Culinary B&A 401

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  1. 8 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1 bath
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A stylish room with a focus on art. The concept of the room is white, so it's perfect for a women's party or a gathering with friends!
It's only a 6-minute walk from Hamamatsu Station, so it's very convenient! There are many stylish cafes and shopping areas around. Please spend a relaxing time.

The works in the room are subject to change.

The space
The rooms are located on the 4th floor and can be accessed by elevator.
The rooms themselves are decorated with art and are perfect for families and groups to have a good time.

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What this place offers

Lake access
Kitchen
Wifi
TV
Elevator
Washer
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Microwave

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Where you’ll be

Naka-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka-ken, Japan

A 6-minute walk from Hamamatsu Station!
There is a convenience store in one minute walking distance.
There is a shopping mall in walking distance!
There is a Hamamatsu Castle on foot in 17 minutes, and the surrounding area is very convenient.

Surrounding area
The rooms are located in Hamamatsu City, which is in the western part of Shizuoka Prefecture. It is also called Omi or Enshu. It was formerly known as Totomi Province, and was also called Hamamatsu Prefecture until it was annexed to Shizuoka Prefecture. Hamamatsu City and Enshu have a long history, especially Hamamatsu Castle, which played an important role from the Warring States period to the Edo period. During the Edo period, the lord of Hamamatsu Castle was often promoted to senior positions in the shogunate, which is why it was also known as the "Castle of Success".
Hamamatsu is also known as a city of music, and is the birthplace of many of Japan's major musical instrument manufacturers such as YAMAHA and KAWAI, as well as Roland and BOSS. Because of this, Hamamatsu is a great place to live if you are interested in music and musical instruments. For example, one of Japan's leading museums for musical instruments is located near Hamamatsu station. There are about 1,300 instruments on display from all over the world, not only from Europe, but also from India, Oceania, and other parts of the world that you've never seen before. You can touch and play the instruments, listen to a dictionary, listen to Japanese music, and even compose music on a computer.

Recommendations
Act Tower.
This strangely shaped tower in front of Hamamatsu Station is a popular spot with many shops and restaurants.
Hamamatsu Castle -
The castle was built at the beginning of the 14th century and played an important role in Japanese history, especially during the Warring States and Edo periods. Nowadays, it is located in Hamamatsu Castle Park.
Hamamatsu zoo - (Bus stop "zoo")
This is the only zoo in Japan with a monkey named Golden Lion Tamarin. This is a popular spot for residents and tourists alike.
Hamanako Music Box Museum - (Bus stop "Hamanako Pal Pal Pal", Kanzanji Ropeway)
It is located near Lake Hamana and exhibits European carillons, Edison's gramophone and an automatic piano. You can experience making a music box by yourself and buy a wide range of music boxes as souvenirs. It is accessible by bus and ropeway.
Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments -
Located near Act Tower, this museum has musical instruments from all over the world on display. This is a place that can only be found in Hamamatsu, the "City of Music". Classical music seminars are also held here.
Airpark - (Bus stop "Izumi 4-chome")
It is located in the public relations building of the Air Self-Defense Force Hamamatsu Base. There are displays of fighter and training aircraft, as well as a flight simulator, and it is a fun place to visit. It can be accessed by bus.
Ryugaam-dong - (from "Ryugaam-dong Entrance" bus stop)
It is a limestone cave located on the north side of Lake Hamana. The limestone of the cave is said to have been formed about 250 million years ago. It can be accessed by bus.
Enshu Kotogama Tatezanji Kobo - (Tatezanji Onsen bus stop)
You can actually try your hand at pottery in the gallery of a potter who has received the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Encouragement Award. It is accessible by bus.

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Checkout: 10:00 AM
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No pets
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