I bought a winter limited eight-tone box and Liujiashan transport pass of 1870 yen. The heavy snow in Liujiashan makes few tourists. After listening to two concerts, they go to the backyard of the building to play in the snow (the enthusiastic concert staff recommended us super-praised snow attractions). Lunch is in the Strauss restaurant in the museum. In the afternoon, they experience the production of eight-tone boxes. Everywhere they go is like a family enclosure, which is extremely luxurious and lucky experience.
Okay, it was very cold that day. On Mount Liujia, next to the Alpine Botanical Garden of Mount Liujia, there are German-style buildings with their own gardens. When the weather is warm, they seem to have garden tea and so on. There are some performances in it. The restaurant inside is delicious, and the view of the garden is good.
When we arrived at the Eight Music Box Museum Station and got down from the bus, the snow was so heavy that it seriously affected the visibility. It took a lot of effort to distinguish that there was indeed a building in the distance along the path indicated by the road sign. It was also the only building around. I'm afraid this is our destination, the Six Jia Eight Music Box Museum. There are no footprints on the newly accumulated snow, and nobody comes in or goes out. The music box is like a fairyland in the snow, which makes us all excited and longing to go there.
The museum displays a variety of octave boxes in Europe and the United States, as well as the world's largest automatic organ.
Entering the door was attracted by the delicate music box.
Museum where musical instruments can be played at close range. Located in Mt. Liujia, Kobe, it is not very interesting for ordinary tourists.