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Motorcar Museum of Japan, Komatsu

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  • On arrival at the Museum the building is most impressive. So is the collection of vehicles. You are greeted on the forecourt by an old Rolls Royce, a London black cab, a Lincoln Continental and a Merc...  more »
  • Amazing huge collection of classic and collectible cars. Three floors full of cars has my cell phone full of pictures. My only complaint is that there are actually too many cars in the space and you c...  more »
  • I wasn't expecting much- or anything- but I certainly didn't expect this many cars. It was very interesting to see the different cars throughout the years.  more »
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  • So many cool cars to check out, kind of in the middle of no where!
  • I didn't come here knowing what to expect. There is a surprisingly huge range of cars, primarily from around the 30s to the 80s, mostly Japanese, but also quite a few from Europe and America as well. A treasure trove of cars displayed across three massive floors. Even the building itself is a beauty. Well worth the 1000¥ for adults. A car enthusiast can easily spend an afternoon here. For a foreigner like me, while they offer a small English guide, the drawback is in the complete lack of signage in English. Even names like Jaguar or Alfa Romeo are in katakana.
  • Very impressive history of cars.
  • Love old cars, which was the case at last (∩ be é ∀ ' ∩) yet! Good luck! Early 2000 GT was delivered I (* ́ω ' *) other all sorts of cars and enjoyed! Bike is here. What!! Is not seen only in photos land King! It is already moving (ishinomori Д ')
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  • Miscellaneous anyway much good out there. I feel very fresh and the condition of the car have been overly restored the car and feel the feeling of a life, the era of air can be breathed in. Would be just on staff now not increasing collection vehicle is more less changes on the exhibition vehicle, will also feel a little uneasy in the future in such a meaning.
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