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With as many as 13,000 people proudly calling this place home, you're sure to make some new friends!
To reach Hakone from Tokyo, the national capital, you'd need to head 50 miles to the southwest. Another good point of reference is Gotemba, which lies 7 miles to the northwest.
Fun-filled family attractions like the Hakone Toy Museum, Odawara Wanpaku Land and the Museum of the Little Prince are certain to get the young ones excited. And you never know, the grownups might just have a ball as well!
Take the plunge into a world that's teeming with sea life at Hakone-en Aquarium. Actually, come to think of it, you might be safer to stay on land. Some of these critters shouldn't be messed with!
If analysing combinations of hops and yeast is something that floats your boat, then Hakone most definitely has you covered. Put your skills to the test with the latest drop as you learn all about the brewing techniques they use at the Asahi Brewery Kanagawa. After that, when you're eager to experiment with the next style, make your way to the Inoue Sake Brewery.
This region takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a variety of places where you can go and learn about botanic specimens from both local and international habitats. A walk around the landscaped gardens at the Soga Bessho Bairin and the Odawara Kokian is not to be missed. For those travellers who are more dedicated, the Tsujimura Botanical Garden and the Hakone Gora Park also have some pleasing floral exhibits.
Great Boiling Valley and Manyo Park are some of the best places to bask in the sun, go for a picnic or just sit back and people-watch. Yugawara Seaside Park and Onshi Hakone Koen Park are a few more spots where you can surround yourself in greenery.
To really discover a place, there's nothing like gleaning some local knowledge. Whatever you're after, the dedicated staff at Hakone Visitor Center will be able to put you on the right track.
You'll be left speechless by the swirling displays of Fudo Falls and Sunset Falls. The cascading stream of water at Hiryu Falls and Chisuji Falls is also quite a sight to see.
The Hakone Komagatake Ropeway and Lake Ashi are charming places to disappear to if you're dying for some peace and quiet. Relax by the water and appreciate the charming views.
Do you find it tough to imagine taking a holiday and not being near the water? Yugawara Beach is calling your name.
You probably already know about its best shopping centres and squares, but don't forget that Hakone has some spectacular natural attractions too. Shitodo Cave and Mount Kamiyama are two to keep in the front of your mind. For a little bit more downtime, go to Mount Kintoki and Makuyama Park.
If you're seeking a few quiet places to compose yourself and maybe even learn something new, you can't go past the Hakone Open Air Museum and the Narukawa Art Museum. Check for group tours or just study the eye-opening displays at your own leisure. The Hakone Museum of Art and the Key Hiraga Museum are also must visits for museum nerds.
These days you don't have to traverse the seven seas to witness the many wonders of the world. You can visit places like the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History and the Monino Fureaikan instead, where an amazing array of fascinating objects and specimens are on show all in the one place.
With such a variety of excellent art exhibitions to take your pick of, you might need a small push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a strong coffee and heading over to the Ningen Kokuho Bijutsukan or the Nakagawa Kazumasa Museum of Art. Also look into what exhibitions are on at the Tamamura Toyoo Life Art Museum and the Pola Museum of Art.
Don't just study history, discover it with your own eyes at the Odawara Museum of Literature! Here you'll enjoy an exciting look into the defining moments and events that have left a mark on the area throughout the years.
Enjoy some insight into the past by exploring a few of Hakone's historic attractions. Though you're spoilt for choice, Odawara Castle and Yamanaka Castle are wonderful places to begin. If that doesn't satisfy the history buff in you, keep going to the Hakone Sekisho and the Buddhist Stoneworks at Motohakone.
Safeguarded between the solid walls of Doi Castle Ruins is a remarkable history. The heyday of times gone by can be felt around every corner.
You don't need to be a believer to explore Hakone Shrine and Gojyo Shrine, two attractions well known for their spiritual and cultural value. The Fukusenji Temple and Kibune Shrine are also major pieces of Hakone's spiritual identity.
Before you head home, don't forget to check out a few of the less popular visitor attractions here, such as the Hakone Ropeway, the Daihakone Country Club and the Hakone Pirate Ship.