Experience traditional Japanese hospitality and charm
Hakone has many ryokan, some have welcomed travellers for hundreds of years. The history and culture of hospitality in Hakone is our pride and our cultural roots. There are many ryokan to choose from for a wonderful experience while you are in Japan. Hakone has a wide range of traditional, modern, and classic ryokan in a variety of natural settings. Each place has a distinct history, personality, and experience for you to discover.
"Ryuguden is a ryokan(a traditional Japanese inn with tatami-mat rooms) with over 70 years of history, which is located on the shore of Lake Ashi in Hakone. On clear days, the view of Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji is truly breathtaking.
The ryokan has 117m2 conference room, a typical Japanese style banquet room with tatami mats, onsen hot spring, and karaoke room. Enjoy your relaxing stay at rooms with lake view or at rooms with private hot spring bath."
Offering a sun terrace and hot spring bath, Matsuzakaya Honten is set in Hakone in the Kanagawa Region. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
A true sanctuary facing magnificent mountain in Hakone, away from your bustling city life.
The Fujiya Hotel in Hakone opened on July 15, 1878. The classic exterior of the building is full of attractions, and the hotel is one of the pioneer resort hotels in Japan. The guest lists for this hotel includes Albert Einstein, Charlie Chaplin, Helen Keller, Dwight Eisenhowser, Emperors, and many more.
Visit one of Japan`s oldest and most historical hotels and add your name to a guestbook that includes Einstein, Keller, Chaplain, Lennon and more.
The Fujiya Hotel is one of the most famous hotels in Japan with a long and distinguished history of welcoming guests for more than 100 years. Explore the traditional architecture and services that have been enjoy by the likes of Helen Keller, Charlie Chaplin, and John Lennon over the years.