Rokko International Music Box Museum

Stroll through Rokko's nature while listening to the sound of a music box

Stroll through Rokko's nature while listening to the sound of a music box

Rokko Music Box Museum is a museum of music box located on top of Mt. Rokko. Cylinder and disk music boxes made in America or Europe in the 19th to the 20th century, and many kinds of automatic musical instruments including one of the world’s largest dance organs are exhibited and introduced.You can listen to the exhibited instruments in a concert of the music box. Two concerts are held in an hour, and different numbers are played every hour.

Information

Address
4512-145 KitaRokko Rokkosan-cho Nada-ku Kobe, Hyogo, 657-0101
Access
From Hanshin Mikage Station / JR Rokkomichi Station / Hankyu Rokko Station, take Kobe bus Line 16 and get off at "Rokko Keburu Shita" Bus Stop ← Rokko Keburu "Rokko Keburusanjo Station" then get off ← Rokkosanjo Bus "Orugorumyujiamumae" immediately after getting off
Phone
078-891-1284
Hours
10:00 - 17:00 (reception open until 16:20)
Holidays
Irregular (please check homepage for details)
Admission
Adults (junior high school ages and over) 1,050 yen
Children (ages 4 - elementary school age) 530 yen
Website
https://www.rokkosan.com/en/museum/