AMADA MUSEUM Opens

Preserving the Founder's Spirit and History of Metal Processing

AMADA HOLDINGS CO., LTD. (President: Tsutomu ISOBE) is pleased to announce April 18 (Wed), an opening ceremony was held for the "AMADA Museum," established within the Isehara works to preserve AMADA Group history as a metalworking machinery manufacturer in commemoration of the 70th anniversary.

Appearance of AMADA MUSEUM
Appearance of AMADA MUSEUM

The museum was established to make our Management Philosophy "Growing Together with Our Customers" and continuous commitment to supporting the manufacturing (Monozukuri) industry widely known to customers and people concerned. The museum displays our metal processing machinery, which had been used for generations, including a lathe that was used by the founder Isamu Amada, who started a mechanical repair factory alone. The exhibition also gives simple introductions, using projection mapping and audio guides, to technical innovations that marked turning points in our business development, together with our contribution to industrial advances and social development. This is the first permanent exhibition place for the AMADA Group where all the major metal processing machinery is assembled in one place.

As our corporate activities expand globally, we, as a unique Japanese company, would like to welcome customers with elaborate Japanese style architecture and a traditional Japanese garden.

AMADA HOLDINGS CO., LTD. (President: Tsutomu ISOBE) is pleased to announce April 18 (Wed), an opening ceremony was held for the "AMADA Museum," established within the Isehara works to preserve AMADA Group history as a metalworking machinery manufacturer in commemoration of the 70th anniversary.

Appearance of AMADA MUSEUM
Appearance of AMADA MUSEUM

The museum was established to make our Management Philosophy "Growing Together with Our Customers" and continuous commitment to supporting the manufacturing (Monozukuri) industry widely known to customers and people concerned. The museum displays our metal processing machinery, which had been used for generations, including a lathe that was used by the founder Isamu Amada, who started a mechanical repair factory alone. The exhibition also gives simple introductions, using projection mapping and audio guides, to technical innovations that marked turning points in our business development, together with our contribution to industrial advances and social development. This is the first permanent exhibition place for the AMADA Group where all the major metal processing machinery is assembled in one place.

As our corporate activities expand globally, we, as a unique Japanese company, would like to welcome customers with elaborate Japanese style architecture and a traditional Japanese garden.

Outline of Facility

NameAMADA MUSEUM
AddressIshida 200, Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan
Site area2,390㎡(building), 1,873㎡(main garden)
Exhibition detail
  • A fire-charred lathe that was used at the time of foundation in 1946.
  • The successive machines include a laser processing machine used in sheetmetal processing, which was commercialized for the first time in Japan.
  • History Wall where AMADA Group's corporate history and associated background of the periods are explained.
  • A miniature model and images showing the current global network of the AMADA Group and its domestic business sites.
  • Visual experience of future Monozukuri that the AMADA Group is aiming for.

Exhibition Room: a lathe that survived the war
Exhibition Room: a lathe that survived the war

  • Name
    AMADA MUSEUM
  • Address
    Ishida 200, Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan
  • Site area
    2,390㎡(building), 1,873㎡(main garden)
  • Exhibition detail
    • A fire-charred lathe that was used at the time of foundation in 1946.
    • The successive machines include a laser processing machine used in sheetmetal processing, which was commercialized for the first time in Japan.
    • History Wall where AMADA Group's corporate history and associated background of the periods are explained.
    • A miniature model and images showing the current global network of the AMADA Group and its domestic business sites.
    • Visual experience of future Monozukuri that the AMADA Group is aiming for.

Exhibition Room: a lathe that survived the war
Exhibition Room: a lathe that survived the war

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