YANMAR Museum Welcomes 200,000th Visitor
April 8, 2015
Yanmar Co., Ltd.
As part of YANMAR’s undertakings in 2012 that celebrated a century of operations, the company established the YANMAR Museum in Nagahama, Japan, the birthplace of the company’s founder, Magokichi Yamaoka. In the two years since its opening in March 2013, visitors from around Japan and the world have enjoyed the museum, and on April 8, 2015, the museum welcomed its 200,000th guest, a family from Gifu Prefecture.
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 with the goal of mixing entertainment with education.
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Public Relations Group
General Affairs Div., YANMAR Co., Ltd.