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Hakodate Music Box Museum

Experience Handmaking Music Boxes at Music Box Museum, Located in the Popular Tourist Location Bay Area

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The Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse area is an iconic location in the port town of Hakodate, and it is also a popular tourist spot home to various restaurants and shops. Hakodate Music Box Museum is in BAY Hakodate No.2, one of the warehouses in the area. The glittering interior is filled with gentle and beautiful timbres. Here you’ll find over 5,000 music boxes across 800 varieties, including Hakodate-exclusive ones featuring squids and original Shinsengumi. There is even a corner where you can experience handmaking music boxes. This is popular since you can choose both the body and tones for your music box, preferred glass accessories, and make your own completely unique music box.
It is about a 4-minute walk from the municipal railway’s “Jujigai stop.”

Highlights

  • Located in a corner of the Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse area, an iconic location in the port town of Hakodate.
  • Over 5,000 music boxes across 800 varieties.
  • Popular items including Hakodate-exclusive ones featuring squid and Shinsengumi original music boxes.
  • Music box handmaking experience corner available.
  • About a 4-minute walk from the municipal railway’s “Jujigai stop.”.

Photos

  • In the BAY No.2 building, part of a popular Hakodate tourist spot

    In the BAY No.2 building, part of a popular Hakodate tourist spot

  • Glittering interior

    Glittering interior

  • Plentiful selection of items

    Plentiful selection of items

  • Many Hakodate-exclusive items

    Many Hakodate-exclusive items

  • Many Hakodate-exclusive items

    Many Hakodate-exclusive items

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Details

Name in Japanese
函館オルゴール堂
Postal Code
040-0065
Address
BAY Hakodate No.2Hall, 11-5 Toyokawacho, Hakodate City, Hokkaido
Telephone number
0138-21-1055
Business Hours
9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Access
About a 4-minute walk from the municipal railway’s “Jujigai stop”
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Official Website (English)