On May 23, the Mazda Museum in Hiroshima, Japan, will reopen its doors to visitors after a thorough renovation. The aim of the work was to bring the viewer of the exhibits into closer contact with the brand. Mazda can look back on more than 100 years of company history. The museum now presents this in a noble dark ambience. Its monotone color scheme of black and white is only interrupted by the colorful exhibits and special areas in wood. A total of ten different exhibition areas deal with different topics of the brand. For example, they deal with the early years of Mazda, motorsports, or the vision for the next 100 years.
In the entrance hall, visitors can rest and look at the latest model series. Next to that, the popular factory tours of the neighboring vehicle production start here. There is also an online museum, which is currently only available in Japanese. An English-language version will follow shortly. Drone images and a separate section for children make this web offering particularly interesting. In this way, you can take a look at the newly renovated company museum even without flying to faraway Japan. Only the museum store at the end of the tour cannot be visited in this way.