Favorite thing: Hamamatsu Tourist Information Center is located right ahead of Shinkansen exit of Hamamatsu station near the south exit of the station. There are four useful English language guidebooks on Hamamatsu destinations. PORTABLE GUIDEBOOK: general guidebooks on entire Hamamtsu tourist destinations. IKU-NAVI: A transportation guidebook. MIRU-NAVI: Guide on major destinations in Hamamatsu. HAMAMAP: Maps on major areas in Hamamatsu.
Favorite thing: On the top floor of the ZaZa City shopping centre is a place called Childrens Plaza. It is a 2 floor playground for children with all sorts of areas. There are two ball pits, heaps of climbing area's, a music room and special play area with toys for babies. It's 200 Yen for adults, less for children and free for babies/toddlers.
In the bottom of all the shopping malls in Hamamatsu are Supermarkets and Food Courts. This is a great place to buy cheap dinners, they have pre-made boxes of all sorts of Japanese style meals ..... and even Sandwiches for the Westerners who need a taste of home.
We have stocked up on a few items and are now eating breakfast in our hotel room each day saving around 1,000 Yen a day.
This church located north of Hamamatsu city.Beautiful and gorgeous church. You can visit inside on Sunday.
Very famous for wedding place.