FUJIYA HOTEL LAKE VIEW ANNEX
Experience the quality of Japanese hospitality and refined elegance
Hakone has many traditional ryokan and Japanese inns. Some these accomodation have welcomed travelers for hundreds of years. Hakone is a mountainous area between the cultural capital of Kyoto and the political center of Tokyo. The roads through Hakone were some of the most famous and well known. The people and ryokan in Hakone have perfected the art of Japanese Hospitality, known as Omotenashi. An experience at a ryokan is a highlight for many people visiting Japan and we welcome you as we have other travellers for centuries.
Featuring open-air hot spring bath and relaxation spa, Kinnotake Tonosawa is a beautiful ryokan in Hakone surrounded by water and bamboo trees.
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.
Hakone is right next to Hakone. Access to the beautiful mountain is easy by car or bus and there are amazing spots to see Fuji from the peaks of Hakone. Visiting Fuji is one of the most popular things to do in Hakone.
At ""La Forêt"" the Hakone Highland Hotel’s French restaurant, the master chef offers cuisine steeped in traditional Grand Cuisine techniques incorporating Japanese ingredients and cooking techniques to it.
From Sep. to Nov., beautiful pampas grass fields spread out at the foot of the mountain.
Sengokuhara is the large highland valley near Lake Ashi. This area is famous for museums, resorts, golfing, and access to the Mt. Fuji area.