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Sightseeing around

A hidden hideaway in a quiet bamboo forest


  • 5-minute walk

    • Bog Plant Group

      Sengokuhara was a time when the upstream of the Hayakawa River was dammed up and the water was flooded widely.
      The remnant remains as a wetland in various places.
      Due to the meteorological conditions of the highlands that add to it, there are precious Bog Plant Group Daigatake a Submontane District
      It has been designated as a national treasure.
    • Silver Grass field

      The old Lake Ashinoko was divided into two parts by the volcanic mud flow that comes from the Kamiyama explosion port,
      The southern half has become the current Lake Ashinoko and the northern half has become a marshland.
      Rare moist plants such as Nohanashobu and sphagnum form a community,
      In 1934, part of the marsh was designated as a natural monument.
      The scenery of Japanese pampas grass fluttering in the wind in autumn is spectacular.
      (Kanagawa Best 50 Sights)
    • Otome Pass

      Around Otome Pass is, in Edo (time period) Mt Otome of the Sengokuhara barrier.
      It was a mountain where villagers could not enter and leave freely.It seems that the origin of Yamana comes from there.
      The view of Mt Fuji from this area is very beautiful, and it has been famous as a place to view Mt Fuji since ancient times.
      In addition, it is a pass where the Kojo Otome Legend
    • Lake Ashinoko

      Lake Ashinoko is a long and narrow lake with a circumference of 20km that was created in the caldera of Hakone Volcano about 400,000 years ago.
      "Inverted Fuji" seen from the south coast is one of the best views of Hakone.
      You can enjoy sightseeing boats, boats, and fishing on the lake.
      The lakeside is dotted with tourist facilities such as the Former Kaido (highway) Suginamiki and Hakone Sekisho Checkpoint.
      It is the center of tourism in Hakone.
      Altitude 725m, deepest part 44m.
    • Musee Du Petit Prince De Saint Exupery A Hakone

      Author of Saint-Exupéry, the author of "The Du Petit Prince"
      A museum as a 100th anniversary project.
      Introducing his life and world through the streets and living environment of France.
      Also, Du Petit Prince" is reproduced.
      There is a restaurant, shops, a video hall, a garden and a chapel.
  • 10-minute walk

    • Hakone Shisseikaen

      A collection of representative plants that color the wetlands of Japan
      This is the first bog garden in Japan.
      In the park, in addition to 200 species of wetland plants scattered throughout Japan from lowlands to Takayama,
      1,300 species of grasslands, forests and Takayama plants are collected,
      In addition, about 1700 species of plants, including rare foreign mountain grasses, bloom in every season.
      The garden path is from lowlands to Takayama, from early marshes to developed marshes.
      You can see the plants.

      Hakone Shisseikaen
    • Hakone Venetian Glass Museum

      Venetian Glass Museum, from the 15th to the 18th centuries
      A lot of Venetian Glass that made European nobles enthusiastic.
      Modern Venetian Glass Museum of Contemporary Glass exhibits Modern Venetian Glass from the latter half of the 19th century.
    • Pola Museum of Art

      Impressionism centered on Monet Renoir, modern Western painting centered on 20th century painting,
      A collection of about 9,500 modern Japanese paintings, contemporary Japanese paintings, prints, sculptures, etc.