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Tokyo to Hamamatsu

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Tokyo to Hamamatsu

Hamamatsu is not only the birthplace of many world-class companies but also a city of music. It is also one of Japan's leading flower producers. Especially in the area of Lake Hamana, gerbera, chrysanthemum, musk, daffodil, and other flowers are cultivated. Famous attractions include Hamamatsu Castle, Act City, Lake Hamana and more. There is also the famous Hamamatsu Festival in early May every year, and it is famous all over Japan for its spectacular kite competition and gorgeous float parade. The route from Tokyo to Hamamatsu is about 230 kilometers, and the Shinkansen takes about 1.5 to 2 hours. When traveling from Tokyo to Hamamatsu, tourists generally plan a 1 to a 3-day trip, and or you can arrange a private transfer service according to your own preferred time.

Hamamatsu Private Chauffeurs
Our company provides safe and affordable chauffeur services at Narita Airport for foreign visitors. Some of your private drivers can speak basic English, and will escort you to Hamamatsu from Tokyo. Whether you are going to Hamamatsu from Narita Airport or hotels in Tokyo, a door to door car rental with driver is the most convenient and affordable way. For more information, please contact our Japan limousine service specialists.

What to See in Hamamatsu
Lake Hamana: Lake Hamana covers an area of 65 square kilometers and has a circumference of 114 kilometers, ranking second in Japan. Lake Hamana also has a tour boat run, which offers views of Lake Hamana from the lake. The Kanzanji Ropeway Playground is connected to the Big grass mountain observatory at 113 meters above sea level by the Kanzanji ropeway.

Hamamatsu Castle Park: The park is a good place for citizens to entertain. It is famous for its historical sites. In addition, every year Hamamatsu Castle Park is a place to see the cherry blossoms and maples. In the spring, it is very pink with a sea of flowers and in the autumn, it is an intoxicating red of fall trees.

Hamamatsu Castle: This castle is a symbol of Hamamatsu Castle Park. Although the tower was later rebuilt, the stones of the wall are the original products that have been used for hundreds of years. Opposite of the castle tower, there is a high ground, which is the best angle to see the Hamamatsu shadowed by cherry blossoms.



Nukumori: A dream country created by Japanese architects through their imaginative imagination, medieval European town style, is a very popular place in the area. There are 8 parts, including the dessert shop, restaurant, small gallery, living sundry shop, handmade gift room, owl cafe, handmade leather shop, and jewelry store.

Hamamatsu Flower Park: There are more than 3,000 plants and more than 100,000 plants in the park, including tulips, calamus, and 1,500 cherry blossoms. The most popular in the park is the large-scale greenhouse Crystal Palace. There are French-style flower beds, German-style outdoor cafes, Mexican-style, and Paris-style courtyards in the greenhouse.

Act City: Act City is a large-scale comprehensive facility that integrates venues, restaurants, entertainment, shopping centers, and restaurants. The 45-story Act City is the iconic building of Hamamatsu. From the corridor of the observation deck on the top floor, visitors can look at Mount Fuji and the Minami Mountains.

Kanzanji Onsen: Near the ancient temple Kanzanji, founded by Kobo Daishi in 810, there are modern restaurants and hot spring streets lined with hotels, hence the name of the hot spring. It is a newer hot spring with water from the Showa 33 (1958).

Nakatajima Sand Dunes: A large dune with a length of 4 kilometers from the east to west and 600 meters from the north to south, is one of the three largest dunes in Japan. Wind patterns are constantly changing due to the strength of the wind, and they are famous in Japan. It is famous as a spawning ground for sea turtles as every summer and autumn, red turtles come here to lay their eggs.



Tenryugawa: One of Japan's leading rivers which starts from Nagano-ken, as multiple tributaries were collected on the way and injected into ENSUU-NADA. Surrounded by lush forests, there are leisure resorts surrounded by nature. You can also go rafting from early March to late November every year.

Hamamatsu Music Box Museum: 70 exhibits including large music boxes, special music boxes, and automatic musical instruments are on display. Music box concerts are also held where you can see the ancestors of the music box. There are also experience rooms and shops.

Yamaha Workshop: You can visit the entire process of making a grand piano by Japan's longest-established piano maker, Yamaha. In addition, you can visit and experience the history and main products of Yamaha in the showroom.

How to Get to Hamamatsu from Tokyo 
You can take the Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Hamamatsu Station, which takes about 2 hours and 11 minutes. Our door to door car rental with driver service is the most convenient transportation. Our drivers are not only skilled and courteous. If you book in advance, you can also provide drivers who speak basic English. Our Tokyo car rental company can provide you with comfortable 7, 10, 14, or 20-seater Coaster bus. For the details of prices, please visit: Tokyo Chauffeur Services.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far is Hamamatsu from Tokyo?
    The route from Tokyo to Hamamatsu is about 230 kilometers, and the Shinkansen takes about 1.5 to 2 hours. When traveling from Tokyo to Hamamatsu, tourists generally plan a trip for 1 to 3 days, and we can arrange a private transfer service according to your own preferred time.
  • I want to travel to the city around Tokyo, what is there to do in Hamamatsu?
    Hamamatsu is not only the birthplace of many world-class companies but also a city of music. It is also one of Japan's leading flower producers; especially in the area of ​​Lake Hamana, gerbera, chrysanthemum, musk, daffodil, and other flowers are cultivated. Famous attractions include Hamamatsu Castle, Act City, Lake Hamana, and more.
  • How do you get to Hamamatsu from Tokyo by public transportation?
    You can take Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Hamamatsu Station. Our company can also provide you with car rental with driver service. If you book in advance, we can also provide drivers who can speak basic English.
  • Where can I see cherry blossoms in Hamamatsu in the spring?
    Every year, Hamamatsu Castle Park is a great place to see cherry blossoms and maple trees. In the spring, there is a sea of ​​pink flowers, and in the autumn, it is a bright red full of leaves. Hamamatsu Flower Park is home to more than 3,000 kinds of more than 100,000 plants, including tulips, calamus, and 1,500 cherry blossoms.
  • Is there anything to do in Hamamatsu in the summer and autumn?
    You can visit Lake Hamana, Nukumori, Hamamatsu Music Box Museum, Nakatajima Sand Dunes, and other attractions. Especially Nakatajima Sand Dunes, which is famous as a spawning place for sea turtles, every summer and autumn, red turtles come here to lay their eggs.
  • Where can I visit Hamamatsu for musical instruments?
    Hamamatsu Music Box Museum displays 70 exhibits including large music boxes, special music boxes, and automatic musical instruments. Music box concerts are also held where you can see the ancestors of the music box. Yamaha workshop allows you to see the entire process of making a grand piano by Japan's oldest piano maker, Yamaha.
  • Where can I visit hot springs in Hamamatsu?
    Kanzanji Onsen of Hamamatsu is near the ancient temple Kanzanji, founded by Kobo Daishi in 810. Modern restaurants and hot spring streets lined with hotels have emerged from this name. A newer hot spring with water from the Showa 33 (1958).
  • Where can I go shopping to see the night scene in Hamamatsu?
    Act City is a large-scale comprehensive facility that integrates venues, restaurants, entertainment, shopping centers, and catering streets. The 45-story Act City is the iconic building of Hamamatsu. From the corridor of the observation deck on the top floor, visitors can look at Mount Fuji and the Minami Mountains.
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