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Lake Hamana Nukumori no Mori

A peaceful forest retreat in a fairytale world.

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Model house and commercial complex

“Nukumori no Mori" is a medieval European landscape that looks like something out of a picture book. The late architect Shigeyoshi Sasaki spent more than 20 years carefully creating this warm and welcoming space. The small stone house and antique furniture imported from Europe create a fairytale-like atmosphere. It is also a popular spot for wedding photos. The forest has store huts surrounded by greenery. Some of them are water mill huts or huts with mushroom-like silhouettes.

At the park's restaurant, you can enjoy Chef Terada's creative French courses that incorporate a lot of local seasonal ingredients. Seating is limited, so reservations are recommended. The chef is happy to discuss allergies and preferences.

Nukumori no Mori's most popular product, "Forest Cheesecake Shop" is handmade in the workshop using local fruits and Hokkaido cream cheese. It is also available by mail order to enjoy at home.

There is also a gelato store, an aroma store, and a general store, as well as well-kept gardens that should not be missed. If it's your birthday, you can get free admission. Why not spend an unforgettable birthday in the world of fairy tales?

Highlights

  • An atmosphere reminiscent of medieval Europe.
  • It is decorated with carefully selected antique furniture and stone huts.
  • In the restaurant, you can enjoy seasonal courses prepared by a French chef.
  • The bottle cheesecake made from local fruits is also popular.

Photos

  • A stone house hidden in the woods

    A stone house hidden in the woods

  • Reminiscent of Medieval Europe

    Reminiscent of Medieval Europe

  • Also cafes and stores

    Also cafes and stores

Reviews

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  • Robert Chen

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Details

Name in Japanese
浜名湖 ぬくもりの森
Postal Code
431-1115
Address
2949 Wajicho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka
Telephone
053-486-1723
Holiday
Thursdays (Varies by store. Temporary closures may occur)
Hours
11:00am-4:00pm, Weekends and holidays 10:00am-5:00pm (Last admission is 30 minutes before closing)
*Restaurant: Lunch (reservations prioritized; two slots) 11:30am-1:20pm, 1:30pm-3:20pm / Dinner 6:00pm-9:30pm (last order 8:00pm; reservation required)
Admission
Junior high school students and older: 400 yen; free for those over 70
Directions
1) From Hamamatsu Station on the JR Tokaido Main Line, take the Entetsu Bus for about 40 minutes, get off at Sujikaibashi bus stop, and walk 5 minutes.
2) 10 minutes by car from the Hamamatsu Nishi Interchange on the Tomei Expressway .
Credit Cards
Not accepted
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)