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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.
Chef’s original Kaiseki full-course dinner containing local ingredients and hometown recipes such as Korobuta Shamo Nabe (pork hot pot), Kurogewagyu beef steak, banded blue-sprat, and other seasonal ingredients grown on the fertile land and caught in the rich ocean of Southern Kyushu.
The Lake View Toya Nonokaze Resort(ザ レイクビューTOYA 乃の風リゾート)
Dining options include all-you-can-eat buffet in the dining hall with a beautiful view of the lake, Japanese-style French dinner in a restaurant, and Japanese Kaiseki full-course dinner in a private dining room.
Enjoy a full kaiseki course dinner featuring the highest-grade Kagoshima black beef and Kagoshima black pork, raised at ryokan's own farm, with a nice view of a beautiful moss-covered Japanese garden. Guests staying in one of the sukiya-style annex rooms will have in-room dining. The ryokan’s main building becomes the dining hall in the evening.
Yuyama Onsen Motoyukan(油山温泉 元湯館)
A quiet mountain onsen ryokan serving traditional country-style meals using fresh seafood from the Suruga Bay, brand-name beef “Shizuoka Sodachi,” nama-shirasu (dried young sardines), raw Sakura shrimps, and other local seasonal ingredients charcoal-grilled in the hearth.
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.
Irori Kensan Yaki (Hearth-grilled Miso Rice-ball), a regional specialty cuisine where guests broil fresh local meats and vegetables as well as miso-marinaded rice balls over the charcoal fire. Kaiseki full-course dinner using seasonal ingredients is also available.