Hakone Glass no Mori

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The Hakone Glass no Mori (KX̐X) features Italian styled buildings housing a museum and shops. Outside is a large strolling garden surrounding a canal like pond. The garden has a number of large glass sculptures laid about it, as well as a cafe with an open terrace at one end where live canzoni (Italian ballads) performances are held.

The Glass no Mori's Venetian Glass Museum houses a collection of over 100 pieces of Venetian glassware. It displays both modern and classical works in all forms including vases, goblets, lamps and sculptures.

The Hakone Glass no Mori is run by the Ukai Group, an operator of themed high class restaurants, which also owns the Kawaguchiko Music Forest at Kawaguchiko in the Fuji Five Lakes region.

Get There and Around

From Hakone-Yumoto Station, take a Hakone Tozan bus bound for Togendai and get off at the Hyoseki/Hakone Glass no Mori-mae bus stop (20 minutes, 750 yen, 4-5 buses per hour, covered by the Hakone Free Pass).

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Hours and Fees

Hours

9:00 to 17:30 (entry until 17:00)

Closed

No closing days

Fees

1500 yen (1400 yen with the Hakone Free Pass)
Last updated: April 15, 2014
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