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A space that presents the past, present and future of the Yamaha Motor group

What is the Communication Plaza?
The concept behind the facility.
Index of housed collection items.
July 9 (Sun.) - Weekend of Music - July Concert
We hope this will be an opportunity to fully enjoy the appeal of the adult oriented rock (AOR) music that gained popularity from the 1970s into the 1980s.
June 24 (Sat.) - Weekend of Music - June Concert Part 2
The parent and child duo will play a selection of popular Japanese Pops pieces and music from Ghibli films. We hope you enjoy the powerful sound of the trumpet and the gentle tones of the piano.
June 10 (Sat.) - Weekend of Music - June Concert Part 1
On June 10 (Sat.), three artists perform music from Studio Ghibli films selected on the theme of “Let’s meet at Fukai no Mori” that are sure to delight young and old, male and female.
The Logic Driving Yamaha Motor Design
This special exhibition traces the history of Yamaha Motor Design in search of the ongoing legacy of design logic that has been passed down to today.
Exhibition: The Bellies of Beasts — Yamaha Factory Racebikes Go Vertical
From June 14 (Tue.), the Communication Plaza will open a special exhibition in the Racing History Zone on the 2nd floor called “The Bellies of Beasts — Yamaha Factory Racebikes Go Vertical.”
Yamaha’s Casting Technology
This exhibit features the YZF-R1 and MT-09 as examples and introduces the standout points of Yamaha Motor’s casting technology.
What Kind of Rider Do You Want to Be?
Scooters and Cruisers
The Lifestyle Display Area on the 1st floor features displays of various Yamaha products set in attractive or familiar scenes symbolic of our desire to deliver Kando and a more fulfilling lifestyle to people everywhere.
Digital Library
An archive of vintage videos and Yamaha Motor publications.

Access Map

Access Map

Communication Plaza
2500 Shingai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka, Japan

By Car:

  • Tomei Expressway: 5 km from Iwata Exit, 6.5 km from Fukuroi Exit
  • Shin-Tomei Expressway: 17.5 km from Mori-Kakegawa Exit, 19 km from Hamamatsu-Hamakita Exit
  • Iwata Bypass: 2 km from Iwai Exit

From Mikuriya Station on the JR Tokaido Line:

  • By taxi
    - About 5 min. ride
  • By foot
    - About 15 min. (1.2 km)

From Iwata Station on the JR Tokaido Line:

  • By bus
    - Bus #25 at pole #1, get off at “Yamaha Hatsudouki” – 2 min. walk
    - Bus #27 at pole #1, get off at “Nishikaizuka Kita” – 12 min. walk
  • By taxi
    - About 10 min. ride (4.5 km)
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