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

Notices and Events

What is the Communication Plaza?
The concept behind the facility.
Index of housed collection items.
[Event] May Mini-Concerts
On May 28 (Sat.), four pairs of musicians—103 (Tou-san), Jung Frau, Light♪Harmony, Rippletone—that play live at events primarily in western Shizuoka Prefecture will hold a series of small concerts at the Plaza. The next day on May 29 (Sun.), Humei, a quartet that plays the erhu traditional Chinese stringed instrument, will hold a live performance. Both events are free to attend and require no reservation, so we hope to see you there!
#FOREVR46 Exhibition
Sixteen YZR-M1 racebikes are currently on display at the Plaza as a show of our heartfelt gratitude for a wonderful partnership with Valentino Rossi, who was a Yamaha rider for 16 years. From the incredible reception the exhibition has enjoyed, the Plaza has decided to extend the display period to June 12 (Sun.).
LMWs – The History and Growth of the Category
This exhibits introduces the history behind Yamaha’s LMWs and the category’s growth toward the future through various products, design sketches and more.
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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