Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan
Japanese culture experience starts at Hakone Sekisho Tabimonogatari Kan.
Learn, wear, and walk in traditional Japanese clothes
Looking for the perfect experience for the perfect photo shoot? There are kimono rentals in the Hakone Yumoto area that give you the chance to choose your design and be clothed by professionals. Hakone Yumoto is the perfect place to walk and feel the sights of Japan.
Take the time to go on a rickshaw tour of Hakone too. There are a few optins to choose from. Riding this traditional form of transportation gives you a personal tour of the local history and special spots in Hakone. Discover the perfect photo opportunities along the river, in front of traditional inns, or even with your guide. There are plans available and each experience can also be enjoyed separately. Please contact us for details or reservations.
Hakone Shrine is one of the most popular destinations in the area. The shrine has a history of more than 1000 years. The shrine has been popular with samurai, celebrities, and travelers for centuries. Come visit and experience the culture and history of Japan.
If you are inked there are still many wonderful opportunities to enjoy the Japanese hot spring in Hakone
Hakone`s Kosui Festival starts soon! Hakone has a week of festivities centered around Lake Ashi and the historic Hakone Shrine. The Hakone Summer Festival Week will be held from 7/31 to 8/5. This is a week full of festivities, fireworks, food stalls, and live performances. Each evening there will be a fireworks event on the shores of Lake Ashi.
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.
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.