Hakone: Onsen under the shadow of Mount Fuji

For a quick getaway from TokyoHakone (箱根) is just 70 minutes by train from the city. It is close enough to be a day trip but an overnight stay is best if you are seeking a brief and therapeutic escape from the big city.

Much of the area surrounding Hakone is part of a national park with spectacular views of Mt. Fuji (if the weather permit). It is a resort town that boasts a number of museums including the Hakone Open Air Museum with its Picasso exhibit.

It is fun day-trip which combines rides on several trains or buses, funicular, cable car and enjoy a cruise across the peaceful Ashino-ko lake, surrounded by natural beauty and the view of nearby Mt. Fuji.

Hakone is also one of Japan’s most popular hot spring resorts, with more than a dozen springs providing hot spring water to the many bath houses and ryokan in the area and an overnight stay at a Ryokan/Onsen is recommended.

Journey Highlights…

Hakone Shrine / Lake Ashinoko Cruise / Owakudani / Hakone Cable Car / Ropeway / Choanji Temple

Rates (group of up to six (6) people)

  • 10 hours Private Experience: JPY57.000
  • +JPY3.000 for the guide in case of Shinkansen.

Includes

  • Hotel pick up.
  • Your guide’s transportation and entrances.

Excludes

  • Food and drink costs. Please pay for the guide’s lunch.
  • Your transportation without JR Pass and entrances (~JPY7.000/day/pers.)
  • In the unplanned event of using taxis instead of public transportation, extra fees may apply.