28may8:00 am7:00 pmHAKONE NATIONALPARK
SUN • 28 MAYCOST BY AGE GROUP:$5 (Deployed Affected)$65 (13 & Up)$55 (6–12)$45 (3–5)$30 (2 & Under if a
SUN • 28 MAY
COST BY AGE GROUP:
$5 (Deployed Affected)
$65 (13 & Up)
$30 (2 & Under if a seat is needed)
Depart 8 a.m.
Valley 11 a.m.–12:40 p.m.
(Free time & lunch on your own)
Boat Ride 1:15–1:40 p.m.
Check Point 2–3 p.m.
Shrine 3:15–4:15 p.m.
Return 7 p.m.
Tour cost includes your bus transportation, the ropeway, boat
cruise and checkpoint admissions. If the gas alert is announced,
we may leave the valley early for lunch by the lake. The path to
the geyser is not yet open completely to the public.
Persons with respiratory illness may be affected by the volcanic
Hakone National Park is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park,
less than 150 miles from Tokyo. Famous for its volcanic landscapes
and hot springs, Hakone National Park is one of the most popular
destinations among Japanese and international tourists. See a
sweeping view of the National Park from the aerial cable car
and at the “Owakudani” valley (Hell Valley), where you will see
smoking volcanic activity and be able to sample the volcanic
cooked black eggs. Enjoy the natural scenery and a delightful
boat ride across Lake Ashi. Hakone Checkpoint used to be an
important checkpoint to control traffic along the Tokaido highway
which linked Tokyo with Kyoto during the feudal Edo Period.
This checkpoint controlled weapons from being brought into
Edo and also kept women and children from fleeing. It was in
operation for more than 260 years until 1868, when the Edo
period changed to the Meiji period. Hakone Shrine stands at
the foot of Mt. Hakone along the shores of Lake Ashi. Founded
in 757, this shrine is known for the large red torii gate that
stands in the lake.
(Sunday) 8:00 am - 7:00 pm