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.
You may hear the samurai voice “Shitani, Shitani”, which means “Heads Down, Heads Down” because the Daymyo, one of the warload is coming, at Hakone Yumoto November 3rd event
Hakone is one of the best and most popular places to enjoy hot springs in Japan. There are many wonderful hotels and ryokan with onsen to enjoy, but there are also many beautiful places to enjoy during a day trip or for those looking to get many different experiences during their time here.
Japanese culture experience starts at Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan.
In addition to restaurants and shopping, the Hakone-en Park features the Hakone-en Aquarium, where you can enjoy fish from around the world, and the Komagatake Ropeway with runs 1,783 meters one way in 7 minutes.
Hakone Ashinoko(Lake Ashi) Boat Cruise have double hulls, so they have superior stability and twice the width.
"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."