Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan
Japanese culture experience starts at Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan.
Walk the streets of Hakone to see something beautiful
Japanese architecture is really unique in the world. There have been influences from around the world, different periods of time, but most importantly the domestic development of techniques using Japanese materials. In Hakone you can take a tour exploring the traditional wood work techniques of temple builders, see the western influenced designs from a century ago, and explore the Japanese inn.
The designs, buildings, and places of Hakone give you a chance to learn and feel the history and culture of Japan. Even exploring the entrance and hallways of a traditional Japanese ryokan can give you insight that would be hard to discover anywhere else. There are also pieces of modern architectural masters hidden throughout the hills of Hakone as vacation villas or art museums. We encourage you to explore the details to see the big picture.
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.
Hakone`s Hatajuku Yosegi Zaiku ia a traditional local craft dating back to the Edo period of Japan.
Hakone is a wonderful place to see and experience different activities. The history and culture of the area is a wonderful setting to discover much of Japan`s beauty. Many of the activities are cultural or take advantage of the natural beauty of the area. These are the best things to do in Hakone while you are here.
A Ryokan is a Japanese traditional inn. Sometimes modern and sometimes with a history of hundreds of years. A stay in a ryokan during your time in Japan is an amazing experience
Hakone has many hiking trails with different lengths and levels of difficulty. Each Hakone trail has a wonderful story and abundant natural sites to see along the way. Hakone has just released an English hiking map available at local stations and information centers.