Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan
Japanese culture experience starts at Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan.
Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, and More
Hakone is essentially the forested area within a dormant volcanic caldera. There are deep forests to explore, mountains to climb, and lakes to paddle. Here are some activities to do for those who enjoy the outdoors.
You can enjoy a guided kayak or canoe trip on Lake Ashi.
Hike the mountains of Hakone to discover views of Mt. Fuji, mountain temples, or hidden waterfalls.
Explore the wooded highlands of Sengokuhara on a mountain bike tour with Mountain Ripper.
The beauty of nature is all over Hakone and is free to explore. Contact us for information of suggested routes, seasonal activities and more.
Hakone`s Kosui Festival starts soon! Hakone has a week of festivities centered around Lake Ashi and the historic Hakone Shrine. The Hakone Summer Festival Week will be held from 7/31 to 8/5. This is a week full of festivities, fireworks, food stalls, and live performances. Each evening there will be a fireworks event on the shores of Lake Ashi.
Hakone Shrine is one of the most popular destinations in the area. The shrine has a history of more than 1000 years. The shrine has been popular with samurai, celebrities, and travelers for centuries. Come visit and experience the culture and history of Japan.
Owakudani, the steaming vents of Hakone are a highlight of any visit to the area. See, feel, and experience the wonders of Japan
The course acts as host to the CAT Ladies Golf Tournament for professional female golfers.
If you are inked there are still many wonderful opportunities to enjoy the Japanese hot spring in Hakone