Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum

Sightseeing information about Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum in Japan.

Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum (Retoro Densha-kan)2.9

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The Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum (Retoro Densha-kan), located near Akaike station in Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture, is a small transport museum with a collection of Nagoya City's old subway trains and trams, which ran in Nagoya until the 1960s. You can try sitting in one of the real driver's seats, enjoy playing train and bus games, or watching the N-gauge model trains, running on the track based on the city of Nagoya, which you can operate yourself. Admission free. (Japanese)

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5.07 months ago

Kids enjoyed the museum. Free of charge

4.0a year ago

It is a good place especially for kids, they can enjoy playing with small models of trains.

5.02 years ago

A wonderful place for little kids, small museum, very quiet and free of cost!!

3.02 years ago

Good time for the kids below 12 years to understand the evolution of trains and subways in Japan.

5.02 years ago

It's an interesting place to bring your kids to. Only a 5min walk from the Akaike Station, Tsurumai Line. Yes, it is rather compact, but it is FREE of charge and children, as well as the adults, could enjoy controlling the mini toy-trains, having a simulation very close to the real train/tram driver, and learning about how it all started in Nagoya. I suggest, one day prior to your visit, reserving a train depot tour which is right next to it. This way you will easily spend 2-3 hours, enjoying many fascinating things and surely willing to come back.

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