A green forest surrounding Hamamatsu Castle
If you enjoy a taste of history!
① Hamamatsu Castle & Statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu
The stone wall as it was 400 years ago is a must-see.
★Hamamatsu Castle Details for
★Tokugawa Ieyasu Details for
② Japanese Garden
It was created using the natural differences in the height of the terrain and preexisting trees.
If you want to experience Japanese culture!
③ Shointei, The Hamamatsu tea house
While viewing a Japanese garden, you can enjoy drinking Japanese tea.
★Shointei, the Hamamatsu tea house Details for
If you enjoy live performances and sports!
④ Stone Stage (Left photo) ／ ⑤ The Central Park Ground (Right photo)
Dances and live jazz performances are held on a stone stage.(Times are not on a fixed schedule.)
If you enjoy art and the seasons of Japan!
⑥ Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art (Left photo)
⑦ The castle tower and about 500 cherry trees (Right photo)
The castle tower is surrounded by about 500 cherry trees and Hamamatsu Castle Park is a popular place to view the cherry blossoms.
★Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art Details for
★Ohanami (view the cherry blossoms) Details for
View a Larger Map
100-2, Motoshirocho, Naka-ku,
Hamamatsu Castle 8:30am - 4:30pm
Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art 9am-5pm
From Hamamatsu Station
Take the bus at bus stop #1 or #13 of the bus terminal to "Shiyakusho-mae"