Connecting Odawara to Gora, the Hakone Tozan Railway has a history of over 130 years, including its start as a horse-drawn streetcar.
Summer in Hakone: Walking Tour and Lion Dance Experience
A shrine with a yudate (Shinto ritual in which the priest sprinkles water) tradition passed down from 1714 (An’ei 5). Although there are many yudate rituals throughout Japan, ones carried out by lions are rare. You can pray for health, safety, and rich harvest. The lion stirs the hot water with the fruit of kuma bamboo grass. Then, worshippers are sprinkled with hot water to be cleansed of evil spirits. You can also enjoy a walk in Miyanoshita.
The tradition of Yudate-kagura has been passed on since 1776. Spiritual rituals with the use of boiling water are performed throughout the country, but it is rare...
"Miyanoshita Sanpo" is an event in which you walk around Hakone Miyanoshita district with a map and enjoy the retro atmosphere.
A new interaction place based on Naraya ryokan which continued its business for more than 300 years in Miyanosita. Footbath can be experienced using hot spring....
Biggest feature is the outdoor art museum. With the beautiful scenery and mountains of Hakone in the background, you can enjoy art. There are approximately 120...
Near Sounzan Station, you can overlook Gora's cityscape as well as Mount Hakone. On sunny days, it is a perfect location to see Sagami Bay.