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Hamamatsu Castle, Hamamatsu
(2.9/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the beginnings of the Edo period and gain extensive views of the Pacific Ocean at Hamamatsu Castle. Before becoming the ruler of Japan, Tokugawa leyasu lived in this hilltop fort for 17 years. After taking over the stronghold in 1568, the founder of the Edo period renovated it, adding the stone palisade that still stands today. The garden around the main keep has an abundance of blossoms, while the observatory on the top floor of the building offers striking views of the sea. Make Hamamatsu Castle a centerpiece of your Hamamatsu vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hamamatsu trip itinerary planner.
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  • Also according to the instructions of the navigation system to get parking cannot be found hanging around parks, there was free parking esential is less panicked because it was past 4 pm evening, I headed to the I'm a drama turned receptionist Castle... this time even though quite a few people were there was already preparing tidying to enter next year.? 100 Castle's not even consider little more attractions...
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  • Very cute, and squirrels in the Park. And a symbiosis of pigeons and squirrels are funny. Come and feed, are also 人馴re.
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  • Hamamatsu Castle is recommended to history buffs. Buses will leave, and go to walk away. Green, feeling good.
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  • The castle keep is small in comparison to nagoya or osaka but definitely a nice place to visit.
  • Stone Pilings are unique and so beautiful
  • I had a pleasant experience at this Castle and would recommend visiting it .in addition try the local Hamamatsu Gyoza it's delicious.
  • The castle is very small but i enjoyed the garden next to it during Spring and it was very nice.
  • Is beautiful