Toyota in Japan, from Asia region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Toyota with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 188 reviews
Factory tour shows how cars are produced (seems like not much has changed since decades), which is very interesting! Museum shows current technologies intend of engines and current cars. Would be interesting to see a bit more futuristic stuff, like self driving cars and car of the future. Nonetheless great place to see where tps was invented! Would not recommend though to do the trip just for the museum!
4 based on 265 reviews
since my first trip to Korankei last year was a failure, I came back this year. I was a bit early though as the leaves have just started to change. I came here early, took the bus at 10AM on a Monday. There aren't much tourist yet so I was able to appreciate it better. Had lunch on a nearby restaurant with the view of the river. The color of the bridge is really a stand out. The only challenging part here is waiting to get the bus.
4 based on 124 reviews
I've been to matches at this stadium in the past (best was grampus8 v chubu) and it's brilliant.
Well set out, brilliant atmosphere and a lot of fun.
I've told the guys I'm here with what an impressive stadium it is, so we all made the reasonably short walk from Toyotashi centre, across the bridge to the stadium, thinking they may do tours.
Nope! All closed up, they were very disappointed, even the club shop was locked up and bare.
Shame really as it's a lovely stadium and the lads would have loved a tour of it, instead of just a lap around the outside.
4 based on 100 reviews
On top of a hill in Toyota city in Aichi, Japan, this museum exists. The main building and its settling itself is something that you have to experience: their flat Fountain and garden area are both soothing, and the airy arrangement of the entire building, which reminds me of a house designed by Le Corbusier's in Paris. There is a separate building for Takahashi Setsuo and I hope you do not miss this exhibition. He is like Japanese Picasso, or even more than Picasso, his creative "Japan", the lacquer wares, that takes decades of mastering technique itself but he did not end there: paintings and 3D objects, all are too fantastic and I could not move from this annex. It is not in the best location to get to but is worth your time than visiting Nagoya Castle. I spent hours and wiling to come back again.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
It is a very lovely and relaxing place. You can have a wonderfull sightseeing, small boat tour in the lake, enjoy with your child in the kids garden and see some animals in the small but nice zoo.
4 based on 46 reviews
There are lots of autumn color leaves red and yellow and autumn blooming cherry. Some parks have stalls , famous Gohei mochi and udon noodle. Too crowded at weekend. The best is week day of middle to end of Norvember. Some parking lots require 500yen.
4 based on 40 reviews
Experiencing the traditional crafts, farming practices, and lifestyle of old Japan is what the village is known for: farmhouse, watermill, kura, it has it all.
For us it was the thatched roofed buildings and the water mill which looked wonderful against the muted autumn foliage. One building we especially loved had steam rising from the roof. We stood for about 15 minutes overlooking the rooftop taking shots of the mist, the foliage and the house.
3.5 based on 36 reviews
I was lucky to live in Toyota for two years and have visited Koromo Shrine on many occasions. This shrine is usually quiet and peaceful. It's a great place to come and sit and think or read. You might even be visited by the two cats that reside on the property.
The best time to visit this shrine in October during Koromo Matsuri. This festival is held over two days and is vibrant and lively. There are many stalls to buy knick knacks and plenty of festival food and drinks stalls. Make sure you watch the lantern run on Saturday night in the Shrine and the float parade on Sunday. It's such a friendly atmosphere. I rate this festival well over the major festival in Toyota, Oiden.
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