9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Admission until 4:30 p.m.)

Event & Demo

Annual Events

Annual Events

2019 Event Schedule

Planned Exhibitions

Saturday, April 20th to Sunday, June 9th

Toyota Collection Exhibit “Measuring Time: the Sense of Time and Mechanisms Seen in Japanese-style Clocks”

Clocks are an integral part of our daily lives. The people of the Edo period, who lived their lives in tune with the rhythm of sunrise and sunset, created Japanese clocks which measured time differently between day and night. This exhibition will introduce the sense of time and mechanisms hidden within these clocks.

Thursday, September 25th to Monday, December 1st

The Origin Story of the Toyota Group – For the People, For the Future –

We will share the purpose and passion of the Toyota Group during its beginnings, and exhibit its fight to bring wealth and happiness to the people.

Events

Saturday, January 5th and Sunday, January 6th

Winter Holiday Discovery and Experience Museum

We will be holding craft events for elementary and junior high school students for two days during the winter holidays.
– Make a G1 truck out of cardboard (first 100 applicants per day). For: elementary and junior high school students.
– Get your strength back! Pneumatic motor class (first 150 applicants per day). For: elementary and junior high school students.
– Make a warm mini scarf♪ (first 150 applicants per day). For: elementary and junior high school students.

Saturday, March 16th and Sunday, March 17th

Toyota Engineering Society Idea Olympics Works Exhibition

We will be exhibiting the works displayed at this fall’s Idea Olympics.

Saturday, March 30th and Sunday, March 31st

Spring Vacation Discovery Experience Museum

We will be holding craft events for elementary and junior high school students for two days during the spring holidays.
– Make Your Own Dome-Shaped Conductivity Checker☆ (First 100 applicants per day) For: elementary school aged children in the 4th-3rd grade
– Go Go Go! Spring-Powered Racecar (First 200 applicants per day) For: children of elementary school age
– Fabric Weaving Experience: Make Your Own Round Coaster (First 200 applicants per day) For: elementary school aged children

Saturday, June 8th and Sunday, June 9th

25th Anniversary Special Event “Nori-Nori Weekend”

“Admission will be free, and we will be holding a variety of fun events, including the following program.
◎ Driving demos of the AA passenger car/G1 truck
◎ Test rides in the first generation Crown/ Corolla Sprinter/ first generation Celsior
◎ Weaving experience
◎ Special guided tour” And much more

Saturday, August 17th and Sunday, August 18th

Summer Vacation Discovery Experience Museum

For two days during the summer vacation, we will be holding craft events for elementary and middle school aged children.
– Swing Mini Tray (first 200 applicants for each day) For: elementary and middle school aged children
– Colorful Polyhedron Accessories (first 200 applicants for each day) For: elementary and middle school aged children
– Super Manoeuvrable! Sideways Two Wheel Bike (first 200 applicants for each day) For: Children from 4th grade of elementary school to 3rd grade of middle school

Wednesday, October 2nd and Thursday, October 10th

Business Exhibition Event One Day Bus Trip Walking through Kariya, where Toyota began making cars, followed by a Japanese, Western, or Chinese lunch.

We will be holding a bus tour centering on the Toyota Group locations in the Kariya area, including the birthplace of Toyota’s automobile manufacturing.

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