Toyota – Museu da Indústria e Tecnologia

Bem-vindo ao Musemum Comemorativa Toyota da Indústria e da Tecnologia

Toyota – Museu da Indústria e Tecnologia – Japão

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“This museum was designed to show visitors this type of “making things, through the textile machinery and automobile industries with which the Toyota Group has been involved, and to show the transitions in industry and technology. Este museu foi projetado para mostrar aos visitantes a este tipo de “fazer as coisas, através da maquinaria têxtil e automóvel com o qual o Grupo Toyota esteve envolvido, e para mostrar as transições na indústria e na tecnologia.”

“Tal como muitos como quatro mil peças de exposição – mostra dinâmica de equipamento original, manifestações reais dos operadores, vídeos instrutivos e muito mais. Our exhibitions provide an easy-to-understand introduction to the concept of “making things.” Experience “making things” first hand and discover the wonders of “spirit of being studious and creative.” Nossas exposições proporcionar uma fácil de entender introdução ao conceito de “fazer as coisas.” Experience “fazer coisas” em primeira mão e descobrir as maravilhas do “espírito de ser estudioso e criativo.”

Maquinário de processamento de metal

Ala dos automóveis.

Technoland

Visitors of all ages can have fun while learning about the basic principles and mechanisms of various machines through hands-on experience. There are approximately 25 game machines and apparatus covering 5 themes: the transmission of force, the action of force, the transformation of force, electronics and control, and structure.

A História de Sakichi Toyoda – o inventor japonês.

Sakichi Toyoda: inventor of Japan’s first power loom, the Type G automatic loom and the original circular loom; founder of the Toyota Group; and a major contributor to the development and modernization of Japan’s machine industries. Here, we trace the course of Sakichi’s life. 豊田佐吉写真
Major Events in the Life of Sakichi Toyoda
1867 Born in Shizuoka Prefecture (Yamaguchi-mura, Fuchi-no-kori, Totomi-no-kuni)
1890 Visits National Exhibition of Japan in Tokyo
Invents Toyoda wooden hand loom
1894 Invents yarn winder
1896 Invents Toyoda power loom made of wood and iron
1897 Establishes Okkawa Menpu (Cotton Cloth), where power loom operations start
1899 Establishes lgeta Shokai
1901 Invents warp let-off motion
1902 Establishes Toyoda Shokai ; continuous full-capacity production possible because of wide acceptance of Toyoda power looms
1904 Invents cop-change automatic loom
1906 Invents circular loom
1909 Invents automatic shuttle changer
1910 Visits the U.S. and Europe
1911 Establishes Toyoda Jido Shokufu Kojo
1912 Receives Medal of Honor with Blue Ribbon from the Japanese government
1918 Establishes Toyoda Boshoku
1921 Establishes Toyoda Boshoku Shou Works in Shanghai
1924 Receives second Medal of Honor with Blue Ribbon (with Bar for Additional Services) from the Japanese government
Completes non-stop shuttle change automatic loom, Type G
1925 Donates¥1,000,000 prize money for invention of a storage battery to the Imperial Institute of Invention and Innovation
1926 Establishes Toyoda Jido Shoki Seisakusho (today’s Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.)
Receives Commemorative Imperial Award from the Imperial Institute of Invention and Innovation
1927 Receives Third Class Order of the Sacred Treasure from the Japanese government.
Granted personal audience by His Majesty the Emperor at the Imperial Villa in Nagoya
1929 Transfers patent for automatic loom to Platt Brothers & Co., Ltd. of the U.K.
1930 Dies October 30 ; posthumously awarded the Junior Grade of the Fifth Rank of Honor by the Japanese government
最初の発明写真

無停止自動繊機写真

Faça a visita pelas áreas do museu clicando:

Entrance Lobby
Textile Machinery Pavilion
Demonstration of Metal Processing
Automobile Pavilion
Steam Engine
Technoland
Other Facilities
End of Tour

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