・Ajisai Bridge: A beautiful vermilion bridge, located near Hakone-Yumoto Station, which is famous as a photo spot. Hydrangea is a flower that blooms in June, and Hakone is also a famous hydrangea, so it was named Hydrangea Bridge.
・The Hakone Open-Air Museum: This is an art museum that displays about 120 sculptures by artists who represent the modern era. Artworks are displayed on the vast green grounds, and you can take pictures as part of the artwork. You can also see the magnificent view of the Mt. Hakone!
・Hakone Tozan Cablecar: Visit Owakudani at an altitude of 1,044m by the cablecar. When you are on the ropeway, you will see the smoke of volcano Owakudani which suddenly appears in front of you. If the weather is nice, you can also enjoy the beautiful view of Mt. Fuji.
・Owakudani: Owakudani, created by the eruption of Hakone Volcano 3,000 years ago, still emits white smoke from all over the valley. Unlike Hakone, which is full of greenery, the rock surface is exposed and vegetation does not grow throughout the year. This is one of the must-see Hakone symbols where you can feel the breath of the earth.
・Hakone Pirate Ship: A large boat to cruise Lake Ashi. You can enjoy the magnificent view of Lake Ashi and the extraordinary onboard space decorated with French, British, and Swedish ships as models.
・Onshihakone Park: This park has a scenic spot overlooking Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji. There was a Hakone Imperial Villa where royals and international VIPs were greeted, and the atmosphere and view here is known as the best in Hakone. Take a walk in the garden with nature and the clear air.
・Hakone Shrine: A shrine with a history of 1,200 years or more. In particular, the Torii (wooden gate) standing on the lake is recently getting popular as a place where you can take unique photos. The vermilion Torii in the clear blue color lake is such a fantastic view!