2018 Event Schedule
Saturday, January 20th to Sunday, March 11th
Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum Roadshow – “IRAKA: A Millennium of Tile Roofing”
The same “kawara” tiles can be used as a roofing material for a millennium. This exhibit puts a focus on ancient “kawara” tiles and seeks to take a deeper look at how they are made and used in roofing from the viewpoint of architecture. Visitors to the exhibit will also be able to see “shibi” and “onigawara” roofing tiles, normally only able to be seen from a distance, up close.
Saturday, September 22th to Sunday, November 4th
Toyota Collection Exhibit “100-Year-Old Audio: How the gramophone changed music appreciation”
Introduces the mechanisms and history of the gramophone, the starting point of audio recording and playback equipment, as well as the appreciation of music through a medium different to those of today.
Saturday, January 6th and Sunday, January 7th
Winter Holiday Discovery and Experience Museum
A crafts event for elementary and junior high school students will be held during the winter break.
Let’s make a woven tapestry♪
(First 150 people to arrive each day.)
Target participants: elementary and junior high school students.
Sparkling☆ LED constellation accessories.
(First 150 people to arrive each day)
Target participants: elementary school third year students to junior high school third year students.
Let’s make G1-type trucks / AA-type passenger vehicles with cardboard.
(First 100 people to arrive each day.)
Target participants: elementary school fifth year students to junior high school third year students.
Saturday, March 17th and Sunday, March 18th
Tokyo Engineering Society Idea Contest Works Exhibition
An exhibition of the works displayed at this fall’s Idea Contest.
Saturday, March 31th and Sunday, April 1th
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 a robot hand (First 150 people/day) Target: Elementary and junior high school students
– Your picture lights up: Make a pen stand (First 75 people/day) Target: Elementary school students grades 4 and up, and junior high school students grades 3 and below
– Hand weaving: Make your own colorful bracelet (First 150 people/day) Target: Elementary and junior high school students
Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th
Special Hall Opening Memorial Event: “Norinori Weekend” (free admission)
Featuring a variety of events, such as ride-alongs and test drives of models including the first-generation Toyota Crown and demonstration drives of the Toyota AA sedan and G1 truck.
◎First-generation Crown/Corolla/Celica/Mirai ride-alongs/test drives
◎AA sedan/G1 truck demonstration drives
◎ Special guided tours of areas normally closed to the public
Saturday, August 18th and Sunday, August 19th
Summer Vacation Discovery Experience Museum
There will be a children’s handicraft event held during two days of the summer vacation.
– Whoom!! Hovercraft-type vehicles (first 100 people per day). For: 4th grade elementary school students to 3rd grade middle school students.
– Lets make colorful coasters with spinning glass ♪ (150 people per day) For: elementary and junior high school students.
– Lets make spinning gears (first 200 people per day). For: elementary and junior high school students.