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Hakone Stone Buddhas Tour & Ashinoyu Onsen

Western Area 8h30m

After visiting stone Buddha statues that pray for the safety of travelers and a history museum, you'll be enjoying a secluded hot spring in Hakone.

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Grave of Yaobikuni Nun

About 700 years ago, from the late Kamakura period through the early Muromachi period, countless stone statues and pagodas of Jizo Bosatsu were built. Most of them have been designated as National Cultural Properties. The entire area which preserves these statues was also designated as a National Historic Sites. Photos Provided by photolibery

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Rokudo Jizo Statues

About 700 years ago, from the late Kamakura period through the early Muromachi period, Jizo Bosatsu was worshipped as Buddha who would save and protect travelers, and many stone statues and pagodas of Jizo Bosatsu were built.

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Grave of Tadano Mitsunaka

This grave was built about 700 years ago in the late Kamakura period, and was designated as National Cultural Property and a National Historic Site. At the time the grave was built, this area was still volcanic and desolated, which terrified the travelers. They were so afraid of it that they called this area "A Road to Hell". Stone statues and pagodas were built to ease the anxieties of terrifi...

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Kinokuniya

Back in the day, the biggest difficulty for those travelling on the Tokaido road was Hakone. The place of healing for them was Hakone Ashinoyu hotspring. More than 300 years ago, in 1715, "Kinokuniya" was born in Ashinoyu. Here you can enjoy the high quality hotsprings.

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