Published in November 2018.
Hamamatsu Castle is located in the city of Hamamatsu in the province of Shizuoka. It is a Castle of great historical importance for Japan, where the famous Samurai Tokugawa Ieyasu lived for 17 years (29 years to 45 years). The castle has four floors, including the underground. From the observation tower upstairs you can have a view of the city and if the weather is good you can see the Mt. Fuji.
On the other floors there is a museum, which has various objects, Japanese swords and armor.
The castle is small, but worth the visit, as there are about 370 cherry trees around the Castle, where every year between the end of March and the beginning of April, they take place in full bloom, being animatedly celebrated in the festivities of appreciation of cherry blossoms, day and night. At the Park there are gardens and squares with lawns, where many take walks, in what has become a place of recreation and relaxation.
At night the Hamamatsu Castle is illuminated, becoming more beautiful still.
Business Hours: 8: 30 to 16: 30
Admission Fee: 200 yen
Shizioka-ken Hamamatsu-shi Naka-ku, Motoshiro-cho 100