The Fuku Akino Art Museum is located in the forested hills of her birthplace near Futamatagawa in Tenryu Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. In addition to the permanent exhibition of works by the master artist Akino, several special and planned exhibitions are held throughout the year.
If flowers are your thing, then the Hamamatsu Flower Park is the place for you. With over 300’000 square metres of botanical garden that boast more than 3000 species, there is something for everyone, including flower beds devoted solely to bountiful tulips, showy azaleas, noble iris, and lacy hydrangeas.
The Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments is the first municipal museum of musical instruments in Japan. It was established as part of the Hamamatsu City“Creation of a City of Music” beginning in 1981, and is registered museum facility under the law of museums.
It was the seat of various <i><a href="/pages/w/114532841892403">fudai</a></i> <a href="/pages/w/109366272416513">daimyō</a> who ruled over <a href="/pages/w/143209359029600">Hamamatsu Domain</a>, <a href="/pages/w/142500185760914">Tōtōmi Province</a>, in what is now central <a href="/pages/w/112043992146145">Hamamatsu</a>, <a href="/pages/w/112656115428291">Shizuoka Prefecture</a>, <a href="/pages/w/105672799466531">Japan</a>.
Entry to the Hamanako Orgel Museum typical comes together in a combination ticket with the Kanzanji Ropeway, and I compel you to visit on your next trip to Hamamatsu. Entry to the Hamanako Orgel Museum alone costs ¥820 for adults and ¥410 for children.
Kanzanji is home to a number of hotels and ryokan with hot spring baths, the Hamanako Pal Pal fun park, a ropeway up to Okusayama Sightseeing Platform, Kanzanji Temple, Hamamatsu City Zoo, Hamamatsu Flower Park and lots of places to pick your own fruit in season: mainly strawberries and mandarin oranges.
In addition to marine sports, the area features the Kanzanji Onsen Hot Spring, the historical Kanzanji Temple, Lake Hamana PalPal Amusement Park, and is visited by tourists year-round. There is also the ‘’Lake Hamana Pleasure Boat’’ which allows visitors to enjoy the four seasons from the water.
Hamamatsu (浜松市, Hamamatsu-shi, lit. "Coast Pine Tree") is a city located in western Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. As of March 1, 2018, the city had an estimated population of 795,350, making it the prefecture's largest city and a population density of 510 persons per km 2. The total area was 1,558.06 km 2 (601.57 sq mi).
Nagashino castle was a small but covered two sides by rivers, it was a secure castle suitable for defense. Small lords of northeastern Mikawa country In medieval era, northeastern part of Mikawa country was governed by small lords such as Okudaira clan, Nagashino Suganuma clan and Damine Suganuma clan collectively called as Yamaga Sanpo Shu. Nagashino castle was originally built by Nagashino Suganuma clan around 1508 as their residence.
The Ryugashido is in the mountains to the northwest of central Hamamatsu City. Get an Okuyama (奥山) bound bus from the bus center at the north entrance of Hamamatsu Station and take it all the way to the Ryugashido Iriguchi (竜ヶ岩洞入り口), a ride of about 50 minutes and a fare of about ¥600 each way.
| 195, Kanzanjicho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka About 700 cherry trees including the Yoshino cherry trees blossom between the end of March and the beginning of April. The contrast of the pale pink of the Yoshino cherry and the dark pink of the Weeping cherry blossoms is truly picturesque.
Hamamatsu Castle Park (浜松城公園, ''Hamamatsu-jou Kouen''), Motoshiro-cho - Naka-ku (Take bus 36, 40, 41, or 50,to city hall (市役所前).), . North of the castle is a very big park with a Japanese garden, a koi pond, a ceremonial teahouse (see Drink below), and some commons areas.
Toga Shrine (砥鹿神社, Toga Jinja) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Toyokawa in eastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is the ichinomiya of former Mikawa Province. Located on the borderland of Aichi with Shizuoka Prefecture, the summit of Mount Hongū 782 metres (2,566 ft) is considered to be within the precincts of the shrine, and has a subsidiary chapel.
“Yume no Tsuribashi” (Dream Suspension Bridge) in Shizuoka prefecture is a rare bridge in the beautiful lake changing to turquoise blue and emerald green in Japan. It is a leisure spot that you need to cross a thin foothold and enjoy thrill at the same time.