To all the fans of the zoom-zoom brand, the Mazda Museum in Hiroshima, Japan is definitely a must-see, and now there’s a way for fans to see it even if they can’t make it out to Hiroshima or just to lazy to leave the house.
Mazda and Google Maps Street View have teamed up to offer everybody with an internet connection the chance to take a virtual trip to the Mazda Museum located in Hiroshima, Japan.
The museum at the automaker’s Hiroshima headquarters, was opened in 1994 and was renovated in 2005. Five areas of the museum have been digitally mapped by Google – the Entrance Hall, the History and Future areas as well as the Technology and Rotary Engine exhibits.
The History exhibit lets visitors explore some of Mazda’s most legendary cars such as the Mazda Cosmo Sport (110S) from the 1960s, RX-7s from the 1970s and 80s, and the original Mazda MX-5 roadster that went on to become one of the most popular two-seat sportscars in history.