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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Japan: Hamamatsu


We took a bullet train from Kintetsu Kyoto Station to Hamamtsu for our next destination for more than one hour. A gateway to Tokyo, Japan.


The Shinkansen also known as "the bullet train" is a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan operated by four Japan Railways Group companies.



The Tokaido Shinkansen, connecting Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka, was inaugurated in 1964 as the first shinkansen line and the world's first high speed train service. At that time the trains already ran at about 200 km/h. Nowadays they reach speeds of 300 km/h.
Arrival in Hamamatsu

Hamamatsu is Shizuoka Prefecture's largest city and is 260 kilometers west of Tokyo. The southern end of the city sits on the Pacific Ocean.
Hamamatsu at Night

Hotel Crown Palais or Hamamatsu Metetsu Hotel is the modern city hotel located in front of JR Hamamatsu Station. The hotel is directly connected with JR Hamamatsu Station and the bus terminal under the ground. It is perfect for business and sightseeing. There are 8 banquet rooms, Japanese, Chinese and Western style restaurants, bars, indoor swimming pool and sauna.
Hotel Room
Buffet Dinner at the Hotel
Hamamatsu Metetsu Hotel
View from Hotel Room
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Hotel Crown Palais / HAMAMATSU METETSU Hotel
110-17, Itayacho, Hamamatsu City, Sizuoka

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