The museum of automatic musical instruments
to enjoy by watching and listening
Curators introduce the history and the mechanism of music boxes in detail with demonstrations by explaining why music boxes were invented and how they were used (visitors can listen to the explanation on the mechanism while watching a large TV monitor showing the inner parts of music boxes which cannot be seen from outside). Following the introduction, actual music boxes will be played. Since the hall is designed with open space six metres in height, the sounds of music boxes echoing in this wonderful acoustic room are absolutely beautiful and soothing. Although instruments and tunes played will vary depending on time and curators, visitors can enjoy the performances as many times as they like since the museum can be re-entered on the same day.
This observation deck is a popular date spot in Hamamatsu and is recognized as a sanctuary of lovers along with the matchmaking jizo, the guardian deity of children. It is also the foot spa in Kanzanji Spa Town. The combination of the sunset view from the deck and the sounds of the carillon create a very romantic atmosphere.
|3 age - Elementary||¥ 410|
|Ropeway + Museum ticket
3 age - Elementary
※Reservation not required (required when visiting in a group of 15 or more)
※Reception until 1 hour before the museum closes
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9am ~ 5pm
※Opening times may be shortened or extended depending on seasons.
※The museum may be closed due to bad weather or suspension of the ropeway (for maintenance, etc.)
From Hamamatsu Station
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