Highlights in Kanagawa
Hakone, Kamakura, and
Yokohama

Bask amid nature, temples and the metropolitan city in Kanagawa Prefecture which can be easily accessed from Tokyo.

Home to numerous sightseeing spots and museums, Hakone is famous as a hot spring resort that can be accessed easily from the city center. It includes places such as Kamakura, a historical city with plenty of ancient temples and shrines that are surrounded by mountains and the sea, and also the charming island of Enoshima, which is abundant with nature. Enjoy the gorgeous night view in Yokohama with the sea right before your eyes.



  • 1

    Ashinoko (Lake Ashi)

    Spectacular view of Mount Fuji and the vast lake, with various sightseeing spots around the area. Explore the waters on a pirate ship or a cruise boat.
  • 2

    Owakudani

    Created from the remnants of the last eruption of Mount Kamiyama about 3,000 years ago. White smoke enveloped the desolate ground and the air is filled with the smell of sulfur.
  • 3

    Okada Museum of Art

    Hakone’s largest art gallery which is integrated amid the nature of Hakone. Features an extensive garden as well as a café with a hot spring foot bath.
  • 4

    Hotel Indigo Hakone Gora

    Enjoy the local culture and nature in Hakone in this boutique hotel which comes equipped with a natural hot spring tub in every room.
  • 5

    Kamakura

    A historical city that is surrounded by mountains and the sea. Packed with attractions such as temples and their seasonal beauty, as well as scenic locations along the coastline.
  • 6

    Minato Mirai

    The most popular sightseeing area in Yokohama, and where the Landmark Tower, Red Brick Warehouse, and Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris Wheel are located. Also famous for its fantastic night view.
  • 7

    Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum

    World’s first food-themed amusement park. Famous ramen shops from all over the country are gathered here, and the museum gives off a nostalgic Japanese vibe.

HOW TO GET THERE

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  • The recommended route is chosen by The View of Japan and is not meant to be part of a tour trip. Please self-arrange public transport or a car/driver.
  • The scenery may vary depending on the time of travel and climate. Please confirm the weather, access, and conditions to designated attraction by yourself.
  • The flight frequency is as of 01 September 2019, and domestic flight frequency includes code-share flights with partner airlines and is subject to change without prior notice.