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Hakone

Hakone
Tailor-made Hakone Holidays

Hakone is defined by lakes, hot springs and mountains, including Japan’s most instantly recognisable peak, Mount Fuji, whose iconic snow-dusted cone can be appreciated in its awe-inspiring magnificence from viewpoints around the area. Part of a national park just 55 miles from Tokyo, this verdant bolthole is made for leisurely exploration and there’s no shortage of ways to do that.

Cable cars and funiculars rise to summits that offer breathtaking panoramic vistas; ancient paths and tranquil hiking trails lead to volcanic valleys and half-hidden temples; and boats of all kinds criss-cross lakes where waterside shrine gates make a dramatic counterpoint to the vision of Mount Fuji behind. And it’s not just about the landscape. Hakone’s widely scattered settlements provide a chance to watch artisans at work, gaze at art in galleries and sculpture parks, or relax in the thermal waters of a public bathhouse or private onsen.

For a Hakone tour that will refresh your mind and body, speak to our Japan specialists to unearth the perfect place to stay and the hidden corners you won’t want to miss.

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Susukinohara Ichinoyu, a hot-spring hideaway in Hakone

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Your journey will start with one of our UK team – someone like Malcolm, who's travelled extensively in Japan. They’ll shape your ideas into the trip of a lifetime. But they won't do it alone. They'll draw on the expertise of our contacts on the ground, connecting you to the people who'll make your holiday one you'll always remember - the tea devotee who'll introduce you to the ceremony surrounding Japan's national drink, the noodle guru who'll teach you how to make the perfect bowl of soba and the ryokan owner who'll tutor you in the relaxing art of the onsen.

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