Nasu Classic Car Museum, Nasu, Japan


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July 15, 2019


February 9, 2018

General information

Website in Japanese only, apart from the menu.

An incredible collection including:

  • 1901 De Dion Bouton
  • 1930 MG – EX120
  • 1933 Rolls Royce 2025 Sports Saloon
  • 1923 Ford T Limousine

Also a selection of Motorbikes from 1924-1977.

Photo taken from the museum home page:

If the image is blurry, we are awaiting images from the Museum.

Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 51-100, Car Inventory link
Motorcycles & Bikes: 1-25, Inventory link

General Museum Links

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Comments: Number of items on display not verified.

Services / Facilities:
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Museum Contact Info

Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Form: No information available

Getting to the Museum

Address: 5705 Takakuko, 325-0304, Nasu, Japan, Asia
Coordinates: 37.026316, 140.033654

Detailed Map


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