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quarta-feira, 13 de julho de 2016

Students of the Federal District, Goias, Brazil and Museum Toyota Kaikan, Tokyo; --- Os estudantes do Distrito Federal, Goias, Brasil e o Museum Toyota Kaikan, Tóquio;

Winners of University Challenge 2015 traveling on mission to Japan


The members of the second and third places go to Florianopolis, where they will be made technical visits to different segments companies.


From the capital of Japan, will be visited several reference centers for innovation and entrepreneurship, including: Mega Web theme park, Museum Toyota Kaikan, Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town, Tokyo Institute of Technology, NHK Science & amp; Technology Research Laboratories, Sony Explora Science, Toshiba Science Museum, Panasonic Science and the National Science and Innovation Museum.

The Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town, for example, located about 50 quilômetrosde Tokyo, is a whole city planned to work intelligently. In Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan's largest higher education institution dedicated to science and technology, with more than 130 years, the winning group will talk to students and teachers. And the Toyota Kaikan Museum, next to the factory headquarters in Nagoya, Brazilians will have contact with new models and technologies.


Dates and hours

Open Monday to Saturday, 9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays and Toyota's company holidays. 


Open dates and hours are subject to change. Please refer to the top page of this site.
Wi-Fi

Free public Wi-Fi is available.
Parking

Visitors coming by chartered bus are required to make a reservation given the limited capacity of parking. Reservations are not necessary for individual visitors.
Foods and beverages

Food and beverages are not permitted in the exhibition areas. Please use the cafe or restaurant inside the Museum.
Photographs

Photographs and video may be taken in the Museum except in Toyota Theater.
Persons wishing to take photographs for special purposes such as media coverage must receive prior permission. Please contact us by phone at +81 565 29 3345.

Pets

Pets are not allowed to enter the Museum excluding guide dogs. 


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Wheelchair Access 

Parking

Seven easy-accessibility parking spots are available. Access from the parking spots to the Museum is free of steps. Visitors who wish to use parking spaces for buses are required to make a reservation at least two weeks prior to the visit. +81 565 29 3345







Two spots in front of the Museum. 

Five spots in a multistory parking garage. 

Passage from multiple parking garage to the Museum. 

Elevator

An elevator is available. Please inquire at the reception area.
Toilets

A handicap accessible toilet is available.
Free Wheelchairs

Three wheelchairs are available free of charge. Please inquire at the reception area.

Nursery 

Feeding Room / Changing Station / Stroller for Infants

There are rooms for giving babies milk and changing diapers. Strollers are also available free of charge.










Hot water dispenser is available. 

Shop 

A variety of automotive-themed goods are available from the Toyota Kaikan Museum Shop on the second-floor, including Toyota Partner Robots related items, plastic models, and miniature toy cars.













Fonte: @edisonmariotti #edisonmariotti


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Os estudantes do Distrito Federal, Goias, Brasil e o Museum Toyota Kaikan, Tóquio;

Ganhadores do Desafio Universitário 2015 viajam em missão ao Japão

Os integrantes do segundo e do terceiro lugares vão a Florianópolis, onde serão feitas visitas técnicas a empresas de seguimentos diversos.

A partir da capital do Japão, serão visitados vários centros de referência em inovação e empreendedorismo, entre eles: parque temático Mega Web, Museum Toyota Kaikan, Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town, Instituto de Tecnologia de Tóquio, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, Sony Explora Science, Toshiba Science Museum, Panasonic Science e Museu Nacional de Ciência e Inovação.

A Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town, por exemplo, localizada a cerca de 50 quilômetrosde Tóquio, é uma cidade toda planejada para funcionar de forma inteligente. No Instituto de Tecnologia de Tóquio, a maior instituição de ensino superior do Japão dedicada à ciência e tecnologia, com mais de 130 anos, o grupo vencedor conversará com alunos e professores. E no Museum Toyota Kaikan, próximo à sede da fábrica, em Nagoya, os brasileiros terão contato com novos modelos e tecnologias.

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