Kawaguchiko Music Forest

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The museum exhibits music boxes and mechanical music instruments of global historic value: the world‘s largest dancing organ or orchestrion which were supposed to get on the Titanic. A symphonic orchestra performed by a quartet invited from the Czech Republic can be enjoyed at the concert hall.The rose garden is a fantastic miracle world. Enjoy the several kinds of Old Rose ,which have been being loved by royal families. For each season, different kinds of flowers bloom in the garden. At the museum shop, you can buy souvenirs including memorable goods and at the Restaurant Riverjyu, you can enjoy the magnificent view of the beautiful garden. Discover something new in this museum, which will surely satisfy you.

Venue Address

401-0304 3077-20 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minami-tsuru-gun

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Other Indoor Activities

  • Kawaguchi Asama Shrine is one of approximately 1,300 Asama shrines in Japan that enshrine the deity of volcanoes in general and Mount Fuji in particular. The shrine is part of the Mt. Fuji UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.

  • By far the most visited of the Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Kawaguchiko serves as the main point of entry to this famous lake region. The area surrounding Lake Kawaguchiko is well-developed in terms of tourist infrastructure, with many lakeside hotels, hot springs, windsurfing facilities, campsites, and excursion boats.

  • Nishiura is a nightlife district – a maze of alleyways crammed with dozens of tiny bars, featuring architecture that’s remained largely unchanged since several decades ago, and bathed in the warm glow of lanterns and vintage street lights.

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