Do you remember the excitement you felt when you learned to ride a bicycle?
Probably, you tried many times, and when you finally learned how to ride it, you must have felt it thrilling to fly along on a bicycle. You must have also felt as if the bicycle were part of your own body.
In Japanese, we call a bicycle "jitensha," which literally means "wheels rotated by oneself." This means a bicycle is operated by the rider and that there are as many ways of enjoying cycling as there are riders.
We truly hope that the exhibits at this museum will offer various new ideas to enrich your daily life.