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Kamakura Music Box Museum

Kamakura’s Only Music Box Specialty Store, Located in Front of Hase Temple, Home to the Great Buddha of Kamakura.

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Kamakura is a popular tourist destination that is home to many shrines, temples, historic buildings, as well as a blend of old-fashioned cityscape with modern cafes and shops. Kamakura Music Box Museum is in front of Hase Temple, a 5-minute walk from Hase Station, which is home to the Great Buddha of Kamakura. In front of the shop you’ll find a 3-meter-tall mechanical clock that plays music box melodies every hour from 9am to 6pm. The shop has over 6,000 music boxes across 1,000 types, both large and small, and it even has exclusive music boxes themed after hydrangeas and the Great Buddha that you can only find here in Kamakura.

Highlights

  • Kamakura’s only music box specialty store.
  • Iconic 3-meter-tall mechanical clock outside.
  • Over 6,000 music boxes across 1,000 types, both large and small.
  • Original hydrangea and Great Buddha music boxes exclusive to Kamakura also available.
  • About a 5-minute walk from the Enoshima Electric Railway’s Hase Station.

Photos

  • Kamakura Music Box Museum is located in front of Hasedera Temple

    Kamakura Music Box Museum is located in front of Hasedera Temple

  • Kamakura-exclusive music boxes themed after Kamakura’s Great Buddha

    Kamakura-exclusive music boxes themed after Kamakura’s Great Buddha

  • Kamakura-exclusive music boxes with hydrangea themes

    Kamakura-exclusive music boxes with hydrangea themes

  • Many retro music boxes too

    Many retro music boxes too

  • A luxurious-feeling store

    A luxurious-feeling store

Reviews

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  • 穆穆

    不同曲風音樂盒的聲響此起彼落,聽起來心情很療癒,外型設計很有特色,而且都是日本製造。

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Details

Name in Japanese
鎌倉オルゴール堂
Postal Code
248-0016
Address
3-10-33 Hase, Kamakura City, Kanagawa
Telephone number
0467-61-1885
Business Hours
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Access
About a 5-minute walk from Enoden’s Hase Station
Official Website
Official Website (English)