In the 49th year of the Showa era (1974), Mr. Chikazo Honda donated his collection of old western and Japanese timepieces, hoping many people could enjoy it for a long time. Over the course of time, some citizens donated more timepieces and enriched the collection, which led to the opening of Matsumoto Timepiece Museum on September 1, 2002. The biggest feature of the museum is that many of the displayed timepieces are actually working. There are more than 300 timepieces. The museum hopes that it will become a landmark in Matsumoto and every visitor has a wonderful time there.
- 1-21-15 Chuo
- Business Hours
9:3017:00Entrance closes at 16:30.
Mon. (open if a national holiday, and closed on the following day)
Dec 29 - Jan 3
- 10 min walk from Matsumoto Sta.
- 5 min walk from Otemon Chushajo (parking lot) Bus Stop of the Town Sneaker Bus
- 10 min from the Matsumoto Interchange
Shop Hopping Tickets
Fill out the survey and hand over your ticket to get this:Free Timepiece Museum original postcard