The Yanmar Museum Welcomes 100,000th Visitor
February 25, 2014
Yanmar Co., Ltd.
The Yanmar Museum was established in March 2013 in Nagahama, Japan, birthplace of our founder, Magokichi Yamaoka, as part of Yanmar’s undertakings that marked a century of operations.
Focusing on the Yanmar Group’s three business domains of the land, the sea and the city, the Museum showcases Yanmar’s enterprise, working in harmony with nature in the fields of food production and harnessing power. The Museum is based around the concept of imparting a lasting and unique experience to visitors through rich and varied exhibits, workshops and hands-on farming programs.
In the 11 months since its establishment, it has seen visitors from all around Japan and the world and recently, the Museum welcomed its 100,000th guest, a family from Kyoto. Yanmar would like to use this opportunity to thank the local community as well as all those who have visited for contributing to making it into an interactive Museum where entertainment meets education.
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Public Relations Group
General Affairs Dept., Yanmar Co., Ltd.