Onshi Hakone Park is an imperial villa and garden built in 1886. It was used as a secondary residence for the Imperial Household. Visitors can admire Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji from the coffee shop Ryokushian and the balcony on the 2nd floor of Kohantenbokan. In the garden, visitors can enjoy viewing different plants and flowers. The garden is beautiful year-round. In spring, there are cherry blossoms, lilies in the summer, and in the fall the colorful autumn foliage makes its appearance. Winter brings a dazzling white scenery of the snowy garden. We recommend renting a bicycle and visiting nearby sightseeing spots on a bright, sunny day.
Kohantenbokan: New Year holidays (from December 29 to January 3)
Ryokushian: Tuesday-Thursday (open on holidays, April to May, end of July to August, October to November) Possible irregular holidays
1 hour or more
Accepted Credit Cards
Not accepted (except for at the parking lot machines)
English, Chinese, Korean (pamphlets, information on the facility, explanation about the exhibits, etc.)
English menu available at Ryokushian
Hakone Tozan Bus (Onshi-koen-mae 153)
Ride the Hakone Tozan bus (Line H) bound for Hakonemachi-ko or Hakone-sekisho-ato from Hakone Yumoto Station (OH51); after about 40 minutes, get off at Onshi-koen-mae (153); within walking distance
Admission free of charge (parking fee is required)
*Information may be in Japanese.
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odawara Hakone Highway Bus.