Richmond Hotel Hamamatsu
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After reviewing the forecast maps for all the places we had been as well as a few we hadn't, I decided we should visit Hamamatsu. In an attempt to gain some local knowledge (often a good idea), I called a kite shop called Hang Time Kiteboarding (kiteboarding.jp) which is located in Hamamatsu. It turned out that the owner of the shop, Nick Katz, is an Englishman married to a Japanese woman! After a brief conversation ...
April, 30th was our first day of this trip. At first, our plan was going to Yamanashi to see "Pink moss"or "Shiba Zakura, but we finally changed our plan to "Hamamatsu Flower Park" (浜松フラӤ 7;ーパーク) and we had to go by bus.
We started in front of Shizuoka Station (静岡駅前).
Note - Again,if you don't know how to go, you should feel free ...
... queue so Chris could not get on! Problems with bottom pinching here so they've introduced women only carriages. Then two more trains and a 20 min taxi ride. We assembled in the Toyota Kaikan exhibition hall which is a mix between a museum/showroom & future technology centre. At 10.45am the robot played the violin better than I ever played it! At 11am the English speakers went on the factory tour & saw the welding ...
... sup>) in Shizuoka Prefecture is Japan's tenth largest lake (by area). It spans the boundaries of the cities of Hamamatsu and ...
... alleys which are so special for Kyoto. In the hostel I met a bunch of fantastic people and most of us went together to Fushimi Inari Taisha. It's one of the most beautiful shrines I've seen in Japan, it was absolutely worth climbing the mountain even though we never really had a view on Kyoto. On our way down we took a break and had for 80 yen a cooked egg and green tea. Many thanks to Nicolas and Ana for the great travel information of Japan, all your tips were absolutely worth it.