Once home to motorcycle hillclimb races, the picturesque Asama hill is a sacred place for local motorsport enthusiasts. So it is no wonder that the Asama Volcano Museum has a hall devoted to historical racing bikes.
There are only about 20 cars and motor bikes on display at Nasu PS Garage but it is an intimate setting where you can enjoy a coffee and cake surrounded by some stunning machines, including different movie cars (e.g. Batmobile)
Seichi Watanabe's small but colorful collection, which includes a 1901 De Dion Bouton, a 1910 Fuller and the record-breaking 1930 MG EX120, an eclectic bunch of US power machines (Corvette, Mustang, Buick convertible, Hudson coupe), red European sports models (Ferrari Dino 264GT, Alfa Romeo 2000 Spyder, Porsche 356B roadster, Jaguar E-Type, Daimler SP250 roadster) and examples of practical transport (Holden, Morris Minor, Fiat 500, Citroen 2CV)
Yamaha Communication Plaza has become a space for explaining the past, present and future of Yamaha Corporation. Take a look at some of the epoch-making products and imagine what the future has in store at Yamaha Motors with its corporate philosophy of "Providing new inspiration and prosperity to people around the world".
Walk-through exhibit areas are fashioned to resemble the streets of an Italian village in the 1960s, a small town in 1950s America and similar evocative settings. The cast of automobiles on display changes regularly, rewarding repeat visits.
"You know you are at the right place when you see a Meiji Western style 3-story building with 250,000 red bricks. Inside this Museum, there are over 500 cars from the 1900s (Meiji 34) to the 1970s (Showa 45) from around the world displayed in a 12,000m2 exhibition hall.