One of the most famous onsen (hot springs resorts) in Japan, Hakone hosts over 20 million visitors per year.
Its location in the center of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park offers prime spots for viewing Mt. Fuji, a World Heritage site.
Hakone is brimming with a variety of appealing options, including abundant hot springs, art museums that tastefully blend into the beautiful nature in their surroundings, over 100 Japanese-style inns and hotels, an eclectic mix of means of transportation, traditional handicrafts and an old highway that still appears as it did during the Edo Period (1603-1868). With incredibly easy access to Tokyo and an abundance of post-event excursions available, Hakone is an ideal location for conventions and other events.
Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)→Togendai Station：Odakyu Hakone Highway Bus (160 min.)
Tokyo Station→Hakone-Yumoto Station：(JR Line
Shinjuku Station→Hakone-Yumoto Station：Odakyu Line
Yokohama Station→Hakone-Yumoto Station：(JR Line
Providing tourism pamphlets and other introductory information about Hakone
Hakone yosegi-zaiku parquetry
Cherry blossoms in Miyagino on the bank of the Hayakawa River
View of Mt. Fuji from Ashinoko Lake
Hakone Sekisho (checkpoint)
View of Mt. Fuji from Daikanzan
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