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 Nature and Cultural Tour
The Old Tokaido is one of the five major roads built by Tokugawa Shogunate in early 17th century connecting Tokyo and Kyoto. Hakone was considered the most difficult part of the way due to its surrounding mountainous. This tour offers insights into ancient Japan by walking through some of its significant important historical sites.
This unique botanical garden, which display most of the aquatic plants seen in japanese wetlands, was first established in 1976. The botanical garden is located in Hakone-Sengokuhara, 650m (2,200 feet ) above sea level.
18 holes spread out on the shore of a lake, offering breathtaking scenery with the majestic Mt. Fuji.
Hakone`s Hatajuku Yosegi Zaiku ia a traditional local craft dating back to the Edo period of Japan.
The Hakone Open Air Museum covers over 70,000 square feet and has one of the most impressive collection of sculptures and works of Pablo Picasso in the world with a beautiful backdrop of the Hakone mountains.