Toyota Kaikan Museum & Plant Tours
General hours of operation and plant tours are subject to change without notice.
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We regret to inform you that the Toyota Kaikan Museum will remain closed until May 11 as a countermeasure to help combat the Covid-19.
The recommencement date for public plant tours is under consideration.
We expect to restart these tours at the beginning of June, at the earliest. However, a definite restart date is still to be confirmed.
For the time being, we are accepting no new plant tour reservations. If you have made a tour reservation for June or later, we will be in contact with you by phone or e-mail closer to the date to update you on the situation.
Thank you for your understanding.
Effective July 1, 2019, the minimum age for participants of Toyota plant tours changed from three to six years old due to safety restrictions.
Toyota Kaikan Museum
An introduction to
Toyota’s approach to vehicles
from a variety of perspectives
See diverse efforts to develop eco-cars with hybrid technologies at their core
Learn about Toyota’s initiatives to create vehicles that do not cause accidents
An introduction to Toyota’s approach to manufacturing, human knowledge and innovation needed for car making's various production processes
Information on the Toyota Global Vision, an aspirational statement shared by all Toyota employees, and specific measures from the past, present, and into the future are presented.
A basic introduction to vehicle mechanisms, Toyota’s auto making, traffic safety, and other topics for children (in Japanese)
Offers a variety of automotive-themed goods such as plastic models, miniature toy cars, and books
An exhibit of the latest Toyota vehicles
An exhibit of the latest Lexus vehicles
TOYOTA GAZOO Racing
An introduction to motor sports and rally programs and current automotive topics