Make a Music Box in Matsushima
Select your favorite song then decorate an original music box!
All year round.
Number of Participants
First, select a music box mechanism (favorite song), then decorate the container by painting your own original design. Children may use markers instead of paint to decorate. This activity can be enjoyed by individuals, as well as groups, families, and tour groups.
You can enjoy this program without an advance reservation. Sign-up on the same day is OK! Also, you can do this experience without entering the museum exhibition area.
|Experience Program Name||Make a Music Box in Matsushima|
|Activity Location||Museum Shop Area|
|Time Required||1 hour|
|Operation Period||All year round.|
|Start Time||Available during museum hours.|
|Minimum number of participants||1people|
|Maximum number of participants||20people|
|What is included in the price||Music Box Experience Kit.|
|What is not included in the price||Entrance fee to view museum exhibitions.|
|Method of Payment||Pay by cash or credit card.|
|Cancellation Policy||100% of the participation fee if no-show on the day (when advanced reservations are made).|
|Meeting Spot||33-3 Fugendo, Matsushima, Matsushima-machi, Miyagi-gun, Miyagi-ken 981-0213|
|Meeting Time||Available during museum hours.|
|Access||--By Public Transportation--|
・12-minute walk from Matsushima Station (Tohoku Honsen Line).
・12-minute walk from Matsushima-Kaigan Station (Senseki Line).
・8-minute by car via Matsushima-Kaigan IC .
Free parking is available.
2 wheelchairs, elevator.
|About Guides and Tours||Explanation by staff.|
|About multi-lingual support||Japanese|
The Museum Matsushima
Enjoy the sounds of 100 years ago at Matsushima, one of Japan's Three Most Scenic Spots. Our museum exhibitions display music boxes, toys, and other special antique items. Once an hour you can listen to live music from the world's largest …
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