Hamamatsu City

Strategically situated at the midpoint between Tokyo and Osaka, Hamamatsu serves as a central hub within Japan, easily accessible by both land and air. As the most populous city in Shizuoka Prefecture, boasting approximately 800,000 residents, Hamamatsu holds the status of a government-designated city. The city is bifurcated into two primary regions: the urban zone surrounding Hamamatsu Station and the idyllic resort area near Lake Hamana, characterized by its verdant landscapes.

Renowned as a leading industrial city in Japan, Hamamatsu excels in a diverse array of advanced manufacturing sectors. These include textiles, precision instruments, and hardware, as well as pioneering developments in optical technology and electronics. The city hosts global industry leaders such as Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda, Kawai, Hamamatsu Photonics, Roland, and FCC. Additionally, it serves as a fertile ground for numerous high-achieving small-to-medium enterprises and startups. This rich industrial ecosystem positions Hamamatsu as Japan’s industrial capital.

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Climate in Hamamatsu

You will find a climate graph for Hamamatsu. The red vertical line marks the time frame of the conference, giving you an idea of the weather you can expect during the event.