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Toyota Kaikan Museum & Plant Tours

  • General hours of operation and plant tours are subject to change without notice.
    For more information and the latest updates, click here.

  • Recommencement of plant tours (updated on July 20, 2020)

    Toyota Kaikan Museum will resume its plant tours from Monday, October 5; however, the tours will be limited to field trips of social studies classes from Japanese elementary schools, with the aim of supporting their learning about the industry, while taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    Please note that Toyota Kaikan Museum will continue to suspend public plant tours, i.e. not accepting reservations, for the general public (families, businesses, various organizations, people from overseas, etc.), in light of new COVID-19 cases in Japan and abroad. Tours are planned to be rolled out gradually for the broader public when it is advisable to do so.
    For the latest information on the Toyota Kaikan Museum and/or its plant tours, please access the museum website.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your understanding.

  • Notice for visitors to Toyota Kaikan Museum

    Toyota Kaikan Museum has resumed operations, while taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    - Tours and some hands-on experiences remain closed for the time being.
    - Please refrain from visiting in groups.

    Request for visitors coming to the Toyota Kaikan Museum
    ●Please refrain from entering the museum if you are not feeling well (e.g. fever, fatigue, etc.).
    ●Please cooperate with having your temperature checked when entering the museum.
    ●Please disinfect your hands before entering the museum. Sanitizers are provided at the entrance.
    ●Please wear your mask at all times.
    ●Please keep a two-meter distance from other visitors, except your companions.

    We are taking the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19
    ●Staff members are required to check their temperatures, wash and disinfect their hands, and wear masks, gloves, and face shields.
    ●The premises are cleaned and disinfected regularly.
    ●The museum buildings are ventilated regularly.
    ●Admission may be restricted during crowded times.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your understanding.

  • Notice regarding age restriction of tour participants

    Effective July 1, 2019, the minimum age for participants of Toyota plant tours changed from three to six years old due to safety restrictions.

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