Shimano Bicycle Museum

The Bicycle Museum Cycle Center (Daisennakamachi, Sakai-ku) has moved, expanding to 3.5 times the floor space and becoming the Shimano Bicycle Museum. It opened in Minamikoyocho, Sakai-ku, Sakai on March 25, 2022.

Taking as its theme the beginnings, spread, and future of bicycles, this is the only museum in Japan to be packed with the appeal of bicycles for the enjoyment of everyone from children to adults. The museum features dynamic displays of a wide selection of bicycles, including some of the oldest in the world and some other incredibly unique examples, and features various ideas in order to help visitors learn about the history and culture of bicycles, as well as to rediscover their environmental value. The experience zone on the first floor, which is free, allows for a casual dive into the relationship between Sakai and the bicycle.
Events for the museum are also held at the Bicycle Plaza in Daisen Park. Note that the plaza is only open when a bicycle event is being held. Please see the Shimano Bicycle Museum official website for more details.


2-2-1, Minamikoyocho, Sakai-ku, Sakai


Alight at Sakai Higashi Station on the Nankai Koya Line, a 5-minute walk from the North-West Exit


General admission 500 yen, groups (20 people or more) 400 yen, high school / college students 200 yen, groups (20 or more) 150 yen, free for junior high school students and younger / individuals 65 years or older / disabled individuals and one care giver.

Working Hours

10:00 - 16:30 (last entry 16:00)

Regular holidays etc.

Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, we are closed on Tuesday.), year-end and New Year holidays


No parking available. Please use public transport or nearby paid parking. *For those coming to the Bicycle Plaza (inside Daisen Park) by car, the Daisen Park 2nd Parking Lot(P2) (Uenoshiba Parking Lot) is conveniently located. (Maximum of 600 yen per day)


Facility Name

Shimano Bicycle Museum

Telephone Number
FAX Number +81-72-221-3197