Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry & Technology
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Lonely Planet review
The world's largest car manufacturer had humble beginnings in the weaving industry. This interesting museum occupies the site of Toyota's original weaving plant. Rev-heads will find things textile heavy before warming to the 7900sqm automotive and robotics pavilion. Science-minded folk will enjoy countless hands-on exhibits. Displays are bilingual and there's an English-language audio tour available. Don't confuse this museum with the Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall and plant tours.