Rokko International Musical Box Museum
The Rokko International Musical Box Museum stores and displays various musical boxes and other automatic musical instruments. As well as watching performances using antique musical boxes that are more than 100 years old, visitors can also take part in musical box assembly workshops to create their own unique instrument. In the museum garden, which matches perfectly with the nature of Mt. Rokko, visitors can relax in hammocks and on benches, while they can also sit back with a cup of tea in the museum’s Strauss café, which offers Viennese-style food. At Tone, the museum’s specialist musical box shop, there are a wide range of musical boxes for shoppers to choose from.
[Fee] Adults (Junior high school students and above): 1,050 yen; Children: (Aged 4 to elementary school): 530 yen
[Access] Kobe City Bus No. 16/106 from Hanshin Mikage Station, JR Rokkomichi Station, or Hankyu Rokko Station to the Rokko Cable Car, and then the Rokko Sanjo Bus
*Only the No. 16 Kobe City Bus is available from Hanshin Mikage Station
[Foreign Language Support] Yes [Reservations] Required
- Postal Code
- 4512-145 Kitarokko Rokkosan-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture
- 10:00-17:00 (Last entry at 16:20)
Thursdays, December 31, January 1
*May be partially open during Golden Week and the summer holiday.
*May be closed due to maintenance or weather conditions. Please check the website for more details.