About Plant Tour

Is it necessary to make a reservation in advance?

Yes, you must make reservations by online for plant tours between three months and two weeks in advance.

Please see book a tour.
Is it possible to make tentative reservations?
No, it is not possible to make tentative reservations.
Can I wait for a cancellation?
Yes, you can.
This is a service which notifies you via e-mail if an existing reservation has been canceled and there is an opening for your desired date or course.
If you would like to receive a vacancy notice e-mail, visit the "Reservations for Toyota Kaikan Museum and Plant Tours" top page.
Please start by clicking on "Tour Reservations / Search for Availability" and register for "Standby".
Are there any age restrictions for plant tours?

Children six years old or above may take part in the plant tour.
Note that children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

Can I take photographs?
No, filming and taking photographs are not permitted in plants.
Is there a rest lounge for bus drivers?
Some plants have a lounge in the bus parking lot for drivers. Please note that not all plants provide a rest lounge.
Can I specify which plant I will visit?
No, the plant to be toured will be determined by Toyota one month prior to the tour.
I would like a pamphlet about the plant tour.

About Museum

Is it necessary to make a reservation in advance?
Visitors arriving by chartered bus must make reservations by online two weeks prior to their visit. Visitors arriving by other means such as car or public transportation do not need to make reservations in advance.
Is it possible to make tentative reservations?
No, it is not possible to make tentative reservations.
Are there rooms for giving babies milk?

Yes, there are. Please inquire at the reception area.

Please click here for the details.
Is there a place to take food and drinks at the Museum?

Yes. please use cafe or restaurant as described below.

Restaurant Socio
Open: 11:30A.M. - 1:30P.M.
Monday - Friday
Reservations at +81 565 29 9260

Starbucks Coffee
Open: 7:00A.M. - 9:00P.M.
Monday - Friday

Is there visitor parking?

Parking for cars
Yes, please use the multilevel free parking garage for 800 cars in front of the entrance to the Museum.

Parking for buses
Yes, there are free parking areas for buses in front of the Museum.
Reservations must be made two weeks in advance to use the bus parking area.

I would like a pamphlet about the Museum.
Can I take photographs?
Yes, photographs and video may be taken in the Museum except in Toyota Theater. However, persons wishing to take photographs for purposes such as media coverage must receive prior permission. Please contact us by telephone. +81 565 29 3345
What is the difference between Toyota Kaikan Museum and the Toyota Automobile Museum and the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology?

The Toyota Kaikan Museum is in Toyota City. It displays TOYOTA technology representative of its effort, especially in terms of the environment and safety, to act as a frontrunner to lead the way to the future of mobility (Toyota Global Vision 2011). The museum includes a new model showroom.

The Toyota Automobile Museum is east of Nagoya City, in Nagakute City. It displays the evolution of car technology & culture from the birth of gasoline-powered automobiles by displaying key models of many automakers from home and abroad.

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is in Nagoya City, housed in the building that served as the Toyota group birthplace at the time it began mass production of looms. It introduces changing technology from weaving machines to automobiles and to robots.

Official site of each facility


How can we get to the Toyota Kaikan Museum?

Time required by taxi to reach the Toyota Kaikan Museum and approximate fare

  • From Nagoya Station: approx. 60 min./13,000 yen
  • From Toyota-shi Station: approx. 20 min./2,100 yen
  • From Tsuchihashi Station: approx. 15 min./1,600 yen
  • From Mikawa-Toyota Station: approx. 10 min./800 yen
Please refer to Address/directions.
I think I lost something during my visit.
Please contact the Toyota Kaikan Museum if you think lost something during either your visit to the museum or during a plant tour.
+81 565 29 3345