Otaru Music Box Museum (Otaru Orgel Doh)

Travel Guide - Otaru Music Box Museum (Otaru Orgel Doh)


This museum dedicated to music boxes features a collection of some 3,400 music boxes from around the world.
The building was constructed in 1912 and presents a grand appearance.

The Museum's Hall No.
2 is an antique museum in which performances on an Aeolian Pipe Organ are given six times a day.
"You-kobo", a music box and handicrafts studio, lets visitors make their own music boxes.
*Booking required.
Please call 0134-21-3101 or visit their website.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 18:00
  • 9:00 - 19:00 (Fridays and Saturdays in summer season)


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 7 minutes walk from JR Minami-Otaru Station
  • 25 minutes walk from JR Otaru Station

Address / Location

* Please click each address to show the location.
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