The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Machine Tools
The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Machine Tools exhibits traditional machine tools in working condition, as well as industrial products including a steam locomotive, automobiles and aircraft. This experience-based museum provides a place for the education of children, as well as exhibitions and experience area of AI. This museum is 11 meters below from the ground and the temperature of the underground museum is maintained by using geothermal energy which provides sustainable energy savings.
The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art
The collection of The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art is composed of artworks from the Old Masters of the French Rococo period, Romanticism, Neo-Classicism , Realism, Impressionism, the Ecole de Paris, and others. Visitors are presented a timeline of French art which encompasses 200 years, from the 18th to the 20th century. This is the only museum of its type in Japan, with elegantly designed exhibition rooms and beautiful interior decoration, providing wide spaces in order to invoke each historical era for the visitor, as well as allowing visitors to enjoy French art to their hearts’ content in the atmosphere of the "salons." Furthermore, the Mazak Machine Tool Gallery is located on the 1st floor of the office tower next to the Museum.You can see the history of machine tools, machine-tool components, as well as the latest machine tools there.
Almost 5 years were required to faithfully restore this priceless old residence on the banks of the Kiso River in Inuyama (it was originally located in Nagoya and moved to this location). It is situated in a very peaceful location in the Kiso Quasi-National Park on the Kiso River.
The Villa Yamazaki guesthouse for visitors to Yamazaki Mazak is located in an area with natural surroundings of exceptional beauty in the Kiso Quasi-National Park. Guests can enjoy contemporary lodging conveniences, carefully and thoughtfully combined with traditional Japanese amenities such as an open-air bath.
Crescent Valley Country Club Minokamo
The golf course is designed by Mr. Seve Ballesteros, one of the most famous golf players in the world. The clubhouse is built in the British Georgian style.