If you’re visiting Tokyo, big on Nissan and into topics such as concepts and intelligent mobility, then the Nissan Crossing is one place you’ll want to be popping into. The facility, which is located in Ginza and is set to open its doors to the public for the first time on September 24, takes over from the previous Nissan Gallery.

It’s located on the same site as the Gallery, which served as a point of contact between Nissan and the general public from 1963 to 2014. The new Nissan Crossing will offer visitors from around the world a chance to learn about Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for the future of the connection between cars and people.

Guests will be able to have hands-on experiences with new, upcoming vehicles as well as concepts, and also take part in driving simulations. The venue will feature large, informative touch-screen displays, with a centre stage for presentations. Additionally, visitors will be able to relax in a café, or shop in an on-site boutique.

The facility’s Virtual Façade — an innovative exterior display composed of LED lights embedded in glass surfaces along the second floor of the building, which changes colours organically — ensures that it’ll stand out when viewed from the street.