Hamamatsu, a town of sake and successful careers
Hamamatsu is blessed with warm weather all year round, and produces various agricultural and processed products owing to the rich natural environment that it surrounds it in all four directions: Tenryu River to the east, Lake Hamana to the west, Enshunada to the south, and the Southern Alps mountain range to the north. Japanese sake produced with local rice and water is one of such products. There is an abundance of sea and mountain produce in Hamamatsu, and the locally produced food ingredients are a great match with the sake. In Enshunada, natural tiger pufferfish are landed, and at Lake Hamana, a brackish lake where seawater and freshwater mix, 800 kinds of seafood including eels, oysters, seaweed, and prawns can be caught. Besides the seafood, Lake Hamana offers a full range of attractions like marine leisure activities, a ropeway, and pleasure boats, which are fun for people of all ages and genders. Why not come to Hamamatsu, and relish the blessings of the sea and mountain along with fine sake?
Lake Hamana's fatty eel
Lake Hamana eel is famous nationwide. A perfect match with Japanese sake.
Beautiful Lake Hamana
At Lake Hamana, you can enjoy attractions like marine leisure activities, a ropeway, and pleasure boats.
Sake breweries in this region