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One of my kids is quite Nissan fan so we made the trip to visit the Nissan Global HQ museum.
We took the train to Yokohama from Tokyo. It's only a short walk from the station but it can be confusing with multiple overhead walkways....More
Lots of different models that we do not see in the US. Many historical models also. There was also a gift shop selling Nissan clothing, etc. And a Starbucks coffee shop right on the water for a quick snack.
If you like Nissan or just cars in general, then I think this place is worth checking out.
This place is huge & they even have a museum, of the history, on how Nissan started and what it has become today.
I actually walked through...More
This is the global HQ of Nissan and they have some very cool cars on display.
However being the HQ, this is a great opportunity to provide further insight into Nissan and its glorious history but we found it stopped short of that. We visited...More
This facility is connected to the Yokohama station by an underground passageway and is located on the 1st floor of the Nissan headquarters. The latest Nissan cars were displayed in the gallery. There were also popular models of Nissan's cars, so adults and children both...More
Nissan Global Headquarter in Yokohama is a must if you like cars. Heritage and latest technology sit by side in a very family friendly space in which you can enjoy a cup of tea, coffee, latte or simply hang around. The souvenir shop provides quite...More
If you go here expecting to see interesting things do not waste your time. The coolest Nissan thing in Japan is the concept car in downtown Tokyo. Unless you want to see an example of a bad car dealership avoid this place like the plague.
It's an open galley of cars about 10 minutes walk from Yokohama station. No reservations or such necessary. They have floor girls that probably can show you around and speak English as well and there are quite a few other... More
It's an open galley of cars about 10 minutes walk from Yokohama station. No reservations or such necessary. They have floor girls that probably can show you around and speak English as well and there are quite a few other companies with floor galleries like Ricoh in the area as well, as well as shopping and ferry tours.