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Toyoyama-Town Aichi Museum of Flight

  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight

Aichi Museum of Flight, Experience The Proud History of Aichi's Aerospace Technology

Development and production of Japan’s aerospace industry has long been centered in the advanced manufacturing hub of Aichi Prefecture.
One of the world’s greatest propeller driven fighter aircraft, the formidable Mitsubishi Zero was built in Aichi, along with a number of other wartime aircraft. Many of Japan’s Self Defense Forces’ jet and turboprop aircraft including helicopters are built and maintained in Aichi, where the nation’s first 100% designed and built helicopter, the MH2000 was created. Module parts of the International Space Station, satellite launch rockets and other space hardware is also made in Aichi.

Aichi Museum of Flight

In 2005, the current Centerair International Airport was completed and commenced operations, and so the former Nagoya International Airport became known as Nagoya Airfield or Komaki Airport. The former International Terminal was revitalized becoming the popular Airport Walk Nagoya shopping complex and the nearby Mitsubishi aircraft assembly plant became the fascinating Mitsubishi SpaceJet Museum.

Aichi Museum of Flight

Aichi Museum of Flight

Complimenting this is the Aichi Museum of Flight featuring displays of retired civil and military prop planes, jets and helicopters, along with a range of entertaining and educational aeronautical attractions including flight simulators.

Aichi Museum of Flight

Opened in 2017 the Aichi Museum of Flight consists of a huge hangar-like building housing a wide range of actual aircraft. Highlights include one of the very few remaining WWII Mitsubishi Zero Fighters, also a YS-11, 1960’s era Japanese made turboprop airliner, and the MH2000, the first 100% Japanese designed and produced helicopter. There’s an MU-2, a high-wing twin-engine turboprop made by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries between 1963 and 1986, a Mitsubishi Hawker 400 jet, a former Metropolitan Police Puma helicopter, and a range of various historical aircraft. Another section contains over 100 scale models of various aircraft produced in Japan.

Aichi Museum of Flight

Other facilities include the Science Laboratory, Orientation Theater, rooftop Observation Deck, shops and much more, all conceived to educate and nurture the dreams of the next generation of aerospace engineers and pilots.

SpaceJet Museum & Airport Walk Nagoya Mall

The Aichi Museum of Flight is just a short walk from the Airport Walk Nagoya mall featuring a wide array of non-aviation variety and specialist shops, cafes and restaurants built within the former airports’ renovated international terminal and featuring a wide array of shops, restaurants, cafés and entertainment areas. Another popular attraction is the former MRJ, now renamed the SpaceJet Museum, dedicated to the technical development and manufacturing of the exciting Mitsubishi regional SpaceJet aircraft program, Japan’s first commercial jet airliner project.

  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight
  • Aichi Museum of Flight

SPOT OVERVIEW

Location : 〒480-0202
Toyoyama-cho, Nishikasugai-gun, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(inside Nagoya Airfield)
Fee : •Individual Admission
-Junior High and Elementary School students 500 yen
-University and Senior High School students 800 yen
-Others 1,000 yen

•Group Admission (20 guests or more)
-Junior High and Elementary School students 400yen
-University and Senior High School students 640 yen
-Others 800 yen
Opening
days / hours
: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (last admission 4:30 PM)
*: Groups of 10 or more guests are able to request opening as early as 9:00 AM upon reservation. Please see "Flexible Morning Admission" elsewhere in this page.
Parking : Available, paid (200 yen/car/hour)
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Tuesdays (the next day in case Tuesday coincides with a holiday), December 31st, January 1st
*: Opens everyday in August.
*: May close under extreme weather or other unexpected conditions.
Phone number : 0568-39-0283 (Aichi Flight Museum)
*: 9:30 AM to 16:30 PM (Closed on Tuesdays)
Flexible Morning Admission : Groups of 10 or more guests, students and other educational groups are able to request admission up to 30min prior to the regular opening time, entering as early as 9:00 AM. Requires reservations to be made at least 2 weeks in advance. This allows tourists and students to make the museum their first destination in the mornings and helps with schedule optimization. Please inquire for further details.

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    -From Nishiharu Station of the Meitetsu Nagoya Line, take the Meitetsu Bus bound for Nagoya Airfield (Nagoya Kuko 名古屋空港) and alight at Airport Walk or;
    -From either Nagoya Station or Oasis 21 Bus Terminal (Sakae, downtown Nagoya), take the Direct Shuttle Bus bound for Nagoya Airfield (approx. 20 min. ride).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 6 min. (1.7km) eastwards from Toyoyama-Minami Exit of the Nagoya Expressway R11 Komaki Route via routes 41, 62 and 447.

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