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Dining

Quiet Forest Lakeside Dining

Food is served in semi-buffet style, with appetizers and main dishes prepared by Chef Matsumura (from Pino Crare, a restaurant at Auberge Yuraku, which is a hotel said to serve the best food in Yugawara) and all-you-can-eat freshly baked bread, salad bar, and dessert.

Breakfast

Served in buffet style, guests can enjoy both Japanese and Western foods from freshly baked bread, cereal, and fruit to grilled fish.

Guest Rooms

Our guest rooms accommodate the needs of our guests throughout the year.

Hakone Ashinoko Lake Hot Spring Hotel Ra Kuun has various types of guest rooms—Western, Japanese, and the two combined. We provide rooms that suit guests’ various needs, such as their preferences, styles, and family members travelling with them. It is a smoke-free accommodation designed to provide comfort and relaxation to our guests, with consideration for their preferences.

There are various types of rooms, some with views of the mountains and others with views of Ashinoko Lake.
Make sure to book a room with a great view.

Hot Springs

Natural hot springs, open 24 hours

Natural, simple sulfur springs from Ashinoko Hot Springs, perfect for recovering from fatigue as well as improving health and poor blood circulation.
Take time to relax and look up to the starry sky. You can feel yourself recovering from your daily stresses inside out. Get the ultimate relaxation at the hot springs in our hotel.

Tourist Information

  • Hakone Shrine & Kuzuryu Shrine

    Hakone Shrine & Kuzuryu Shrine

    A spiritual hot spot full of nature. This shrine is known for its matchmaking powers. Kuzuryu Shrine is a small shrine that has been entrusted to the care of Hakone Shrine and has many female visitors praying for a good match.

  • Ashinoko Lake

    Ashinoko Lake

    One of the places with best views in Hakone. Visitors can enjoy seasonal views such as young spring leaves, fireworks festivals, and autumn-colored leaves alongside Mt. Fuji. It’s also a popular fishing spot for black basses and rainbow trouts.

  • The Hakone Open-Air Museum

    The Hakone Open-Air Museum

    It’s an outdoor museum with the view of the great nature of Hakone. About 120 sculptures are on permanent exhibit. Visitors can walk in nature or look at sculptures. Take a moment to fill your heart.

  • Owakudani Valley

    Owakudani Valley

    Owakudani Valley was created when Mt. Hakone last erupted about 3,000 years ago. It’s one of the places where visitors can feel the great power of nature even to this day. The local specialty, Kuro Tamago, (meaning black egg) is a must-have.

  • Okada Museum of Art

    Okada Museum of Art

    A museum built in 2013, next to Hakone Kowaki-en Yunessun. It displays a wide range of artworks, mainly Japanese, Chinese, and Korean arts, from the ancient to modern times. There is a large garden and a foot bath cafe with 100% natural hot spring, allowing visitors to get an experience unique to Hakone.

Access

Our hotel is located at 800 meters in elevation. Come to Ashinoko Resort in Hakone to escape the heat.

Address 103 Motohakone, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa, 250-0522
Access

◆ By Car

From Tokyo IC, take Tomei Expressway to Atsugi IC, take Odawara-Atsugi Road to Hakoneguchi IC, then take Hakone Shindo and get off at Ashinoko Taikan IC. Take National Route 1 to Hotel Ra Kuun.

◆ By Train

Get on Romancecar from Shinjuku Station and get off at Yumoto Station. About 30 minutes by bus. Get off at Futagochaya bus stop.
From Tokyo Station or Osaka, take Shinkansen and get off at Odawara Station. About 40 minutes by bus. Get off at Futagochaya bus stop.

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