Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum: Mutual Reflection with Mount Fuji.
Lake Kawaguchi is a lake formed by the spread of magma after the eruption of Mount Fuji that blocked the river. It is one of Five Fuji Lakes (Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Yamanaka, Western Lake, Lake Motosu and Lake Shouji).
The Music Forest Museum, located by Lake Kawaguchi, is a music theme park designed with the concept of the European Alps where you can enjoy the beautiful Mount Fuji from either the museum or the garden. It has rare music boxes and precious automatic-playing instruments in the world, as well as the world's largest ballroom organ, puppet organ playing and automatic-playing wind instruments which were scheduled to be installed on the Titanic.
There is pleasant melody in the park from various instruments and various flowers planted outside the park. You may admire the beautiful garden by shuttling among the bridges, and what should not be missed is the ensemble of professional music players, the opera actress and the playing of automatic instruments. Here, both children and adults can enjoy a leisurely music feast for a whole day.