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This is an interesting place that showcases various types of bicycles. From the ancient bicycles which evolved into the modern bicycles that we are riding on today.There is an entrance fee of Y200. Once you have entered, you would be shown a short movie about...More
There are a lot of unique bicycles including old style ones and two-seaters. It is interesting for adults to see around or take photos, children also can enjoy drawing a picture; there are tables lined up in a row along bicycles. You can use these...More
You get to learn the history of how the bicycle came about from start to present day and how the future is envisioned. You see all the models in the museum. Bicycle of all sorts. Apparently there are certain days you get to try some...More
When it comes to bicycles, not many museums are this complete. I last visited several years ago and the museum has been wonderfully updated in every way since then.
Great history and timeline of the best mode of transport ever invented. Access to the basement...More
We were shown a short movie (in English in our case) about the history of the bicycle, and then could explore the many models from the earliest wooden designs to various crank and foot pedaled versions. Looking at the design of the steering and breaking...More
If you a are a fan of mountain biking, cyclist, appreciate history, this is the place for you.
It was an hour journey from Osaka to Sakai. We took a brisk walk from the train station in Sakai to the museum, then walk for 20...More
i liked that the many young people went there not to just see, but feel it, touch it experience it, they made it all possible. i saw many families brought their kids to practice drawing there, also if you want to try to ride classic...More
What a neat little museum with so many cool bikes. If you love biking. . .then you must GO! Super easy to find and the staff on hand are very helpful. Very good write-ups and photos. They even have some working Shimano parts that you...More