Min-On Culture Center

Min-On Culture Center

Admission : Open to the public (purchase of admission ticket required)

Opening Hours : Open Tuesday-Saturday (11:00-16:00)
Open Sunday and holidays 10:00-17:00; closed Mondays*

Closed Days : *Closed Tuesday if a Monday falls on a national holiday
*Facility closed without prior notice due to commemorative events or inclement weather.

Min-On Website http://museum.min-on.or.jp/

Min-On Music MuseumIkeda Sensei founded the Min-On Concert Association in 1963, with the Min-On Culture Center opening in 1997. Located on the second floor is one of the few museums in the world dedicated to music, with more than 300,000 music-related collectibles to exhibit. Special exhibitions are held three to four times a year.


Self-Playing Musical Devices Exhibition

Self-Playing Musical Devices Exhibition

Pianolas, music boxes and other self-playing devices from over a century ago to the present are on display here. Among the devices—which were first created some 220 years ago—is a phonograph invented by Thomas Edison and a pianolo that Leo Tolstoy is said to have enjoyed, capable of playing more than 1,000 musical compositions on paper rolls.

Antique Piano Room

Antique Piano Room

A broad collection of pianos and harpsichords from the 16th to 20th century are on display here, including a type favored by Mozart that was built in 1793. Staff pianists play select instruments at designated times during the day for your listening pleasure.

About the Facility

Restrooms available

Wheelchair rentals (free of charge)

Resting areas available
Drinks prohibited
Food prohibited
Photography prohibited except in designated area

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・Only Soka Gakkai (SGI) members and authorized personnel can be admitted into a Complex facility. The only exception is the Min-On Culture Center.
・Also, a facility may open or close without regard to normal operating hours due to commemorative events or inclement weather.

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