Hamamatsu Castle: A castle located in the central area of Hamamatsu City. It is also known as the Out of the City. The Tokugawa Grand General Tokugawa Ieyasu lived here between the ages of 29 and 45. The wall is made of uncarved stone on the ground, and it still retains the original appearance. Every spring, about 500 cherry blossoms are opened in the city, and it is more beautiful against the backdrop of the castle tower. There is a ceremonial tea room on the edge of the city, where you can enjoy delicious matcha and sencha.
Not far from Binming Lake is the famous old home of Tokugawa Ieyasu - Hamamatsu Castle. "Hambong" was named when Tokugawa Ieyasu moved to this place. In Hamamatsu City Park, this castle is a symbol of the entire park. Although the castle was later restored, the stones of the wall have gone through several hundred. The original authenticity of the year, stepping up the stairs, gently touch the ancient stones that carry the years, as if touching a piece of history.
Tian Shouge, the original ancient battlefield in the north, the Yuanzhou Beach in the south, the Hamana Lake in the west, the Tianshou Pavilion on the sunny day, and the Mount Fuji in the east is in front of you, at your fingertips. The Tianshou Pavilion is surrounded by 400 cherry trees. When the breeze blows and sways to each other, it seems to be in the beautiful "Sakura Sea". The stone walls in the city completely preserve the style of the Warring States period and stand at the top of the castle tower. On the observation deck, the street view of Hamamatsu City is unobstructed. The park is centered on the central lawn square and features an elegant Japanese courtyard.
After watching the Hamamatsu Castle, we came to the traditional Japanese tea room surrounded by the natural environment, a Japanese-style lodge hidden in the greenery. Shizuoka is a famous tea-making place in Japan, so you can experience the Chinese tea ceremony and Different from Japanese tea ceremony, experience the steps of Japanese tea art and understand the spirit and meaning of tea ceremony.
Mr. Chadao, wearing a traditional Japanese kimono, uses traditional Japanese tea tools to perform traditional Japanese tea ceremony, accompanied by cute Japanese style and fruit, with Japanese tea brewed by Mr. Teaway. Really experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, drinking tea in Japan is an excellent way to communicate the feelings between people. The tea ceremony has both cumbersome procedures and cumbersome and elaborate processes, and each step is in place. The whole tea ceremony process has a rhythm, which forms the unique tea ceremony culture of Japan.
After tea, you can go to Song Yunting's backyard to rest in the quiet, calm and light, close to nature, and the taste of the infiltration of tea is so beautiful.