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Hamamatsu Station 

[Hamanako Garden Park]

An oasis full of seasonal flowers

Hamanako Garden Park was built on the site of the 2004 Pacific Flora Garden Exposition and the 21st Japan Urban Greenery Shizuoka Festival. The park comprises three areas: Nishigawa Area (with spacious open lawns), Machi no Area (with a children's playground and observation tower), and Sato no Area (with beautiful flowers, trees, and gardens). On a fine day, the 50-meter observation tower commands a panoramic view of the vast park and Lake Hamana, and the pleasure boats that cruise along the waterway that stretches east to west offer beautiful views from on board. Hands-on workshops are held on weekends to give visitors an opportunity to learn about and get closer to nature.
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Some 250 kinds of roses fill the Flower Museum from around mid-May.
Upper left: The spacious open lawns in Nishigawa Area welcome everyone to come and have a good time. Upper right: You can enjoy the park's nature to the full from a Garden Cruise pleasure boat. Bottom: The observation tower (the symbol of the park) and some azaleas. (The best season for azaleas is around late April.)
Address Murakushicho 5475-1, Nishi Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka
Phone +81-53-488-1500 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (July and August: 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
Holidays December 29th to January 3rd
Admission fee Free
Observation Tower admission fee (per person, one admission)
High school age and over 300 yen
Elementary school students and junior high school students 100 yen
Persons age 70 and over 200 yen
Garden Cruise pleasure boat fee
One way for adults 600 yen
Round trip for adults 1,000 yen
One way for children 300 yen
Round trip for children 500 yen
Access Take the JR Tokaido Main Line from "Hamamatsu Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 12 minutes, alight at "Bentenjima Station", and take a taxi for approx. 10 minutes.
URL https://www.hamanako-gardenpark.jp/

updated on Oct 1, 2019

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