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リニア・鉄道館 SCMAGLEV and Railway Park 〜夢と想い出のミュージアム〜, Nagoya
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If you’re interested in vehicles, don’t miss paying a visit to リニア・鉄道館 SCMAGLEV and Railway Park 〜夢と想い出のミュージアム〜, a museum dedicated to Japanese trains. Popular with children and families, the museum was established in 2011 and features 39 full-size vehicles. Admire the rolling stock vehicles, ranging from early 20th-century locomotives to superconducting bullet trains, some of which have broken world speed records in their heyday. Acquaint yourself with the history of the Japanese railway network, admire the large diorama, or try your hand at the train driving simulator. Make リニア・鉄道館 SCMAGLEV and Railway Park 〜夢と想い出のミュージアム〜 part of your personalized Nagoya itinerary using our Nagoya trip itinerary builder.
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SLからリニアまで車両実物がたくさん並んでます。巨大ジオラマ、電車運転体験等子供が楽しめるコーナーも充実してます。子供たちは学習と遊びが一度にできるとてもいいところでした。From SL to linear along a lot of vehicle life. Will staff a huge dioramas, train driving experience, kids can play corner. Children could learn and play at the same time can be very good.show original
客は電車好きの子供を連れた家族が多い。 大人は、アラフォー以上の世代なら、前世代の新幹線の飲み水の給水機などをなつかしく見て楽しめる。 電車好きではない若者にとっては、なつかしいわけでもないし、あまり面白くないかもしれない。Guests are families with children like the train. Adults arafo over generations look dear, previous-generation Shinkansen drinking water machine, where you can enjoy. For young people don't like train, maybe not dear, very interesting, might not be.show original
初代の新幹線や点検専用のドクターイエローや、リニアモーターカーなどが展示してあります。 おすすめは、ジオラマです。 朝から夜までの街の様子を部屋の照明で刻々と表現してくれて、とても臨場感があります。 案内も肉声でやってくれてとても楽しいです。Bullet train first and check doctor yellow, maglev train be exhibited. Featured is the diorama. In the lighting in the room watching the street from morning to night time thanks for showing up with table, very realistic. Playing a voice guide is so much fun.show original
I'll start by saying that this is definitely a place for train fans, so if you consider yourself that then you will love it. If not, I still think you'll find it enjoyable, although probably not for as long. The museum consists of two main rooms, one being rather epic, showing three of the fastest trains Japan has ever produced, one steam locomotive, one electric and the new Maglev, which is a sight to behold. The second room is gigantic and full of trains, most of which are the different models of bullet trains through history, as well as older inter city trains. This room also contains information and interactive exhibits which are largely in Japanese, but also include English. Most of these are interesting. There is also the opportunity to have photographs taken at the drivers seat of one of the trains. You're able to go into the passenger areas of the rest. The museum also has a huge model railway with lots of funny little details that you can spot, a raffle to enter simulators, which looked very exciting, and a cafe. There is a small room dedicated to new Maglev, with a movie in Japanese, but it's still worth going on as it stimulates a journey on the train, with vibrating seats and screens where the windows should be. This room also features more interactive displays about the unique technology, all of these are well worth a look. The shop is packed with merchandise, from ¥100 to ¥20,000, so you should be able to find something, be it chopsticks, a key cap, or models of the trains. I'd recommend this museum to anyone who likes trains, and it's perfect for all children. There's also seven train theme stamps inside, for you stamp collectors.
Must see if you plan on visiting Nagoya. Nearly all exhibits are described in English. You can find there trains from 100 years ago as well as more recent Shinkansen and Maglev ones. ¥1000 per person but worth it. Slow walk around everything will take you about 3 to 4 hours.
What a great museum! If you love Shinkansens and trains in general this is the place for you. The Shinkansen on display are in perfect condition. The retired sets are a treat since the interiors have been preserved and it's like travelling back in time. Well worth the visit.
Good display of rolling stock, and very good English translations. Very cool model train diorama. However, explanations of the SCmaglev system were a little shallow for my tastes. Overall had fun.
A good collection of trains and explanatory exhibits for everything starting from the wheels, points and overhead to magnetic levitation. Would be nice to have a guide, but the plaques already explain a lot.
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