Hakone, one of the oldest spas in Japan, has thrived since the 1870s, where visitors have long enjoyed lakes, green forests, and the unforgettable sight of Mt. Fuji. The smoke-emitting springhead of the spa, Owakudani, presents a dramatic view from the ropeway. Lake Ashi is crisscrossed by sightseeing boats, and the Hakone Open-Air Museum is famous for the works of Miro, Picasso, and others greats. Among its numerous additional attractions, Hakone features other museums and botanical gardens. The Keio Plaza Hotel’s Guest Relations is always happy to provide detailed information on how to travel to Hakone, as well as on other tourist sites and recommended spots. In addition, many tours depart frequently from our lobby, including a one-day trip to Hakone and Mt. Fuji. Make the most of these services to enjoy your spare time to the fullest during your stay in Tokyo.
Updated : 24 April,2017