Slightly unexpected, interactive displays and full access to zooty cars, did terribly at the game but well worthwhile
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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.
Large display of Nissan cars. Goes through the history and future of their brand of cars. Good interaction with people of all ages. Radio controlled cars, interaction activities and souvenir shop.
Spent an hour there. Kids loved in. I loved it. Lot's of interesting cars to see. Interactive car simulators and a bit of history all in a clean, serene setting. A great break from the hustle of the rest of Tokyo. It's also free. Close...More
The gallery was very close to Yokohama station and opened to the public, means everyone can access and visit for free. We went and experienced the latest technology, as well as latest car models of Nissan. A game corner was also set up, and it...More
When visiting Bay quarter area, it could be a nice stop for a short time to check the latest Nissan technology or any current exhibition. It's modern, quiet and there is a coffee shop to relax for a moment before continuing with one's plans for...More
With myriads of vehicles, video games, and starbucks, this is one of best places to bring your kids and relax around Yokohama station. You can ask questions on Nissan cars.
Was great to be able to sit in the current car models, the GTR was amazing, the staff were friendly & encouraged you to look in the cars.
I'm not that much into cars, but I decided to stop here for a quick look while walking around downtown Yokohama, and enjoyed the mix of classic and modern cars on display here. My favorite was the beautiful Z sports coupe.