Take home memories of the Hamamatsu Festival!
These are miniature versions of the large kits flown at the Hamamatsu Festival. These kites are skillfully made by traditional kite makers despite their small size.sold at Kamoeya (Japanese site), Hamamatsu Festival Hall, and other shops
These small paper lanterns painted with symbols of Hamamatsu Castle and the festival, like festivals floats and kites can be folded up and stored in a box.sold at Kamoeya (Japanese site)
This unique traditional Japanese footwear is a regular part of festival-wear. In recent years, the design and performance has drawn attention. Called "ninja shoes", they are also popular with visitors from overseas.sold at Kamoeya (Japanese site) and festival goods shops
This live recording of the sounds of the Hamamatsu Festival is full of presence. Listening to this CD will bring back memories of the Hamamatsu Festival.sold at Kamoeya (Japanese site)
They are more affordable than the adult version. They are equally good as souvenirs for kids or hung on a wall like a tapestry.sold at Kamoeya (Japanese site) and festival goods shops
A rusk made by taking a castella (sponge cake) made with local ingredients and slowly baking it again in an oven. With the faint fragrance of Mikkabi mandarin oranges, the rusk evokes images of the big kites at Hamamatsu Festival.sold at Takoman, Hamamatsu Sta. and other locations.
Recommended Souvenirs From HamamatsuWithin the JR Hamamatsu train station, located in the center of Hamamatsu city, is a treasure trove of souvenirs.
Souvenirs From Hamamatsu
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