
Lotus Elan Series 4 (1972 / U.K.)
Japanese cars not found in Japan Toyota Bandeirante (2001 / Brazil)
Toyota Hilux VIGO (2005/ Thailand)
Toyota AYGO (2006/ Czech)
A commuter bus from the 1960s Toyota light bus (1963 / Japan)
Bicycles/motorbikes in the museum’s collection Mitsubishi ”Juji-go” (bicycle 1947 / Japan)
Mitsubishi Silver Pigeon(C-11 1949 / Japan)
Honda Super Cub (CA100 1962 / Japan)

Toyota Bandeirante (2001 / Brazil)

Mitsubishi Silver Pigeon(1949 / Japan)


Free-admission period for elementary school students 16 March – 7 April 2024

Museum calendar


Demo Run during the exhibition period

Spring Demo Run of Open Top Cars
Date 20 March 2024
(cancelled in the case of rain)
Venue  P1 parking area
  • Toyota 2000GT Roadster (1967)

  • Lexus LFA Spider (2012)

The vehicles are subject to change without prior notice.

Details of the Spring Demo Run of Open Top Cars


Cars on special display at the entrance

Toyota 86
Date 14 February – 6 May 2024
  • Toyota FT-86 Open Concept [concept car] (2013)

  • Toyota 86 Shooting Brake [prototype] (2016)

The vehicles are subject to change without prior notice.

Venue Cultural Gallery 1F (admission-free area)

Details of Toyota 86


Toyota MR2: In celebration of its 40th anniversary
Date 8 May – 30 June 2024
  • Toyota MR2 Prototype (1983)
  • Toyota MR2 AW11 (1984)

Toyota MR2 AW11 (1984)

The vehicles are subject to change without prior notice.

Venue Cultural Gallery 1F (admission-free area)


Other events during the exhibition period

Outdoor Library: Want to enjoy reading al fresco?
Date 30 March 2024
(cancelled in the case of rain)
Venue  Lawn Plaza (admission-free area)
Description Why not enjoy reading under a blue sky and cherry blossoms?
A selection of books that will make you want to go for a drive and picture books for children are waiting on the Lawn Plaza.

Details of the Outdoor Library


Raising Disaster Prevention Awareness
Date 2 March 2024
Venue  P2 parking area (admission-free area)
This event offers an interactive learning experience for all generations.

You can explore fire and disaster prevention through exhibitions, experiences, and learning with their family.

Details of the Raising Disaster Prevention Awareness

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