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Numata Memorial Hall & Mitutoyo Museum
Numata Memorial Hall & Mitutoyo Museum

Mitutoyo Museum of Measurment (Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa pref.)
A unique museum of precision measurement consisting of the Numata Commemorative Hall and the Measuring Instrument Hall. The former traces the history of Mitutoyo since its establishment in 1934, while the latter features the evolution of precision measurement around the globe. The items in the museum’s collection have been certified by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as forming part of the nation’s Heritage of Industrial Modernization (industry in the Keihin region).
Numata Commemorative Hall
A history museum for measuring instruments. Numerous instruments are on display, as well as documents featuring the philosophy and history of Mitutoyo, which extends back more than 80 years. The majority of the some 2,500 items in this facility are actual objects providing important historical evidence.
Model of Kamata Plant at time of company's establishment
Model of Kamata Plant at time of company's establishment

Measuring Instrument Hall
An internationally unique industrial museum that features the origins and evolution of precision measuring instruments around the world. It displays important items from its collection of measuring tools, related technical materials, photographs, books, catalogs and so on, from around the globe dating from the 19th century. There is also a section that lets visitors try their hand at precision measuring.
The world's precision measuring tools
The world's precision measuring tools



Utsunomiya Operationts’ History Museum
This museum was established to preserve the major products of the Utsunomiya Operations as historical legacies. It displays major products from this plant, which was established in 1944, along with the historically significant transformations they have undergone since then, as well as important facts about Mitutoyo. There is also a section that lets visitors try their hand at precision measuring.
A1CMM (left) and early caliper (right)
A1CMM (left) and early caliper (right)