Features of Hakone・Yugawara Onsen
One of the oldest hot springs in the Kanto region and a popular resort that is easily accessible by both car and train, just 90 minutes from Tokyo. The Hakone Tozan Railway, which is popular for its hydrangea train, can take you up to an altitude of around 700 meters, where you can enjoy various sceneries of the seaside. The Hakone Museum of Art, Gora Park, Lake Ashinoko, and the silvergrass fields of Sengokuhara are especially popular during the spring and and autumn.
Hot spring inns/hotels in Hakone Yugawara Onsen: 14
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The Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko(ザ・プリンス箱根芦ノ湖（旧:ザ・プリンス箱根）)
Meals that make use of local ingredients and guest rooms where you can enjoy the nature of Hakone. After a walk in the garden, soak in the open-air bath. The adjacent Hakone-en Park features the Komagatake ropeway, the Lake Ashi boat cruise, the aquarium and many other attractions.
Guests can enjoy seasonal kaiseki cuisine that makes use of the local, seasonal ingredients. A delgight for all the senses with a particular focus on fresh ingredients, bowls and plates, and cooking methods. Enjoy a leisurely meal in the comfort of your room.
Tasteful and beautiful meals made with seasonal ingredients brought in from Hokkaido including fresh vegetables, seafood, meat and dairy products as well as local ingredients of Hakone. Expert chefs carefully prepare each dish in a seasonal kaiseki dinner course, a dining experience that stimulates all five senses.