Someone better at deciphering please look at this:
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/life/trend/091 ... 015-n1.htm
(Story dated October 3, 2009)
As best I can tell, this is some kind of shop that caters to Golden Age post-WWII era Japanese culture (Showa 30-50?), located in "Odaiba Mall"(?), and they have an extensive display of tin cars, as well as reproductions that are for sale. They describe it as a "theme park" (everything with a display case in Japan is called a theme park, but this one looks like it has some interesting stuff like a full sized bubble car and the award blocks from a past Olympics). I think it says
They list off some cars specifically:
"Toyota Crown, Nissan Cedric, Bellett Isuzu and Daihatsu Midget tricycle"
There seems to be some mention of a display that ends on October 25th. This may be a car display within a retro themed shopping mall.