Experience the wonder of Japanese Foods
This distinctive restaurant was originally the residence of a silkworm farmer.
Enjoy robatayaki, a Japanese‐style barbecue cooked in front of customers in a restaurant.
2 minutes on foot from Hakone-Yumoto station. We will deliver local ingredients with charcoal BBQ.
At night this restaurant provides guests with authentic traditional kaiseki cuisine. The Head Chef of the Yumoto Fujiya Hotel offers a kaiseki menu that changes monthly to reflect the four seasons and the ingredients in season.
Hakone is home to many ryokan who have welcomed travelers for hundreds of years. The traditional form of hospitality known as "Omotenashi" is part of a cultural experience at a ryokan. This is the story of one of many places in Hakone that have been in operation for more than 300 years.
The Fujiya Hotel in Hakone opened on July 15, 1878. The classic exterior of the building is full of attractions, and the hotel is one of the pioneer resort hotels in Japan. The guest lists for this hotel includes Albert Einstein, Charlie Chaplin, Helen Keller, Dwight Eisenhowser, Emperors, and many more.