The capital of Aichi Prefecture is located in Nagoya where there are two exhibition halls that Japanese are proud of Toyota Motor Company and the world famous Noritake China. At the root, there exist minutely calculated scientific studies and designs, implementation technologies and supporting spirit of craftsmen. This tour takes you through the 100-year long tradition and the state-of-the-art technology demonstration
|Time||9:00 - 12:45|
|Departure||04 Jan - 30 Dec 2018 : Tue to Sun|
|Guide||English-speaking guide or assistant service is provided.|
Number of Person
Your hotel → Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology → Forest of Noritake
-Please follow the guide's instruction during the program. We shall not be responsible for any accident caused by disregard of the instructions.
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- Public Transportation fee included (For taxis or hired cars, additional fee will be charged.)
- Pick-up service is limited to a place within 10 minute walk from a station on JR Nagoya Station.We may charge an additional fee in case your hotel is located out of this range.
Depart at your hotel
Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
A variety of demonstrations show how textiles are woven from thread. At the car display section, from the first Toyota car to the latest hybrid cars, sports cars, and future cars are on display. At the car mechanism section from robot-controlled welding machines to various manufacturing equipment are on display. And those exhibits are actually operable.
Forest of Noritake
It’s a facility in the compound of headquarters operated by one of the world greatest high quality ceramics manufacturers. The highlight of the theme part is Craft Center and Noritake Museum. First, you can have a tour of Craft Center to study the whole process of ceramic making. Next, you can have a tour of Noritake Museum.