About Mazda Museum
The Mazda Museum is located in Ushin, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City, Japan, next to the famous Mazda Ushin Daiichi Factory. It is an automobile museum that collects and exhibits the famous market cars, concept cars, and engine technology of Mazda Motor Corporation of Japan over the years. Opened in May 1994 and expanded in 2005, the museum provides visitors with a comprehensive view of the past, present and future of Mazda’s automobile production.
The Mazda Museum is composed of six sections, and exhibits nostalgic cars such as the Mazda tricycle, the 787B that won the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, and the latest concept cars, with several models rotating from time to time. The museum also has a collection of rotor engines, related parts, clay models, and car assembly processes from previous generations.
At the entrance of the Mazda Museum, there is a store selling Mazda-related souvenirs. Of course, souvenir items related to the Hiroshima Toyo Carp professional baseball team and the Hiroshima Sanfrecce professional soccer team are also available for purchase here.
How to get there
5 minutes on foot from JR Koyo Station
Hours of operation
13:30-15:00 Japanese guided tour
10:00 – 11:30 English guided tour
The museum is located in Fuchu City, Aki-gun, Hiroshima Prefecture. Visitors can learn about the history of Mazda, an automobile manufacturer, and enjoy the history of the famous cars produced by the company. The museum exhibits the history of the company in the 1920s, as well as the technology related to engines and manufacturing.
The museum is open by appointment only, so visitors are required to make a reservation in advance.