The Home Page provides the chronological review about development of Japanese industry and technology and author’s visit reports of industrial museums in Japan
Recent Museum and Historic Site Reports
This section shows the on-site reports on the industrial museums
♣ Recent visit reports (Industrial Museum)
This section shows the visit reports on the Industrial World Heritage associated with Japan’s industrial technology modernization in the Meiji Period
♥ The Major Japanese Science and Industrial Museums (Tentative- more report will be coming )
♥ Other Industrial Museums previously introduced which have refered in theo “Guide” and “List” of museum in Japan
♣ Time Line View of Japanese Industrial Technology
This Corner shows how Automobile and Electrical Industry developed in Japan with historical viewpoint
The Automotive industry is one of the most important and largest industries in Japan, and it is known in the world of its technology of high quality, safe and energy saving. This corner shows how Japanese automobile industries have developed in history with chronology data..
This corner shows a visual overview of the development of Japanese electric and machinery industry. The illustrated data will outline of the development process of electric and machinery industries in Japan over the decades.
♣ Guide to the Science Museum and Industrial Heritage
This corner shows the major industrial museums and industrial heritages in Japan.
- Industrial Museums
In Japan, there are a considerable number of industrial technology-related museums which are run by private companies and local governments. This section introduce the major Science Museums in Japan and invite you to visit the actual sites.
Recently several Japanese industrial sites are designate by UNESCO as World Industrial Heritages. This corner will introduce these industrial heritages which seem to be important to look over the Japanese modernization process and industrial technology development. (Note: this corner is still preliminary data but plan to expand it in near future)
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