Hamamatsu City

Hamamatsu City (Hamamatsu-shi) Tourism

Hamamatsu City (Hamamatsu-shi) Tourism You may not know Hamamatsu, but you may be familiar with many of Hamamatsu's product. Names such as YAMAHA, KAWAI, SUZUKI, HONDA, and so many others, are well known to discerning consumers everywhere. The area's main products include motorcycles, musical instruments, textiles, and a growing number of new, and innovative products. Although it is an industrial city,...

Hamamatsu Seasonal Activities - Fruit Picking, Clam Digging, Swimming Beaches, Fishing, Auto Racing

Hamamatsu Seasonal Fruit Picking Strawberry Picking [mid-Dec.-end of May] Enjoy eating lots of fresh, sweet strawberries! Hiramatsu Kanko Agurisu Hamanako Hiramatsu-cho, Nishi-ward Tel: 053-487-0541, Website: http://www17.ocn.ne.jp/~agurisu/index.html Nemotoyama Tourism Nagaraen (Kurematsu-cho, Nishi-ward) Tel: 053-487-4115, Website: http://nagaraen.919homepage.com/user/ Kurataen (Fukaogi-...

Hamamatsu Festival Events Calendar & Holiday Seasons

Hamamatsu Festival Events Calendar & Holiday Seasons Hamamatsu Holiday Seasonal Activities - Fruit Picking, Clam Digging, Swimming Beaches, Fishing, Auto Racing.. Hamamatsu Festival Events January Terano Hiyondori and Kawana Hiyondori "Hiyondori" is said to be an accented version of the word "Hiodori" (fire dance). This dance, based on the ceremony of welcoming fire, is characterized by a violent grapple...

The Tastes of Hamamatsu

The Tastes of Hamamatsu food Lake Hamana specialties such as grilled eel and turtle cuisine are plentiful so visitors don't forget the taste of Hamamatsu. Trying these dishes is one aim of most of the city's tourists. The Hamamatsu area is also famous for the production of high quality green tea, mandarin oranges, melon and other fruits. Thanks to the bountiful natural surroundings, Hamamatsu...

Hamamatsu Industry and Enterprise Tourism

Hamamatsu Industry & Technology Hamamatsu Industry & Technology - Creative Minds It was the son of a local blacksmith who attached a small engine to a bicycle and therefore became the originator of the "Pon-pon" the pet name for the first generation of motorcycles. His name, Soichiro Honda. Torakusu Yamaha started out fixing broken organs, and wound up forming the Yamaha Corporation. This sort...

Misakubo town (Misakubo-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu

Misakubo town (Misakubo-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu The Hokuen (Northern) Area (Tenryu, Haruno, Sakuma, Misakubo, Tatsuyama), 90% of which is surrounded by forests, is abundant in greenery and home to lakes and rivers. Through the center runs the mighty Tenryu River. The area displays history and traditional culture as influenced by these surroundings. A wide variety of outdoor leisure can be enjoyed here in the...

Sakuma town (Sakuma-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu

Sakuma town (Sakuma-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu The Hokuen (Northern) Area (Tenryu, Haruno, Sakuma, Misakubo, Tatsuyama) is surrounded by beautiful green forests nourished by the magnificent flow of the Tenryu River. Various types of traditional culture as well as the simple lifestyle of the local people can be seen here. Sakuma Dam Sakuma Hydroelectric Power Dam is 150m tall and 291m long, this concrete dam...

Tatsuyama village (Tatsuyama-mura) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu

Tatsuyama village (Tatsuyama-mura) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu The Hokuen (Northern) Area (Tenryu, Haruno, Sakuma, Misakubo, Tatsuyama) is surrounded by beautiful green forests nourished by the magnificent flow of the Tenryu River. Various types of traditional culture as well as the simple lifestyle of the local people can be seen here. In the mountainous Hokuen Area, near Tenryu River and its tributaries, people enjoy camping,...

Haruno town (Haruno-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu

Haruno town (Haruno-cho) in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu The Hokuen (Northern) Area (Tenryu, Haruno, Sakuma, Misakubo, Tatsuyama) is surrounded by beautiful green forests nourished by the magnificent flow of the Tenryu River. Various types of traditional culture as well as the simple lifestyle of the local people can be seen here. In the mountainous Hokuen Area, near Tenryu River and its tributaries, people enjoy camping,...

Tenryu in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu

Tenryu in Hokuen (Northern) Area of Hamamatsu The Hokuen (Northern) Area (Tenryu, Haruno, Sakuma, Misakubo, Tatsuyama), 90% of which is surrounded by forests, is abundant in greenery and home to lakes and rivers. Through the center runs the mighty Tenryu River. The area displays history and traditional culture as influenced by these surroundings. A wide variety of outdoor leisure can be enjoyed here in the...

Inasa town (Inasa-cho) in Oku Lake Hamana Area of Hamamatsu

Inasa town (Inasa-cho) in Oku Lake Hamana Area of Hamamatsu Hamanako (Lake Hamana) Area is blessed with a diversity of history, nature, and today's industry. From the Enshu Coast (Enshunada) and Lake Hamana to the mountains up the Tenryu River, there are many historic sites from the old days (late 1400s ~ late 1800s) where you can experience history. Coastal areas of Lake Hamana are popular water sport spots, and Lake Oku-...

Ryugashi Cave (Ryugashi-do Cavern) and Museum

nio gate, Ryugashi Cave (Ryugashi-do Cavern) and Museum AN EXQUISITE HIDDEN WORLD CREATED IN THE LONG TIDE OF TIME AND SEE THE MYSTERIOUS UNDERGROUND CREATIONS OF NATURE Mount Ryugashi lies 3km north-coast of Lake Hamana. Legend says there's a rock near the top of this mountain with the claw marks of a dragon ('Ryugashi' means 'dragon's rock')- Below, extending 1000m into the south face of the Ryugashi mountain (...

Hosoe town (Hosoe-cho) in Oku Lake Hamana Area of Hamamatsu

Red Rose Bike Bridge (Miwotsukushi Bridge), Hosoe town (Hosoe-cho) The Oku Lake Hamana Area (Hosoe, Flower viewing around Oku Hamanako, Inasa and Mikkabi) is called the "Backroom of Enshu", offering good tours of famous temples, shrines, gardens and flowers. Visitors can also enjoy beautiful scenic spots, ancient promenades, and many kinds of fruit and mushroom picking. Kiga Checkpoint The Sekisho (checkpoint) along Himekaido (...

Maisaka Town (Maisaka-cho) - The Tropical Ambience of Omote (Southern) Lake Hamana

Seaside Bentenjima Park, Maisaka Town (Maisaka-cho) Maisaka Town (Maisaka-cho) was a fishing port lying on the south-eastern edge of Lake Hamana. The Lake Hamana and the Pacific Ocean meet at this point and travellers had to cross this mouth of the lake by boats. Omote (southern) Lake Hamana Area (Kanzanji, Yuto, Maisaka), blessed with the natural beauty of the Enshu Sea and Lake Hamana, is known as the entrance to...

Yuto Town (Yuto-cho) in Omote (southern) Lake Hamana Area of Hamamatsu

Boating at Yuto Town (Yuto-cho), Lake Hamana Omote (southern) Lake Hamana Area (Kanzanji, Yuto, Maisaka), blessed with the natural beauty of the Enshu Sea and Lake Hamana, is known as the entrance to Lake Hamana. In Kanzanji, Yuto, and Bentenjima Hot Springs there are many nice hotels and inns. The coast of Lake Hamana is known for its warm climate and abundant sunshine, ideal for mandarin orange cultivation....