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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Place of Worship
“Super old beautiful Japanese Shinto Shrine with stunning photo opportunities and super big old trees. You need to climb some stairs to get to the main buildings but it's a great place to check out if you go to Lake Ashi.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“You can visit Hakone day trip experience hot spring bath. You can take beautiful train Romance car , you can reserve on the web as Odakyu Romance car.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“焼き立てパン屋さんですが、3階にはレストランもあります。そのまま買って帰っても良し、2階で食べても良し、天気の良い日は屋外で足湯浸かって食べるのも最高です。 Although it burns up and is the baker, there is also a restaurant in the third floor. Good even back to buy as it is, good to eat on the second floor, good weather day is the best also to eat soaked footbath outdoors.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Establishment
“You can take ship and canue! Also you can enjoy restaurant around lake! Also you can see beautiful Fuji mountain from lake! Soooo beautiful location! ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Corner Shop
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“The Hakone Checkpoint was established in 1619 as one of the most important checkpoints of 53 in all by the Tokugawa Shogunate, for it was located in Mt. Hakone, the steepest spot on the Tokaido Highway then. There were two main purposes of the Hakone Checkpoint in particular as described “入り鉄砲に出女” meaning “guns in and women out.” Guns to be brought into Edo were allowed only on prior application and they were strictly checked. Wives of feudal lords were forced to live in Edo as a kind of hostage since the beginning of the Edo period to avoid any possible revolts against the shogunate. That's why women going out from Edo were also strictly inspected. There were female inspectors but it was very troublesome for female travelers to pass through the Hakone Checkpoint, even if they have Tegata(手形) a kind of passport. It was abolished in 1869 just after the Meiji Restoration and restored to the original state in 2007. There remain rows of cryptomeria or Japanese cedar by Ashino-ko, which consist of 400 trees nearly 400 years old along the historic road 500 meters long. It is said that they were planted by Matsudaira Masatsuna(松平正綱), a feudal lord of Kawagoe domain, who also planted cryptomeria on the Nikko-Kaido, the world longest cryptomeria avenue 35.4km. long registered on the Guinness Book.”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
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“玉村豊夫ライフアートミュージアムに隣接しているイタリアンレストランです。 イタリアから届いた大きな窯で焼き上げる約30種類もの本格ピッツァをはじめ、箱根西麓野菜、小田原や沼津港で仕入れた鮮魚を使った本格的なイタリアンはどれも美味です。”
  • 2 locals recommend
Establishment
“マンションの近くのバス停からバスで40分。 箱根のシンボル。ボート遊び、釣り、遊覧船が楽しめます。箱根の関所跡も江戸時代の旅人が最も恐れた場所を復元しているので見どころが多いです。”
  • 1 local recommends
Store
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  • 2 locals recommend
Museum
“昭和63年4月(1988年)に開館。現代日本画を中心にそのコレクションは4000点を超え、いまも増えつづけているそうです。 展望ラウンジからの眺望はもう一つの見どころです。 また、カフェも併設しています。”
  • 2 locals recommend
Park
  • 1 local recommends
Hotel
“関所は復元したものですが、資料館には実際に使われた武器や手形などの昔の貴重な資料が展示されています。関所と関所資料館はセットで見学可能です。箱根関所の歴史、重要性、経緯、出来事などが詳細に説明されています。日本語に加え、英語表記もされいますので、一部の外国人にも理解可能です。グッズショップもあります。”
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Restaurant
“焼き立てパン屋さんですが、3階にはレストランもあります。そのまま買って帰っても良し、2階で食べても良し、天気の良い日は屋外で足湯浸かって食べるのも最高です。 Although it burns up and is the baker, there is also a restaurant in the third floor. Good even back to buy as it is, good to eat on the second floor, good weather day is the best also to eat soaked footbath outdoors.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“玉村豊夫ライフアートミュージアムに隣接しているイタリアンレストランです。 イタリアから届いた大きな窯で焼き上げる約30種類もの本格ピッツァをはじめ、箱根西麓野菜、小田原や沼津港で仕入れた鮮魚を使った本格的なイタリアンはどれも美味です。”
  • 2 locals recommend
Store
  • 2 locals recommend
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Japanese Restaurant
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Bakery

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