Visit Mazda’s Hiroshima Museum virtually with Google Street View

Mazda Museum Hiroshima

If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to visit the Mazda Museum at the company’s headquarters in Hiroshima, Japan, now is your chance. Mazda has made the entire facility tourable on Google Maps. You can see its collection of wonderful cars from Carol to Cosmo, and even get close enough to read some of the placards.

Five areas and two floors of the museum are visible: the Entrance Hall, exhibits about the company’s History and Future, as well as displays about Mazda’s Technology and its Rotary Engine. Click around on the interactive map below the fold to navigate your way around. It’s the next best thing to being there.

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7 Responses to Visit Mazda’s Hiroshima Museum virtually with Google Street View

  1. Geoff says:

    i LOVE the interior of that SA22C!! plaid FTW

  2. cesariojpn says:

    Will the view include carjacking, people selling drugs, and a broken down Mazda Miata on cinder blocks like in many Google Street View pictures?

  3. Ryan says:

    Fantastic! I have been bitter I missed it during my last trip,

    Tip: Museum is closed on Saturdays!

  4. yafet says:

    woooow_ amazing.. I love mazda museum- any car museum can travelled by this fiture?

  5. Tyler says:

    Ok, I’m gonna check this out and probably love it, but have to ask…

    Is Zama next? 🙂

  6. Deni Patriawardhana says:

    i have mazda Luce 130 Luce 1969. I need some Parts . like a grill< engine 13 A + gearbox ? tq

  7. Tim says:

    This also works in the Toyota Museum and the Honda Museum. I highly recommend you check them out sometime.

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