Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Admission E-Ticket

Overview

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum (formerly Kawaguchiko Music Box Forest) is located in a nature-rich area overlooking Mt. Fuji. The interior of the museum, which has been dubbed ""a little Europe,"" offers an atmosphere as if you have stepped back in time to medieval Europe, with one of the world's largest dancing organs and featuring a karakuri puppet and water fountain show. The park has one of the best rose gardens in Japan, with 720 varieties of roses, a restaurant where you can enjoy lunch concerts, and a museum where valuable musical instruments are on display. One of the most popular attractions of the Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum is one where visitors can see an automatic musical instrument that was to be installed on the Titanic itself and is one of the world's largest dance organs.

Highlights

  • Access is about 15 minutes by taxi or about 26 minutes by Kawaguchiko Shuyu Retro Bus from Kawaguchiko Station
  • Located in a rich natural setting with a view of Mt. Fuji
  • You can enjoy sightseeing around the area, including Lake Kawaguchi
  • Inside the medieval European-style building, you can see one of the world's largest organs and karakuri puppet show

Key Information

Description

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum (formerly Kawaguchiko Music Box Forest) is located in a nature-rich area overlooking Mt. Fuji. The interior of the museum, which has been dubbed "a little Europe," offers an atmosphere as if you have stepped back in time to medieval Europe, with one of the world's largest dancing organs and featuring a karakuri puppet and water fountain show. The park has one of the best rose gardens in Japan, with 720 varieties of roses, a restaurant where you can enjoy lunch concerts, and a museum where valuable musical instruments are on display. One of the most popular attractions of the Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum is one where visitors can see an automatic musical instrument that was to be installed on the Titanic itself and is one of the world's largest dance organs. Other attractions include the moving-sand picture-story show “Sand Art,” accompanied by a live musical performance. Another highlight is that the Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum is easily accessible from central Tokyo, taking only about two hours by car. Why not soar into a fairy tale world, surrounded by seasonal flowers?

How it works

**Ticket expiration date:Valid for 1 month from date of purchase** Closed: Tuesdays and Wednesdays Operating hours: 10:00–17:00 (last entry 16:00) Note: opening hours are shorter than usual due to the effects of the new coronavirus High Season Fees : ・Year-end and New Year's holidays: December 30, 2023 (Sat.) - January 3, 2024 (Wed.) ・GW: May 3 (Fri.) - May 6 (Mon.), 2024 ・Summer vacation Obon: August 10, 2024 (Sat) - August 18, 2024 (Sun) **From reservation to entry, it's a simple 2-step process! ** Step 1: After booking your ticket on Rakuten Travel Experience, an e-ticket will be sent to your registered e-mail address. Step 2: When you arrive at the facility, please visit the entrance counter and click on the "Voucher" link in the e-mail sent to you at the time of purchase. Please click the "Use" button and show the screen to the staff. (Please ensure that your smartphone can connect to the internet before your visit)