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Ideally I would have given an extra half star. While I have only allocated 3 stars, it does house a lovely collection of instruments and a small but good gift shop in the foyer. The entry price is very reasonable and the museum is easily...More
Good collection of instruments from around the world. 2 stories doesnt need much time. Has a good gift shop and cafe.
Live shows and videos are available. All signs are in Japanese. No English. Admission 800yen
We visited this museum on our recent trip to Hamamatsu and it was wonderful! They have musical instruments from all over the world. We were able to see instruments that we have never seen and I was surprised at how big some of them were...More
Excellent on a rainy day and also kids friendly. Being the home town of Yamaha and Kawai, besides the various instruments from all over the whole, it has a comprehensive collection on the piano history. You can study the evolution of the piano in detail...More
It takes less than 10 minutes from JR Hamamatsu station.
Entree fee is 800 Yen. You must get a discount ticket in Hotels. Is is closed on some Wednesday.
When I just entered, I felt I have...More
We were in town for a weekend and noticed that we had not been to this attraction before. Being close to Act Tower, it was really easy to get to. When inside, we were treated to a history of how music is and was made...More
In my research of things to do in Hamamatsu, the Museum of Musical Instruments popped up very often but the lack of English materials on this museum didn't make it too exciting. Still, we had free time so we went anyway and you know what?...More
This museum is 10 minutes walk from Hamamatsu JR station, entrance fee 400 yen. It has an impressive collections of musical instruments all over the world. First floor showcased Japan and Asia, while lower level are instruments from the rest of the world: Europe, Africa,...More
As you enter the Museum you will spot the Golden long musical instrument which resembles a Chariot. That's just the beginning. HAMAMATSU MUSEUM OF INSTRUMENTS is a good location to be visited. The famous Kawaii Instruments also happens to have their Head quarters along with...More