Pretty much all of Coca-Cola’s Japanese bottling plants offer a guided tour and/or gift shops, mini-museums, restaurants, or other special facilities for visitors.
The Coca-Cola West bottling plant in Ebino City, Miyazaki Prefecture, has something a little special for both Coca-Cola and sign enthusiasts: A gallery of vintage Coca-Cola memorabilia dating back to the early 1900s!
Much of the memorabilia in this collection is American, but there is Japanese Coca-Cola memorabilia – including electric and neon signs – dating back to 1957, when Coca-Cola began their Japanese operations.
According to the Ebino plant’s website (see below), entrance to the gallery is free and the gallery is open on Tuesdays-Sundays from 9:30 am to 5 pm.
https://www.ccbji.co.jp/plant/ebino.php (Homepage – Japanese language only)
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