Mega Web

As Toyota's very own car theme park, Mega Web offers visitors the opportunity to try out new vehicles, while finding out a bit more about what is currently the largest automaker in the world.

The Toyota City Showcase zone displays 60 of the latest Toyota cars, including new hybrid versions, plus a 1.3-km driving course where you can test drive any model — provided you have an international or Japanese driving license. Failing that, you could visit the Waku-Doki zone and try zipping through a simulated race track, or join the kids at the Ride Studio, which has a 230-meter course and mini cars that don't require driving experience. Even infants can get their hands on the wheel at Ride Studio's special Petit Ride One course.

If you're not a huge Toyota fan, the History Garage zone is still a car-fanatics dream, housing a historic car collection of 1950s to 1970s models, an observation space where you can watch a mechanic restoring classic vehicles, a go-kart course, exhibition area, cafe, and shelves of car-related books and models.
Various events are also held at the space, check the website for more details.

In line with the nationwide state of emergency declared on April 16, the government is strongly requesting that residents stay at home whenever possible and refrain from visiting bars, restaurants, music venues and other public spaces.