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Japan does museums very well We got the combo ticket with the Toyota Automobile Museum so saved a few yen and got around with the metro day pass.
It is one of the most informative and interesting museums that I have seen anywhere.
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I visited the museum as a day trip from Nagoya - you take a Meitetsu Inuyama line train from Nagoya station to Inuyama station, where you transfer to a bus bound for Meiji Mura.
Outstanding Outdoor Museum
There is another museum in Nagoya for Toyota commemorative museum of industry and technology this is also well worth a visit , classic Toyotas and the history of Toyota if staying in Nagoya you can walk to here.
The Kaikan Museum is a well organized attraction and a must for every automobile fanatic - next to the BMW and Porsche museum in Germany.
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The three great Japanese railway museums, Nagoya, Kyoto and Saitama.
Museums in Japan always impressed me in how they make knowledge interesting for children.
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I hadn't been to many automotive museums in the world, but I can strong recommend Toyota's museum because there are many rare cars that can tell car evolution story among the years, since European, American and Ja...
Visited here with a group in June & it was fantastic, the staff were all so friendly & helpful, the Museum & all the cars were immaculate, there are a lot of cars to see other than just Toyota, make sure you get a...
True, you can visit Science Museums just about anywhere but this one was worth the time.
A great science museum including physics, maths, chemistry, biology, astro.... fun to play all the little experiments Must try the great -30 degree celsius experience, freaking cold!
These two museums are situated very close to each other and visiting these two almost fills the day; a perfect idea for a rainy day).
Learn how one plate launched the Noritake dream, watch craftsman create delicate works of art and discover historical Noritake collection at the museum.
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An unpretentious art museum, complete with a pristine setting, quiet and serene garden grounds, a nice and typical restaurant - glimpses of a fascinating country, a Japan of the heart, lending itself to easy and g...
It is a nice little museum, with some national treasures and lots of history of the country.
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Fuji was a JMSDF ice-breaker in service, before retiring as a museum ship.
Antarctic survey ship, no longer used, now a great museum.
Beautiful and extensive museum with wonderful collections
This art museum often brings in some great international pieces by famous artists and currently the renoir pieces are lovely.
This art museum is located in Sakae, the center of Nagoya.
The museum houses all the floats and has a nominal entry fee as I checked.