Authentic Italian restaurant-woodfired pizzas and fresh salad and more-
This is an old school Western style Japanese dishes restaurant loved by locals for over 40 years. You can enjoy pasta, meat dishes, fish dishes, and handmade cakes here.
At "La Forêt" the Hakone Highland Hotel’s French restaurant, the master chef offers cuisine steeped in traditional Grand Cuisine techniques incorporating Japanese ingredients and cooking techniques to it.
The superb view hot spring which looks at Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji from a country registration tangible cultural property
Moto-Hakone Guest House is a small family style inn which is located a famous historical area by Lake Ashi. We provide tatami-mats room, Futon beds, yukata (Japanese cotton bathrobe) and towels to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.
During the Edo period (1603-1868), the role of the barrier stations changed from that of a military fortress to that of a police station, inspecting travelers and their luggage as they traveled along the roads. In particular, it seems that they kept a close watch on the wives of daimyos (feudal lords) who were kept as hostages in Edo to ensure that they did not rebel against the shogunate by fleeing back to their homeland, and to prevent large quantities of weapons from being brought into Edo without permission.