Hamamatsu Arena is a gymnasium located in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
It is the home arena of the F-League (futsal) team Agremina Hamamatsu, and home games of the B-League team Santo Neo Phoenix are held there.
In the past, it was a qualifying venue for the 2006 Basketball World Championships.
Getting to the Stadium
The gymnasium is located in the Hamamatsu area, and is a 15-minute walk from Tenryugawa Station on the Tokaido Line if you want to go there by train only.
From Nagoya, it takes about 45 minutes to get to Hamamatsu Station by Tokaido Shinkansen, and from Tokyo, it takes less than two hours by Tokaido Shinkansen "Kodama".
From Tokyo, it takes less than two hours to get to Hamamatsu Station on the Tokaido Line.
Hamamatsu Arena has space for 650 cars, which can be parked for a fee.
The fee is 200 yen per visit.
About the Stadium
Location: 808-1 Wadacho, Higashi-ku, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Shizuoka as a reference for planning your trip.
Hamamatsu area of Shizuoka is closer to Aichi Prefecture, so if you want to go there from Tokyo, you will have to use the Shinkansen.
Although the Nozomi does not stop, the Hikari train connects Tokyo and Hamamatsu in about 1 hour and 30 minutes. If you want to go to Iwata, you can take the Tokaido Line from Hamamatsu.
Although there are a few hotels in Hamamatsu, there are not that many accommodations in the area.
Since the Shinkansen runs until late in the day, most people tend to go to Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka after watching the game.
Here are some hotels in the Hamamatsu and Iwata areas, including those for sightseeing in Shizuoka the next day.
There are no nationally famous tourist spots in Hamamatsu.
If you are coming from Toyohashi on a local train, the Red Torii Gate at Bentenjima is easy to reach from the station.
In Shizuoka Prefecture, Hamamatsu is famous for its dumplings and eels.
Hamamatsu is famous for its dumplings and eel.
Here is a selection of stores in the Hamamatsu and Iwata areas.