A Visual Diary of my travels mostly in Japan, but also around the world including the small details we sometimes overlook
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Toyota Automobile Museum: Nagakute, Japan (close to Nagoya)
Toyota Model AA is the first car you see inside the museum. There are 3 floors to the museum. What you see inside the museum isn't everything that Toyota owns. From my inside source, they periodically switch out the cars to maintain the cars and to keep the display on a rotation.
The second floor show room. It starts with the history of cars evolution.
The Stanley Steamer....would you look at that they made cars originally and not steam cleaners!
Leonardo Da Vinci's Self-propelled cart. ｃ.１４８０
レオナルド ダ ヴィンチの車、エンギンなしとどうぶつなしでうごきます。
I don't think the windshield would do much......but okay.
Up next more of the cars at the museum! There were many cool looking cars and many car symbols and hood ornaments that I had never seen before.....but of course that's probably because I'm not a car buff.