[10/15 7:30PM]Regarding the operation of the transportation network with regard to damage by Typhoon Hagibis 19 in the Hakone area.

About volcanic activity in Hakone

Hakone Ropeway Operation Suspended

Notice: Due to the heightened volcanic alert level for Owakudani, the Hakone Sightseeing Cruise and Hakone Ropeway 1-day Ticket is not being sold at this time.
*The Hakone Sightseeing Cruise is still running on a normal schedule.


Amazake-chaya Tea House


Amazake-chaya Tea House

Amazake-chaya Tea House was founded 400 years ago and is a relaxing place where visitors can rest. Their amazake (sweet rice wine) is made with a recipe that has remained unchanged since opening. The amazake is non-alcoholic, and has a gentle sweetness yet contains no sugar. Even babies can drink it! Their menu has also remained unchanged and includes dishes such as mochi (rice cakes) that are handmade every morning, or Miso Oden with warm konjac steeped in miso to heal the fatigue of travelers. There is also a tatami mat room in the tea house where you can relax by taking your shoes off and stretching your legs. Spend a moment at ease at this traditional wooden shop.



Kanagawa, Ashigarashimo, Hakone, Hatajuku, Futagoyama 395-1 [ Google Maps ]

Business Hours


Days Closed

Open year-round

Time Required

1 hour


Not available

Accepted Credit Cards

Not accepted



Menu/Pamphlet Languages


Nearest Station

Hakone Tozan Bus at Amazake-chaya Tea House (322)


Take the Hakone Tozan Bus (Route K) from Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51) bound for Motohakone Port, exit at Amazake-chaya Tea House (322) (about 26 minutes), and it will be immediately outside


Up to 1,000 yen

Telephone Number


Official Website
*Information may be in Japanese.