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Orugoru no Chiisana Hakubutsukan, Japan

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3 Chome-22-13 Mejirodai
Tōkyō-to 112-0015

Bunkyō-ku, Japan
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N35° 43' 8.1" E139° 43' 26.5"   (35.718916666667, 139.72402777778)
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Orugoru no Chiisana Hakubutsukan(オルゴールの小さな博物館) is a museum of self-playing musical instruments, located in Bunkyo-ku in Tokyo. It houses the private collection of Yoshihito Namura. The museum has closed its doors on May 15, 2013.
The museum was the first of its kind in Japan when it opened in May 1983. The current building was erected in 2003.
"Orugoru no Chiisana Hakubutsukan" offers an overview of the development of mechanical musical reproducers which were made from the end of the 18th to the 20th century. Visitors experience demonstrations of antique musical devices accompanied by scholarly explanation. The museum has closed its doors on May 15, 2013.


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Orugoru no Chiisana Hakubutsukan

Address: 3 Chome-22-13 Mejirodai, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to 112-0015, Japan