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We will revise the admission fee on April 1,2016.
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Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments

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 3-9-1 Chu-o, Naka-ku,
 Hamamatsu-City,
 Shizuoka-Prefecture
 430-7790 JAPAN

 [Tel] 053-451-1128

 [Fax] 053-451-1129

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About Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments
 

The Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments is the first municipal museum of musical instruments in Japan. It was established as  part of the Hamamatsu City“Creation of a City of Music” beginning in 1981, and is registered museum facility under the law of museums.

The mission of the museum is to collect and preserve a representative selection of musical instruments and related materials from around the world, to research them, to exhibit them with an equal and unbiased perspective, and to cultivate a vast knowledge and understanding of music, musical instruments, and cultures through a variety of activities.

We hope the museum will become a center for all musical instruments and their cultures, and a place where people will meet together to discover this wonderful world.

Staff Voice
The museum received the 2014 annual Koizumi Fumio Prize.
Established in April, 1995 as the first municipal museum of musical instruments by Hamamatsu City, this museum has celebrated the 20th anniversary this April. The museum has introduced world instruments and their culture with an equal and unbiased perspective for 20 years and has received the 26th (2014) annual Koizumi Fumio Prize for Ethnomusicology (called Koizumi Prize) for the activity. This is the world-leading museum of musical instruments that exhibits 1,300 pieces of world musical inst...

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