The Hakone Open-Air Museum is one of the most popular and highly acclaimed museums in Japan. See world class sculptures by Rodin, Picasso, Calder, and more in a natural setting with the Hakone mountains as a backdrop. The spacious grounds are fun to explore and make the discovery of new art an enjoyable experience. Visit theOpen-Air Museum`s Picasso Pavilion to see one of the largest and impressive collections of work by Picasso on exhibit in the world.
The Hakone Open-Air Museum is an excellent combination and use of the art and natural surroundings that Hakone is famous for. The blue skies and green mountains give a spacious and dramatic setting for you to leisurely enjoy the art of the world`s most famous sculptors.
The museum is located just a few steps from the Hakone Tozan train`s “Chokoku no Mori” train station. The ease of access makes a visit to this museum easy to fit into any schedule.
|Address||4 Tounosawa Hakone-ｍachi Ashigara-ｓimo-gun|
|Business Hours||Weekdays from 10:00 to 21:00 (as for the last entrance 20:00) Saturdays and holidays from 10:00 to 22:00 (as for the last entrance 21:00)|
|Regular Holiday||Always without holiday (irregular maintenance)|
|Price||Adults (Junior High School and Older) ¥1400 Child (Elementary School Age) ¥700 We encourage guests with small children to use private hot springs available for rental to create a more enjoyable and memorable experience for all. (Private Outdoor Baths: One room, One hour ¥3900-¥5900)|
|Bathing||Yurakuan Large Communal Hot Springs Women: 1 Indoor Bath, 5 Outdoor Baths (2 Stone Baths, 2 Personal Tub Baths, 1 Large Bath)|
|Facilities||Restaurant/Souvenir Shop/Relaxation Room/Sauna|
|Access||Access by Train 3min Free Shuttle Bus ride from Hakone Yumoto Station 5min walk from Hakone Tozan Train Line`s Tonosawa Station Access by Car 10min from Hakone-Guchi Exit of the Odawara Atsugi Expressway 45min from Gotenba Exit of the Tomei Expressway Free Parking in Available (92cars)|