History Garage

December 06, 2008

History Garage

On Friday I had to go to Tokyo to renew my Visa, and afterward there was a little extra time so we headed to our favorite hang out spot, Odaiba. While there, I decided to take a quick walk through the Toyota History Garage to see if they had added anything interesting since my last visit.

There wasn’t anything really new, but the History Garage is always a cool place to kill some time.

Sports800, Mazda Cosmo, 2000GT etc.

Beauty.

They had a cool display on ’70s and ’80s super cars. Love the colors here.

The 10-year old boy in me is pleased.

See the USA in your Chevrolet.

Wait, what kind of car is this?

Tomorrow, it’s off to Yokohama for the MOONEYES show. Can’t wait.

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This is the first time for me to post a comment.

I visited to the Toyota History Garage only once, when I went to Odaiba on a highschool excursion 2 years ago.

I slipped out of classmates because nobody loved a car in my class.

I am a student of Hokkaido University now.

I found this blog when I was looking for pictures of KP61 Starlet.

I like old cars that manufactured in 20th Century and own a BNR32 Skyline GT-R.

I’m deeply impreesed with your photographs, so I want to see more.

I’m sorry for my poor English. I will check this blog offen.

Thank you.

Posted by: yamauchi | December 08, 2008 at 09:29 AM

That 2000GT is drop dead gorgeous! And I agree, your photography is most excellent.

Posted by: Johnny Rumble | December 08, 2008 at 11:15 AM

Happy to see you posting again.

I love History Garage and the Grease shops, even if I don’t buy anything.

I hope you’ll post something on the MOONEYES Show (hint hint).

Posted by: Toyotageek | December 12, 2008 at 10:20 PM

2000gt and countach together. wow, such odd opposing cars but look so great. both classics.

i love your blog, but more hi-res! i would love to make these my background.

Posted by: denny | December 13, 2008 at 01:24 AM

Hey, awesome blog 🙂

I can’t be sure, but I think that the last car might be one of the first Nissan Skylines

Posted by: Andrew J | February 25, 2009 at 09:46 PM

I visited History Garage recently (May 2009) and I liked it verry much.

A detailed pictural Report you’ll find here:

http://www.carsablanca.de/Blechgeschichten/toyota-history-garage-odaiba-tokyo-mega-web/pkabel

Obviously there is constant change in the exebition.

Posted by: Peter | June 14, 2009 at 02:06 PM

great photos and awe inspiring blog, wish to see more of em and why dont you like make your own fan site where we can add photos and like chit chat online about them autos, like a facebook for carlovers. haha. anyway im just posting to tell you that the last car at the bottom ryt after the USA chevrolet and the neon diablo wud be the grandfather “skyline” from nissan. remember the R30++ of this generation? that car is the start of the bloodline. nyway just a friendly hint. :j keep it up and gb

Posted by: jin | August 30, 2009 at 08:32 AM

da last car down da end is not an R series skyline, its the nissan skyline C-10 GT-R, the first ever GT-R dat came into production and i tink da first dat had a turbo, but she was defo da first eva GT-R model of da skyline, sum, skylines for life dudes simple as.

Posted by: ronan | September 05, 2009 at 08:08 PM

Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch because I found it for hi