Located inside the Kobe Maritime Museum, the Kawasaki Good Times World is museum run by the Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) Group, a company with an illustrious history spanning over 120 years.
By offering visitors a chance to see and touch examples of the KHI Group’s land, sea and air products, the goal of the museum is to help visitors appreciate the superb technology and craftsmanship that goes into creating Kawasaki products.
Inside the museum visitors will also find a motorcycle gallery, an exhibition of products by Kawasaki’s Motorcycle & Engine Company.
Should you find yourself in the area, the museum is definitely worth a visit.
Designed to let visitors experience RIDEOLOGY, the development philosophy behind Kawasaki motorcycles, the motorcycle gallery features motorcycle displays as well as experience corners.
Special exhibits and events are on a given theme are also often shown.
From legendary Kawasaki models that were the pioneers of their time, to race machines that brought glory to the Kawasaki brand, a large number of motorcycles are on display.
To better illustrate Kawasaki’s latest flagship, the Ninja H2R / Ninja H2, strip model and cut engine displays have also been prepared.
*Display models may change without notice.
Visitors are able to sit on actual Kawasaki motorcycles and off-road 4-wheelers.
While watching a curved screen showing circuit footage, this simulator gives visitors the impression of riding a Ninja ZX-10R on the track.
*There is a minimum height requirement.
Special themed exhibits and events are held in the Kobe Maritime Museum’s large hall. These events are often a chance to see rare models or materials. Some of the events feature invited guests and feature talk shows and autograph sessions.
*Special exhibits/events are held irregularly.