Motorcar Museum of Japan, Komatsu

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  • Since childhood I heard was born in 1960 in cars like her husband. And seen various models since childhood because my father was like in car was somehow 付ki合emashita to the end, but in the second half was little. It was 2 hours while my mind to manage this, and don't worry. There was a toilet in the world has 3 floors on the first floor (available) cold weather, I borrowed the toilet seat with the temperature eventually made in Japan. So was very happy husband. That seemed to be the cafe on the ground floor was closed on Sunday. Selling a little souvenir corner.
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  • I have seen quite a few Automotive Museums in several countries and travel with groups of committed enthusiasts and our unanimous opinion was that this Museum is a must see. The collection is vast, di...  more »
  • And if if you like cars take plenty of time alone. Normal car we represent each era are lined up with. From trucks to sports cars. Race car. Toyota 2000 GT and NSX. Zagato and Tommy kaira. But the protagonists are ordinary cars. Surprisingly, during the East Japan earthquake brought Mercedes-Benz Unimog.
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  • great museum. a lot of cars. and some surprises
  • An amazing collection, huge and great quality. Very organized into groups.
  • So many cool cars to check out, kind of in the middle of no where!
  • A complete collection. Only have a small cafe. Not sure if it serves lunch because the day I visited was closed.
  • 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.

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