Private tour in Hakone to cover must see spots
Visit Hakone to prospect Mt. Fuji over Ashinoko lake, touch the cool air on lake cruising, and explore the ancient Edo time Hakone highway Route 1, Visit Hakone Marquetry atlier shop and see the craft master's demo, communicating with him.
Enjoy local soba(buck wheat) noodles or fried lake smelt.
With a friendly weather, the breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji from the ropeway(currently closed due to too high sulphuric gas) and the volcanic valley. The scenes will remain in your memory forever.
9:00a: Meet your guide at Odawara station bullet train ticket gate.
Mountain rail to Gora , then cable car to Sounzan.
Ropeway to Owakudani volcanic valley, then to Togendai to the lake cruise to Sekisho Ato.
After walking through cedar shaded old highway Route 1 and Soba noodle lunch, taxi(or bus) down to Hatajuku for Hakone Wood Work shop for the master craftsman's demonstaraion, with a brief stop at stone paved ancient route 1 (optional) and Amazake Chaya, the rest house for ancient travelers.
Continue taxi ride to Yumoto station, then back to Odawara by 5:00.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Any pre-agreed spot through the prior email communications.
Duration: 7 hours
Weather in Hakone may limit our activities.
Mountain rail, cable car, route bus, lake cruise or taxi.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
6000 jpy - Train in Hakone, cruise ship, route bus and lunch. The amount is per person.
I do not drive travelers but need to use publicly available transportation measures. I do not guide underaged persons nor wheel chaired person alone unless accompanied by his/her family due to local regulation.
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Thank you for a wonderful tour! Mr. Akira was a fantastic tour guide. He focused our tour on the things that we were most interested in and was very accommodating of our requests. He has a deep understanding of the culture and history of the area and we also learned a lot through the tour.