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Fukuyama Auto & Clock Museum, Fukuyama

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  •  You can get old cars were usually not quite! Exhibits not only cars but also the old consumer electronics products such as watches and accessories also superb.
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  • But I think many people feel the attraction touching the exhibits are OK, though my impression only reside until hate is personal and thought the Museum clock mounted on the vehicle, like a camera until the 1970s various machines and is also undeniable. 2 explanations quite shoddy cycle vs 4cycle merits and drawbacks, and the Museum? Of and in all honesty I would like to consider admission fees, and no staff, wrote in the title "low ratings", according to the locals, and since opening its doors again didn't "again and arrangement of the exhibits"? Also, "is the closest Sunday single day admission fee discount, 7/4, 1964-1978 sense isn't?
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  • I'd heard interesting and actually try the old one said and curiosities in the car, was very helpful.
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