Exploring the beauty of Hakone also gives you a chance to experience some wonderful local delicacies in the the area. Each village in Hakone has their own popular places to have lunch or dinner. Most visitors will tour the town and eat out during the day and go back to their hotel or ryokan for a fabulous meal. The meals served at ryokan are often special experiences themselves and should be had at least once during your time in Japan. The hotels often offer buffet style dining, but depend on your accommodation.
Buckwheat flour is from Hokkaido, soup stock is from thickly sliced bonito, and soup stock is a combination of bonito and mackerel. Enjoy the pesticide-free, non-natural taste.