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Things to do in Toyohashi, JP

Arai Barrier
Arai Barrier

The quickest way to get from Toyohashi to Hamamatsu Station is to train which takes 13 min and costs ¥1900 - ¥2700. Is there a direct train between Toyohashi and Hamamatsu Station? Yes, there is a direct train departing from Toyohashi and arriving at Hamamatsu.

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Children Miraikan
Children Miraikan

Activities Curiosity Field. What do you want your children to be? "Curiosity Field" is a space to consider the future of your children. This is a space where parents and children can experience the scientific "way of thinking" together while enjoying interactive exhibits free of charge.

Fumonji
Fumonji

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Hadahachimangu
Hadahachimangu

Toyohashi (豊橋市, Toyohashi-shi) is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of March 2015, the city had an estimated population of 372,710 and a population density of 1,420 persons per km². [citation needed] The total area was 261.86 square kilometres (101.10 sq mi).

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Ikobe Coast
Ikobe Coast

Ikobe Beach. Japan Highlights Travel introduces the Tokaido, which has all Japan's representative gourmet / sightseeing spots around Tokyo, Odawara, Hakone, Atami, Mt. Fuji, Shizuoka, Hamamatsu, Nagoya, Kyoto and the Osaka area.

Imo Bog
Imo Bog

Toyohashi City Guide. Toyohashi City is located in ... and to the east in the hill area are the Toyohashi Nature Walk and Imo Bog. ... *Please append ".tut.jp" to the ...

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Ishimaki Shrine
Ishimaki Shrine

Website: http://www.city.toyohashi.lg.jp/6568.htm; 2. Mount Ishimaki. Source: Alpsdake. Mount Ishimaki is a 384 meters high mountain and is suitable for hiking while taking a spiritual journey into the beliefs of the Japanese. At its side are the Ishimaki Shrine and a small museum.

Kamo Shrine
Kamo Shrine

Kamo Shrine, Toyohashi: See 9 reviews, articles, and 10 photos of Kamo Shrine, ranked No.40 on TripAdvisor among 75 attractions in Toyohashi.

Konawate Jumbo Park
Konawate Jumbo Park

Divided into six main regions (Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto, Chubu, Kinki & Chigoku & Shigoku, and Kyushu & Okinawa), here is our summary of every single national park in Japan and their distinctive features.

Matsuba Park
Matsuba Park

Toyohashi Zoo was established in 1899. The town achieved city status in 1906. A tram system (the present-day Toyohashi Railway Asumadai Main Line) was established in 1925. In 1932, Toyohashi expanded its borders by annexing Shimoji Town (Hoi District), Takashi Village, Muroyoshida Village (Atsumi District), and Shimokawa Village (Yana District).

Miyuki Park
Miyuki Park

Miyuki Hotel, Kunigami-son Kunigami-gun, Okinawa, Japan. 179 likes. Region

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Museu da História Natural da Cidade de Toyohashi
Museu da História Natural da Cidade de Toyohashi

SÍNTESE DA CIDADE DE TOYOHASHI; ... onde encontram-se o museu de história natural, ... kyoseikokusai@city.toyohashi.lg.jp ...

Nipponretto Park
Nipponretto Park

Toyohashi Zoo was established in 1899. The town achieved city status in 1906. A tram system (the present-day Toyohashi Railway Asumadai Main Line) was established in 1925. In 1932, Toyohashi expanded its borders by annexing Shimoji Town (Hoi District), Takashi Village, Muroyoshida Village (Atsumi District), and Shimokawa Village (Yana District).

Pachinko Toyokawa Corona
Pachinko Toyokawa Corona

The Comfort Hotel® Toyokawa is located in East Mikawa, the southeast part of Aichi Prefecture. The hotel is close to Toyokawa City Hall, the business district and Toyokawa Inari, the "Guardian of Business Shrine." Nearby attractions include Laguna Gamagori and Toyohashi City. Nagoya City is located one hour from the hotel.

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Sekiganji
Sekiganji

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Shirasuka-Juku
Shirasuka-Juku

Shirasuka-juku was the thirty-second of the fifty-three stations of the Tōkaidō. It is located in Kosai, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. During the Edo period, it was the westernmost post station of Tōtōmi Province.

Takashi Ryokuchi Park
Takashi Ryokuchi Park

Website: http://www.kamoltd.co.jp/kakegawa/english/ 9. Takashi Ryokuchi Park. Source: Umako. This Park is among the most popular parks in Toyohashi with its paths lined with pine trees. It is suitable for cycling, jogging and also holding picnics. It has four playgrounds with large playsets for children. There’s also an area dedicated to horseback riding.

Toga Shrine
Toga Shrine

Toga Shrine 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 is considered to be within the precincts of the shrine, and has a subsidiary chapel.

Toyohashi City Futagawa-Shuku Honjin Museum
Toyohashi City Futagawa-Shuku Honjin Museum

Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum is located in Toyohashi. Toyohashi City Futagawa Shuku Honjin Museum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Toyohashi Edition.

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Toyohashi City Museum of Art and History
Toyohashi City Museum of Art and History

The Toyohashi City Museum of Art and History (豊橋市美術博物館, Toyohashi-shi Bijutsu Hakubutsukan) is a purpose-built municipal art museum and local cultural museum in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

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Toyohashi Total Sports Park
Toyohashi Total Sports Park

toyohashi sports park Toyohashi City Sports Park is thought to be the base for sports activity of Toyohashi citizens. Adjacent to Hotel Sea Palace Resort which provides lodging for sports park users. Comprehensive gymnasium and Aqua Arena Toyohashi are in use in the park.

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Ushikawayuhodo Park
Ushikawayuhodo Park

Toyohashi Zoo was established in 1899. The town achieved city status in 1906. A tram system (the present-day Toyohashi Railway Asumadai Main Line) was established in 1925. In 1932, Toyohashi expanded its borders by annexing Shimoji Town (Hoi District), Takashi Village, Muroyoshida Village (Atsumi District), and Shimokawa Village (Yana District).

Yoshida Castle
Yoshida Castle

Yoshida Castle is a Japanese castle located in Toyohashi, southeastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan. At the end of the Edo period, Yoshida Castle was home to the Inaba clan, daimyō of Tateyama Domain. The castle was also known as Imabashi Castle, and later as Toyohashi Castle.

Yoshida Shrine
Yoshida Shrine

Yoshida Shrine is located in Toyohashi. Use our Toyohashi tour itinerary planner to visit Yoshida Shrine on your trip to Toyohashi, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.

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ZoolóGico e Jardim BotâNico de Toyohashi
ZoolóGico e Jardim BotâNico de Toyohashi

Jardim Zoo- Botânico de Toyohashi É um parque geral, onde encontram-se o museu de história natural, zoológico, jardim botânico e parque de diversões na sua ampla área de aproximadamente 40 hectares.