Daihatsu Humobility World
Daihatsu opened this collection in 2007 as part of its centenary celebration. Here people can learn while having fun with a focus on hands-on displays under the themes of "people-friendly" and "earth-friendly" automobile manufacturing. The four-story steel structure with a floor area of 2,900m2 is located adjacent to the Daihatsu Head Office in Ikeda city, Osaka Prefecture. Displays include the LH-25, the engine manufactured by Daihatsu early days after its establishment, and the three-wheeled vehicle that Daihatsu initially made; Midget, a vehicle known as the "road helicopter," in common use during Japan’s period of rapid economic growth, and the Daihatsu Compagno Berlina, which drove the entire course of the Olympic flame from Olympia in the year of the Tokyo Olympics etc.
Ikeda , Osaka