2020 Anniversary Lake Hamana Gastronomy Tour (Dragnet Fishing and BBQ)

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Hamana and west of Hamamatsu, Kanzan-ji Temple is known as a hot spring town. You can enjoy dragnet fishing at the Kanzan-ji Sun Beach located north of the hot spring town Kanzan-ji Temple. Dragnet fishing is a traditional fishing method at Lake Hamana of which both ends of a net placed by boats on the coast are hauled together in pace with shouts. At Sago oyal Hotel, you can enjoy BBQ'ing the fishes you caught. Observing and interacting with various living things in Lake Hamana through fishing is another charm of this campaign. Those who apply for this plan will receive special gifts too.

Benefits ・Original plan that includes the Lake Hamana traditional fishing experience and accommodation.
・Comes with special gifts limited to 2020
How to apply for campaign benefits Please flash the campaign webpage on the JNTO website on your smartphone or print out the page and bring it with you.
Campaign benefits application period April 1 to October 31, 2020
Number of campaign benefit applicants Unlimited
Application conditions Minimum: 20 people
* Please consult us separately if there are 20 or lesser people.
Maximum: 50 people
* Please consult us separately if there are 50 or more people
Disclaimer We are not responsible to compensate for any damages to the traveler due to natural disasters, wars, riots, suspension of transportation or accommodation services, orders from public offices, or other reasons not involving us or our agents.
Website URL https://www.inhamamatsu.com/japanese/recommend/seine-fishing.php
Specific campaign webpage URL https://www.inhamamatsu.com/recommend/2020-campaign.php
JNTO 2020 campaign webpage URL https://www.japan.travel/2020/en/campaigns/019/
Prefecture Shizuoka Prefecture
Facility name Kanzan-ji Sun Beach
Facility location 1832-1 Kanzanjicho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu
Contact details for customers Contact: iN HAMAMATSU.COM
Email: info@inhamamatsu.com
Languages: Japanese, English, and Chinese (simplified and traditional), and Indonesian