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Suggest start your day early so avoid the crowd.
Travel in between from rope rail stn to makamoto, follow the sightseeing path as suggested by local travel guide. Best viewing with normal ticket rather than vip seat for better viewing.
You can see the mt...More
We took a round trip ride from Motohakone-ko. The boat was clean and provided a commentary of the sights shpping the route it took to the 2 other stops/towns on Lake Ashi. Unfortunately we were short of time else we would love to got off...More
Take this cruise from Togendai pier to Motohakone Pier take around 15 - 30 minute.
the Scenery was great and you can see the Tori gate (temple gate) in the lakeside. i recommend you to buy the hakone free pass at Odakyu Mall Shinjuku for...More
This is a lovely way to cross Lake Ashi, included as part of the Hakone travel pass. It was too cloudy for us to see Mount Fuji but we still enjoyed views of the lake, mountains and famous tori. Plenty of seats inside or stand...More
If u intend to visit Hakone, then to Gotemba Premium outlets and do some sight seeing while u’re here. It is best to buy the Hakone Pass.
U can take this sightseeing cruise free if u purchase the Hakone Pass. (Note there are 2 sightseeing...More
We had the free pass and this was included so it seemed a good way to see a bit more of the area. We caught a fairly late boat (about 3.40 I think) and it was getting dark by the time we reached the end....More
Lake Ahi is a beautiful lake nestled into a valley--it a skinny little lake that is surrounded with trees that go to the edge of the water. The mode of transportation is described as a "Viking Ship" in the brochures, but it is more like...More