[ROKKO Forest Sound Museum] SIKI Garden Christmas Held


The museum “ROKKO Mori no Oto Museum”, which collects music boxes and other automatic musical instruments, will hold “SIKI Garden Christmas” for the first time from Saturday, December 4, 2021 to Sunday, December 26, 2021.

"SIKI Garden Christmas"

In addition to decorating Christmas trees and Christmas ornaments in various places to create an atmosphere, we also sell warm menus (hot wine, sausages, grilled marshmallows, etc.).
On the day of the event, it will be open at night, and you can enjoy the Christmas mood in the SIKI garden surrounded by the illumination light.
In addition, at the “Christmas Concert without Performers” held at the “Forest Sound Hall” in the facility, Christmas songs and hymns will be performed with a large automatic performance organ and music box.

Holding period: Saturday and Sunday from December 4th (Sat) to December 26th (Sun), 2021 and December 24th (Fri) * Canceled in case of rain
open time: 11: 00-19: 00 (18:30 reception closed)
* Event time may be shortened due to bad weather.
* Events are not held from 10:00 to 17:00
price: Free * Facility admission fee and parking fee are not included

Event "Christmas at the Forest Sound Museum"

Warm Christmas decorations such as Nutcrackers and German wooden ornaments will decorate the area during the event.
In addition, during the “Christmas Concert without Performers”, Christmas songs and hymns will be performed with large automatic performance organs and music boxes.
You can enjoy live music with the incense scent of “Räuchermann” (a traditional wooden doll sold at Christmas markets in Germany).

Holding period: Held from November 26th (Friday) to December 26th (Sunday), 2021

Christmas concert without performers

Performance time: 10: 00 ~, 11: 00 ~, 12: 00 ~, 13: 00 ~, 14: 00 ~, 15: 00 ~, 16: 00 ~ (about 30 minutes each time)
* SIKI Garden Christmas will be held from 11:00 for the first time.
Performance song example: ・ hymn 109 Silent night, holy night
・ Christmas Eve, etc.
Example of playing musical instrument: ・ Polyphone 54 type “Mikado” (disc music box / around 1900 / made in Germany)
・ Lochmann original 172 type (disc music box / around 1904 / made in Germany)

ROKKO Forest Sound Museum

Admission fee: Adults (junior high school students and above) 1,300 yen
Children (4 years old to elementary school students) 600 yen
business hours: 10: 00-17: 00 (16:30 reception closed)
* From 11:00 to 19:00 when the event is held
Holiday: Every Thursday during the period

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