"As you walk through Suzuki Plaza, you walk through the different stages in Suzuki's history, represented by the many different products the company has made over the years, as well as an exhibit showing a modern production line for cars"
Circuit no Ookkami (Circuit Wolf) Museum was set up by renowned manga artist, Satoshi Ikezawa. Circuit Wolf manga is quite popular in Japan and internationally as well. The Museum features mostly Italian exotics, some Porsche cars and a Toyota 2000GT
Honda's own collection is housed at the Twin Ring Motegi track. The Hall, which displays approximately 350 restored motorcycles, automobiles, power products and racing machines, illustrates the history of Honda and the technologies that Honda has developed over the years.
The Museum offers an overview of Mazda's history, a look into the technology of its automobiles, and the prospects for its future developments. The tour also passes through an actual vehicle assembly line. Multiple models are on the assembly line, so visitors can see a variety of different cars being made. At the end of the tour there is a shop featuring Mazda goods. The tour takes 90 minutes from start to finish.
This is an “experience-based” museum based on the slogan, “Ride, Watch, Touch, Take Pictures." The exhibits include an old three-wheel car (Batanko) from the 1930s - 1940s, motor-assisted bicycles, Japanese clocks with the temporal hour system of the Edo era, wax dolls, music boxes, three-wheeled charcoal carts, an airplane, a rickshaw, a carriage, Japanese cars, and foreign classic cars by Packard, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Ford, Chevrolet, etc.
"Don Laughlin's Classic Car Collection offers an exceptional opportunity to see many of the most unique autos ever created! From Limousines once owned by notorious historic figures, to movie cars, to the battered motorcycle Steve McQueen rode to get away from it all, this collection has something for everyone. Whatever era of automobiles may be your favorite - from the muscle cars of the 60's to the classic horseless carriages - Don Laughlin's Classic Car Collection has something for you!"
The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) has a “Wow!” factor you don’t often find in a museum. You’ll see more than 200 eye-popping cars with authentic street scenes and sounds. The facades bring displays to life; a hardware store here, a movie theatre there which accompany artifacts from each era.
Formerly housing the Rrrollipop collection of microcars, Nostalgiewelt offers a new exhibition, an "indoor drive-in cinema": classic cars to touch, some to sit in. Also there is a screening of film scenes in which precisely these classic cars played a major role. The sound comes partly from the radios in the cars as before! Great fun for the whole family and equally interesting for classic car and film freaks! There is also a small special exhibition about the brilliant Austrian automotive designers Hans and Erich Ledwinka with beautiful Tatra and Puch vehicles!