Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments, Hamamatsu
(4.3/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
A visit to Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments allows you to explore and experience different cultures of the world through music. The museum houses over 1,300 instruments from all over the world, which you can see in separate displays, categorized by the continent and country they originate from. Take a tour, and feel the music through short videos and recordings accompanying each exhibit. This way you get to see what inspired the instrument, and to learn about the culture behind it. Don’t miss the hands-on room, where the staff regularly demonstrate different sounds by playing the instruments. You can also try playing some of the exhibits, and get some memorable souvenirs from the gift shop. Plan to visit Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments during your Hamamatsu vacation using our convenient Hamamatsu trip generator.
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  • On the eastern edge of Act City on the West side of Jr Hamamatsu station. The Museum is 1 F B1F. Continued to upper deck from the station, but can get through there, finally sank on the first floor should not, so from the station were still walked the road is easy. Music is a very interesting Museum, has showcased many musical instruments of the Hiroshi East and West.
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  • From Jr Hamamatsu station, is within walking distance from the adult admission ¥ 400. In relatively clean buildings, crammed alongside the instruments. Musical instruments? Of these can often unusual instruments and listening to music on earphones. Concert was organized by the times. Music experience I would just not look at the place.
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  • A nice trip if you're at least a little enthusiastic about music. The Museum is well structured and you can play a few instruments themselves. If you luck has also occasionally, there are concerts. Especially it is also that you can listen to many instrument via headphones. Well done...
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