In 1869, the Austrian and Japanese governments signed the “Treaty of Amity and Commerce” as Japan became again accessible to the rest of the world after many years. The Emperor Piano was originally built as a special gift presented by the Austrian Emperor – Franz Josef, to the 122nd Emperor of Japan – Meiji Emperor Mutsuhito, to celebrate their friendship, which was sealed by the treaty.

The history of the Emperor Piano is quite extraordinary. In 1873, May Edo (now Tokyo) Emperor’s palace burned down, and it destroyed the furnishings in the palace, including the spectacular Emperor Piano. More…

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