The round course outlined below starts and ends in Hakone-Yumoto and circles the Hakone region in the counter-clockwise direction. Of course, it is also possible to follow the course in the opposite direction or to start and end somewhere different.
If you leave early in the morning, it is possible to completed the Hakone round course in a one day trip from Tokyo. However, we recommend allocating two days and one night to your visit, preferably with a stay at a ryokan with hot spring baths.
A peaceful ryokan with private outdoor onsen baths. Surrounded by beautiful nature. 10min from Hakone Yumoto Sta by bus. Wi-Fi available. English speaking staff.
Choose from Japanese traditional ryokan, private guest residence and budget hotel. 10 min walk from Hakone Yumoto station.
Each Japanese-style room has an open-air hot spring bath. 3 min from Hakone- Yumoto Stn., this high-class ryokan was built in 2013 and serves kaiseki meals.
Okudo-Saryo Rikyu-an inn
Have a taste of the very best Kyoto-style Kenko-Kaiseki meals. Relax in our milky mineral water hot springs. Only 8 rooms, cozy atmosphere.
Kinnotake in Hakone
Enjoy kaiseki cuisine for breakfast and dinner in your guest room in this luxury ryokan. All guest rooms are furnished with an open-air hot spring bath.
A ryokan with wonderful baths and more than 350 years of history, featured in Hiroshigefs Ukiyo-e prints.
An onsen ryokan on riverside. 2 min walk from Hakone Yumoto Sta. Internet connections in the room. Check-out until 11AM.