Nature and Activity in Hakone

Located in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Fujiya Hotel is situated in an environment that lets you enjoy an abundance of nature and the four seasons.
With good access from the center of Tokyo, Hakone is a popular tourist resort all year round.
The area features hot springs, art galleries, and panoramic views of Mt. Fuji.
Here, you can enjoy Hakone in your own way and to your heart’s content.


Abundant hiking courses

Hiking in Hakone, which is located in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, lets you enjoy natural beauty, historic sites, and more.
Courses are situated in Owakudani, which bears the traces of Mount Hakone’s volcanic activity, and the peaks of Tonotake, Myojogatake, Myojingatake, and Mount Kintoki on the Outer Caldera of Hakone.
Ridge walking is also popular, with winding courses leading from Otome Pass or Nagao Pass to Mt. Mikuni and Hakone Pass.
The center of the caldera has the peaks of Mt. Kamiyama, Mt. Komagatake, and Mt. Kanmurigatake.
You can select courses according to your level of physical strength. The area is also popular with hikers.
The best season for hiking lasts from April to December.
Please enjoy these courses together with the beautiful changing scenery of the four seasons.

Lake Ashinoko/Moto-Hakone area

Moto-Hakone area is situated on the south shore of Lake Ashinoko. If the weather is fine, you can see Mt. Fuji reflected on the lake’s surface.
The area includes notable spots such as the historic Hakone Shrine, Sugi Namiki (Old Highway Trees), the museum of Hakone Checkpoint working in 17, 18 centuries, Moto-Hakone Stone Buddhas and stone pagodas, and more. You can also take a cruise on the lake on a sightseeing boat.


Here, you can watch the rising fumaroles and enjoy scenic views of Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashinoko.
This spot gives you a firsthand view of the volcanic activity.
Owakudani can be reached by car or ropeway, or you can enjoy hiking there from Kojiri lake shore.

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