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Hamamatsu

Rich natural environment and a warm climate

About Hamamatsu
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Things to do in Hamamatsu

Upcoming Hamamatsu Events

Enshu Hamakita Flying Dragon Festival

Enshu Hamakita Flying Dragon Festival

May 29th - May 30th

A festival held in honor of the dragon god of the Tenryu River, in Hamakita in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture. The culmination..

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Where to eat in Hamamatsu

Inanba

Inanba

Lester Goh

In Hamamatsu in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Inanba is an award-winning teppanyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant serving top ..

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Restaurant Rochester

Restaurant Rochester

Lester Goh

Newly opened on the 18th of April this year, Rochester is the latest dining option in Grand Hotel Hamamatsu. The delectable multiple..

Noryotei

Noryotei

Peter Sidell

In the Tenryu area north of Hamamatsu in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Noryotei is an elegant, relaxing Japanese restaurant,..

Places to stay in Hamamatsu

Villa Hamanako

Villa Hamanako

Peter Sidell

Near Hamamatsu in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Villa Hamanako is a lakeside hotel on Lake Hamana, with a comfortable, relaxing..

Grand Hotel Hamamatsu

Grand Hotel Hamamatsu

Lester Goh

Grand Hotel Hamamatsu is an excellent choice of accommodation to complete your perfect experience in Hamamatsu. With four excellent..

Hotel Crown Palais Hamamatsu

Hotel Crown Palais Hamamatsu

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Located in Hamamatsu City, Hotel Crown Palais boasts Western and Japanese-style rooms, a large pool, a sauna, bar and range of restaurants...

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About Hamamatsu

Hamamatsu is Shizuoka prefecture’s largest city and has a number of tourist spots that make it an attractive destination for travellers. In the city, the Act City Tower, Hamamatsu’s only skyscraper, has an observatory on its 45th floor overlooking Hamamatsu and beyond. Hamamatsu Castle stretches to the city’s north, and has a small museum inside.

For visitors who love a stroll, Hamamatsu has a number of parks and a zoo for them to enjoy. The city is also home to some 10 festivals held throughout the year and visitors are free to join in the festivities as well.

Nakatajima Sand Dunes, one of Japan’s three largest sand dune areas, is located south of Hamamatsu and is a popular place for locals to view the New Year's first sunrise.

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