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Dedicated to the concept of
Feel of automobiles, Mega Web is Toyota’s automobile theme park in Tokyo's Odaiba’s Palette Town shopping complex. Designed to entertain families, couples, and friends, this immersive themed-park offers an impressive array of rides, racing simulators, an immersive movie theater, and car exhibits for guests of all ages.
Mega Web is split into 3 sections, the Toyota City Showcase, the History Garage, and the Ride Studio. Each section offers guests an interesting set of attractions to enjoy, from the expansive show rooms to the exhibits of cars from the past. Even if you aren't a fan of classic cars or racing, Mega Web is a fun way to learn more about the future of cars and the rich history of automobiles all around the world.
Located on the First and Second floors of Mega Web, the Toyota City Showcase highlights Toyota's various programs and goals to help mobilize society. Enjoy navigating through fun exhibits and hands-on experiences showcasing the future of transportation technology. The Toyota City Showcase includes the Line-up Zone featuring the latest Toyota products on the market, a Car Consultation Counter to learn more about the
car life, the GR Zone featuring Toyota's racing department/team, and the Ride One area where guests can try their hand at test driving their favorite Toyota models or concepts on a special 1.3 km course (international drivers license required).
On the Second floor, the Toyota City Showcase exhibits the Toyota X Sports Zone featuring the various Toyota Products used by Paralympic Athletes around the world. This includes Boccia, wheel chair basketball, and hockey. There's also the Technology Zone where guests can learn more about Toyota's future initiatives, concepts, and technologies.
The History Garage is dedicated to all things classic and history. Also split between the first and second floors, the History Garage is home to the Tokyo 1960's and History Garage Collection exhibits. Both attractions feature the classic cars seen in Tokyo during the 60's, as well as the classic automobiles of Toyota between the 50's to 70's. There's also the Motor Sports Heritage exhibit featuring former rally and model cars raced by Toyota.
Before leaving the History Garage, take a peak into the Corridor featuring a wine-cellar atmosphere flooded with books, posters, and other information on classic cars. Be sure to stop by the Restore Pit to see a few classic cars go from beat up to classic with the help of Toyota's master mechanics.
Intended to entertain younger guests at Mega Web, the Rise Studio is designed to teach children the fun and safety of driving. The area has multiple driving zones for kids from all ages, ranging from 3-5 for the Petit Ride One, the Pius for children 6-9, and the Camatte for children to ride with their parents. The Rise Studio also includes a E-Kart Ride on a 200-meter track to enjoy a thrilling race with your friends. There's also a Kids Hybrid Corner for small children to learn more about hybrid engine technology. Kids can assemble the cars themselves, a truly interactive experience you won't find anywhere else in Japan.
Interested in exploring the technology and history of Mega Web? Explore this lovely attraction and the rest Odaiba has to offer with a fully-guided vacation package with Japan Deluxe Tours. Don't forget to ask your travel agent about our affordable range of custom private tours to see Mega Web and the rest of Tokyo's top tourist attractions.
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