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Soichiro Honda Craftsmanship Center

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Soichiro Honda (1906-1991), born in Tenryu City, was the founder of the Honda Motor Company. At this facility, visitors are introduced to Soichiro's personality and way of life, and also his spirit of craftsmanship. Honda's many innovations including engines and motorbikes, are on display here.


Business HoursBusiness hours: 10:00-16:30. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays (when either is a national holiday the center is open but Wednesday it's closed), and during the New Year's season.
Address1112 Futamata, Futamata, Tenryu, Hamamatsu
AccessBy car: 10 minutes from the Shin Tomei Expressway (Hamamatsu Hamakita Interchange). By train: 10 minutes on foot from Futamata-Honmachi Station (Tenryu Hamanako Railway).
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