Lexus automobiles are created in pursuit of a particular form of perfection, embodying not only the latest technology, but also an aesthetic sensibility, a love of nature and a gracious hospitality that Japan has nurtured over the centuries.
Lexus International Gallery Aoyama provides a variety of services to meet the various Lexus-related demands of customers that have come to Japan from overseas.
Here, we cater especially to the needs of our international customers with the new International Desk. Our staff will assist you in English with all things Lexus, and also help you make the most of living and driving in Japan.
Please join us for a genuine Lexus experience.
“Now that is some impressive Japanese engineering“ says Richard Thornley as he test-drives the 2016 Lexus GS F. And he knows a thing or two about good engineering, to say the least. The global helicopter company and former Rolls-Royce executive gets into his groove around iconic districts of Tokyo.
The country president of a global company test drives the 2016 Lexus IS Turbo. As he rolls through the iconic districts of Tokyo, the vehicle state-of-the art capabilities reveal itself. Read more to capture the essence of style, craftsmanship and performance at its best.
Some people expect a smooth, comfortable, and quiet journey when driving a premier vehicle. Lexus provided just that-until 2012, when Japan's original luxury automaker embarked on a total rebranding. Read about the experience of driving the New RX in Tokyo and learn how Lexus became a more emotional and unique brand in the luxury market.
Innovation fuels driving excitement
Keeping with the slogan of “Amazing in Motion,“ Lexus introduced their one-of-a-kind “hoverboard,“ showcasing the imagination, innovation and ingenuity that go into the design of Lexus vehicles, as seen at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, especially in the latest concept model, the “emotional and cool“ LF-FC hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle.
[The Japan Times]
Rediscovering Japanese spirit and aesthetics. The philosophy behind Lexus as a luxury brand is Japanese “omotenashi“ (hospitality), which means to treat or entertain someone sincerely and warmheartedly. At the core of omotenashi is attentiveness to the needs of others, by reading the atmosphere, sensing the mood and feeling the invisible energy pervading an occasion.
[The Japan Times]
The new CEO of Pernod Ricard Japan takes a spin through the heart of the city in Lexus's flagship sedan. The Lexus LS600h F SPORT is the perfect combination of power, performance, and innovative engineering. The high-performance, 445-horsepower powerunit and responsive yet smooth handling offers an exhilarating driving experience in town or on the highway.