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The air park is free. It is amazing with kids, but also good fun as an adult.
Lots of interesting things to see: There is a variety of fighter jets, search and rescue and training plains exhibited. You can dress up as a pilot and...More
Don't be put off by other people's comments - this place can easily be reached by public bus for a fare of around 500 yen each way on bus number 51. The bus trip takes about 20 minutes, and then you just walk 50m to...More
The Hamamatsu airpark located north-west of Hamamatsu city is part of the Japan Self Defence Force facility. It is an active air force base so you will see jet trainers and helicopters in action while you visit this museum. The museum is located in an...More
No direct bus ride to the place you need to walk a bit but then its free . The are quite a few static aircraft on display which is nice . The best part is you can rent a pilot costume and actually go and...More
It took some time to take the bus and then walk to this museum, and then to get back to Hamamatsu City, but it was well worth it to learn about the history and aircraft of the modern Self-Defense Force. Apart from the modern planes,...More
If you go to Hamamatsu, you should visit this facility.
The facility is admission free and you can see a variety of aircraft.
There're some warplanes that you can sit on the pilot's seats.
The facility is equipped with flight simulators available for free.
What an Air Park. Firstly, it free! The static plane display is awesome. Visitors get to sit in the cockpits of various fighter jets and there's also a simulator for you to fly a plane. One can rent for free pilot overalls and helmet for...More
Following the reviews of the Air Park we made our way their by public transport. It was quite an effort dealing with the bus system and then trying to negotiate the walk from the bus stop to the Air Park in the absence of any...More