The Automobile Gallery features some 140 vehicles from around the world—representing the historical progress of automotive technology and culture, from the birth of gasoline-powered automobiles to modern cars.More information
From more than 200,000 automobile-related cultural items the museum has collected in Japan and abroad, some 4,000 items have been selected for display to depict the theme of mobility and culture.More information
This plaza is the perfect location for picnics on sunny days.More information
The Advancement and Diversification of Motorization
The five exhibition zones on this floor follow the progress and challenges of the worldwide auto industry from the 1950s to the present day.More information
From the Dawn of the Automobile to the Birth of Japanese Cars
The eight exhibition zones on this floor follow the worldwide progress of automotive technology and culture from the birth of the first practical gasoline-powered automobile to the 1950s.More information
The Symbol Zone features the first passenger car commercially produced by Toyota, the 1936 Toyoda Model AA (replica). On the wall are some relief sculptures, including one that depicts Toyota’s Koromo plant as it was first erected.More information
Museum Restaurant "AVIEW"
Our chef offers inspired and creative lunch selections following the tradition of Western cuisine at reasonable prices.More information
In addition to books and magazines, computer terminals are available here to explore our exhibition items. Visitors can also enjoy a gallery of miniature cars and demonstration run videos of some of our vehicles on exhibit.More information
Library houses automobile-related resources, including books, magazines, catalogs, and audio/visual materials to provide visitors with a wide range of information.More information
Automobile Culture Showroom
Some 4,000 cultural items have been selected for display to depict the theme of mobility and culture.More information
Special Exhibition Room
Various exhibitions and events are held in this room throughout the year.
Special programs and events take place in this room.
* Open only during programs and events
Many exclusive goods which cannot be found elsewhere are available here, including the hugely popular "Museum Curry" and "Spanner Spoon." Feel free to purchase these products as a keepsake of your visit or as gifts for your loved ones.More information
Museum Café "CARS & BOOKS"
Grab a book to enjoy with a delicious cup of coffee or tea as you cast your mind back to your experience in the museum. This book cafe is a cozy space where you can relax with your friends and have casual conversations about cars.More information