Mar 5 - Mar 6
Hotels in Makinohara start at $82 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
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After you and your family have spent some time in Makinohara, why not explore a little bit further afield? The Chubu region has myriad attractions waiting to be explored. Chubu is well known for its beaches, mountains and active volcanos, and commonly visited places of interest are ruins and castles. Visitors and locals alike in this corner of Japan can enjoy snowboarding and skiing.
Looking for more things to do? You could spend some time seeing Toyohashi Zoo and Botanical Park and Toyohashi Museum of Natural History, in Toyohashi, 45 miles (74 kilometers) to the west of Makinohara. The Hotel Associa Toyohashi and Loisir Hotel Toyohashi are just some of the Travelocity lodging options in Toyohashi. For another option, head to Fujiyoshida, 60 miles (97 kilometers) northeast of Makinohara, where you'll find the Yasuragino Bettei Shikitei and Highland Resort Hotel & Spa. Should you choose to stay in Fujiyoshida, it's worth visiting the Fuji-Q Highland and Komitake Shrine.
When enjoying sport is your most-cherished pastime, pay a visit to Hamamatsu Arena, located 25 miles (39 kilometers) to the west of Makinohara. Modern visitors that enjoy the ease of booking a room nearby, make a reservation in the Hotel Crown Palais Hamamatsu or Daiwa Roynet Hotel Hamamatsu.
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