Museum TourOur museum staff will guide you on an enjoyable visit, ranging from an exhibit with household appliances and cassette tape players from a previous era to a cutting-edge digital theater and a restaurant that serves meals made from local ingredients.
Pepper will greet you in the Akita dialect!
Household electrical goods of the past are on display at the History Zone
Learn about the history of magnetism and the origins of TDK
Learn from illustrative panels about key historical research and discoveries in electricity and magnetism and about the origins of TDK and its successive presidents.
TDK was the top name in cassette tapes!
Is any particular product familiar to you?
The recording media manufactured by TDK over the years are all displayed on one wall, from cassette tapes to MD disks and other recording media. Some people are excited to find the exact product they once used!
From radio-cassette players to game machines!
play with consumer electronics of an earlier age!
Record your voice on a cassette deck or listen to music on a music player, or handle cassette tapes. You can even play with familiar game machines of the past.
The microscopic world of 0.1 mm
see what TDK components live inside of home appliances.
Take a look inside a smartphone and other common devices that house TDK products. How are such tiny electronic components arranged inside?
Listen to sounds coming
from the table
At this display corner, you can listen to sounds coming from different parts of a screen. TDK’s piezo speakers are the secret—among the thinnest in the world.
Future Zone, where the world of magnetism becomes visible
Try out Einstein’s only published
experiment for yourself.
The Electronics and Spintronics exhibit is a test device that visually demonstrates how a fundamental concept in electronics works.
A bus of the future charges
while in motion
At Future Town 2035, see how a bus runs on a road that provides wireless power transfer.
Try to smile 100%!
A smart mirror calculates your estimated age, smile level, estimated sex, heart rate and blink frequency. See if you can smile 100%!
A theater experience in collaboration with teamLab
TeamLab helps show the world of magnetism in space, on Earth, and in electronics. The motions of magnetism were reproduced under the supervision of an expert.
Play with electronic toys—popular with kids!
At the Future Lab, electronic items made using a 3D printer are on display. You can touch and move them in this display corner.
Only at the TDK Museum!
Cassette tape capsule toy vending machine
Have lunch at the restaurant with a sea view
Enjoy lunch at the TDK
When you get hungry, lunch is available at the adjacent TDK Guest House. The Yuri Beef set is popular. After the meal, take a sea-view stroll outside on the museum property.