Onshi Hakone Park is a spacious facility surrounded by Lake Ashi. It is also famous as a cherry blossom destination, as it is filled with various types of cherry trees such as Fuji, Oshima and Yoshino. The park was constructed at the former site of the Imperial Hakone Palace, with the Western-style Lakeside Observation Building in the central square. Lake Ashi, Komagatake and Mt. Fuji can be viewed from the balcony, along with the cherry trees. The scenery changes with the seasons, with the famous cherry blossoms in bloom from mid-April to early May.
Lakeside Observation Building/9:00 - 16:30
Ryokushi-an/10:00 - 15:30
Lakeside Observation Building/December 29 to January 3
Ryokushi-an/Tuesdays and Thursdays (The tea room will be open on holidays. There are no closed days in April, May, from late July to August, October and November)
The park will be closed occasionally
About 1 hour
Accepted Credit Cards
*The parking fee can be payed with a credit card
There are pamphlets and guidance in English, Chinese and Korean
There are English menus at the Ryokushi-an
"Onshi Koen Mae" bus stop (153/Hakone Tozan Bus)
From Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51), take the Hakone Tozan Bus (routes H and R) bound for Hakonemachi-ko or Hakone Sekisho Ato. After a 40 minute ride, get off at "Onshi Koen Mae" bus stop (153). It is a short walk to the park
Admission free, with a paid parking lot
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odakyu Highway Bus