The Kawaguchiko Music Forest is a theme park and museum that exhibits several musical instruments that includes music boxes and mechanical music instruments and other automatic musical instruments.
The Music Forest is operated by Ukai Group that also operates the Glass Forest, a Venetian glass museum in Hakone.
Visitors can see the antique musical instruments in the main hall. The largest of all the instruments is a french fairground organ which takes up the entire hall.
The main building also houses a concert hall which a classical musicians perform.
The museum also has a restaurants, shops, chapel and rose garden. Visitors are allowed to walk around through walking paths among the lawns and winding canal.
Ride a bus that operates between Kawaguchiko Station and the Kawaguchiko Music Forest, and get off at Ukai Orugoruno Mori Bijutsukan.
The museum opens at 9:00 to 17:30.
It has no closing days.
Admission fee is 1500 Yen.
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