The castle is where Ieyasu Tokugawa spent his years as a young war lord.
This castle was demolished by air raids of WW2. The restoration is at the original location and exhibits swords, armor, a pair of wooden saddles, maps, stamps, family crests made of cloth, photos and a miniature model of historic Hamamatsu. There is a water well downstairs and upstairs an observatory.
|Surrounding the castle is a large and well cared for park convenient for visitors of all ages. Hamamatsu Castle Park is a comfortable and natural setting for baby strollers, energetic children, romantic couples and seasoned elderly. With over 400 cherry trees blooming in spring many people visit and picnic under the waving light pink blossoms. Each season has a particular appeal and this park is a wonderful place to experience them all.|
The castle tower
The castle gate
The stone wall of Hamamatsu castle
Known as the Nozura zumi: the method of stacking natural stones, has proven so strong the wall remains as it was constructed over 400 years ago.
|Less than Elementary school||FREE|
Discounts for groups of
30 or more
|100 or more||¥160|
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100-2, Motoshirocho, Naka-ku,
8:30am - 4:30pm
12/29, 30, 31
From Hamamatsu Station
Take the all line bus at bus stop #1 or #13 of the bus terminal to "Shiyakushomae" then walk 6 minutes
30 minutes from Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu I.C.
30 minutes from Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu Nishi I.C.
40 minutes from Shin-tomei Expressway Hamamatsu Kita I.C.
※Free parking available
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