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The castle can be reached by bus from the railway station which takes about 15 minutes. Although the original castle was destroyed, this building was erected in 1958 and paid for by the townspeople of Hamamatsu. You have to walk up a slope to reach...More
Lovely castle with amazing surrounding (see picture). Met Samurai and he is just so friendly, taking pictures with tourists and kids! We Took a while to reach to the TOP with security guidance because the step are build to be narrow and steep? Once we...More
Nice castle and have quite a lot collection of Tokugawa Ieyasu Legacy. You must pay 200 yen to see inside the castle. It's okay to take picture in this place. If you like to collect stamp, don't forget to bring plain paper or book.
Really a nice castle located in Hamamatsu city, easily accessible from the station by bus.
Nothing much to see inside the castle, its a very small 3 story castle, maintained really well. Park beside the castle is really nice and very peaceful one can spend...More
The castle is high so has some lovely views but is quite small. Its also worth remembering that it is a replica of the original. There is a museum inside but the displays are limited. I arrived 30 minutes before they closed but sadly didn't...More