List of Aerospace Museums - Japan

Japan

  • Tokorozawa Aviation Museum, Tokorozawa, Saitama
  • Museum of Aeronautical Sciences, Shibayama, Chiba
  • Kakamigahara Air Museum, Kakamigahara
  • Modern Transportation Museum, Osaka

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