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Gateway to the Hakone district is Odawara, about 30 minutes from Tokyo on the Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train.

A further 30 minutes by road brings you to Lake Ashi, set amid the wild expanses of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. The lake forms a scenic beauty spot with classic views of Mount Fuji, now a World Heritage site. This district is also one of Japan's leading areas for hot spring resorts thanks to the abundant flow and varied composition of the natural waters. A further attraction lies in the numerous art galleries dotted among the sweeping landscapes.

Recommended Experiences

  • View of Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji from Narukawa Art Museum

    About 10 minutes' drive from The Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko

  • Hakone Venetian Glass Museum

    About 20 minutes' drive from the Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko

  • Pleasure boat on Lake Ashi in the Hakone district

  • A Mini Trip to Tokyo’s Suburb Discover the Still Unknown Places of Hakone

Experiences in Hakone by travelers from overseas

The articles posted on “Voyapon”, introducing various experiences in Japan.