Yosegi Zaiku is a special type of woodwork with origins in the mountains of Hakone. This craft has hundreds of years of history and is designated as a special craft of Japanese culture. This craft used different naturally colored wood layed out in intricate geometric patterns to make complex and beautiful designs.
18 holes spread out on the shore of a lake, offering breathtaking scenery with the majestic Mt. Fuji.
Discover this hidden temple behind the hill, a place of historical significance and the resting place for generations of the family that ruled over central Japan, the Hojo Clan.