Hakone Gora Park opened in 1914 and is the oldest French-style park in Japan. Cherry blossoms and azaleas bloom in March and April, hydrangeas bloom in June and July, and from May to June and October through November, 1,000 roses of 140 different varieties bloom in the rose garden. Beautiful flowers can be enjoyed throughout the year. You’ll also find cafés where you can relax while enjoying the park, and a workshop where you can try glassblowing and pottery-making. This park is an ideal place for visitors with children, too.
9:00-17:00 (last admission 16:30)
*Depends on the season
30 minutes to 1 hour
Accepted Credit Cards
Pamphlets in English, Chinese, and Korean available
Hakone Tozan Cable Car (Koen-shimo Station)
Ride the train bound for Gora from Hakone Tozan Railway (Hakone Yumoto Station OH51); after about 40 minutes, get off at Gora Station (OH57); walk for 5 minutes
Upon arriving at Gora Station, ride the Hakone Tozan Cable Car bound for Sounzan; after about 3 minutes, get off at Koen-shimo Station; within walking distance
Adults: 550 yen (including tax), elementary school students and younger: free of charge
Freepass Discount Information
*Information may be in Japanese.
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odakyu Highway Bus