Nissan Engine Museum
You can always see major 28 Nissan cars in the Nissan Engine Museum collection. Every year 3 to 5 cars take turns to exhibit. The building of the museum was the headquarter of Nissan, when the first factory of Yokohama was built here in 1934. It has been the headquarter till it moved to Ginza, Tokyo in 1968.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours. Check the official website for the latest information.
|Closed||Saturday, Sunday, Golden Week, Summer, Year-end and New Year holidays|
|Access||JR Shinkoyasu Station, Keikyu Shinkoyasu Station, Keikyu Express Line|