Heritage of Industrial Modernization
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is designated as a Heritage of Industrial Modernization.
The Heritage of Industrial Modernization designation recognizes significant contributions to the modernization of Japan. The museum was awarded the designation by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2007 for its role in raising awareness and teaching the value of our industrial heritage, and for playing a role in community revitalization.
Toyota Commemorative Museum’s Heritage of Industrial Modernization Status
(Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology)
|Recognized Buildings||Toyoda Automatic Weaving Factory
(Now the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology)
|Former head office of Toyoda Spinning & Weaving Co., Ltd.|
|Former Toyoda Shokai Office|
|Recognized Exhibits||Toyoda Wooden Hand Loom (replica)|
|Garabo Spinning Machine|
|Toyoda Power Loom|
|Toyoda Non-Stop Shuttle-change Automatic Loom Type G|
|Super High Draft Ring Spinning Frame|
|Materials Testing Center / Prototype Plant|
|Toyoda Model G1 Truck|
|Toyoda Standard Sedan Model AA|
For more information on the Heritage of Industrial Modernization, please see the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s website.