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After looking around on the internet for car museums in Tokyo I came across the listings for Ikaho, The toys and dolls are not really my thing but some items did catch my attention on passing , but the cars were well worth the trip...More
On first sight.its just a large brick building but as soon as you reach the front door and pass the rally prepped 240z you know you're in for a treat. Inside there are plenty of unusual gems. Mainly japanese toy and doll memorabilia with some...More
Eclectic. Wonderful. We loved it. Museum starts with many rooms of old toys. Then, three floors of cars. End - squirrel garden and a Lamborghini behind some glass. You can't make this up. More importantly...access. We used our JR passes to travel from Ueno to...More
Feels like you're walking back in time going through the displays of toys. The building looks unassuming from the outside but it is a very big maze of interesting vintage japanese memorabelia. There is also two floors of vintage Japanese cars and sports cars, a...More
Spent an enjoyable morning here with the family drooling over the museum grade classic Japanese cars. This was the second time I had the opportunity to see a Toyota 2000GT (my favorite Japanese car of all time) in the metal, which was in way better...More
When my Japanese friends said "hey, there's a car museum and a toy museum in this city." I thought great, I love old Japanese cars. Then they said "We're taking the kids to the toy museum". So I was bummed, but I thought whatever, let's...More