This is Japan’s first art museum specializing in Venetian glass, and exhibits works from the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries and also modern pieces. The pond on the grounds is in between the Venetian Glass Museum and the Modern Glass Museum where you can appreciate delicate glass crafts at each respective museum. Its medieval Venice-inspired garden also has spots where you can take photos. Listen carefully to the live canzone (Italian song) performances held every day while gazing at the scenery from the café restaurant on the grounds and you’re sure to find yourself feeling elegant. They also hold glasswork workshops, making this a spot you can enjoy all day long.
10:00-17:30 (final entry at 17:00)
An 11-day period from the second Tuesday in January
1 hour to 1 and a half hours
Accepted Credit Cards
Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club (café restaurant only)
English available for the titles of works
Hakone Tozan Bus at Hakone Glass Forest Venetian Glass Museum (443) and Hyoseki Hakone Glass Forest Venetian Glass Museum Front (243)
Take the Hakone Tozan Bus (Route T) from Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51) bound for Togendai, exit at Hyoseki Hakone Glass Forest Venetian Glass Museum Front (243) (about 25 minutes), and it will be immediately within walking distance
Take the Hakone Tozan Railway from Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51) bound for Gora Station and exit at Gora Station (OH57) (about 40 minutes). Take the Hakone Tozan Bus (Routes S, M) from Gora Station, exit at Hakone Glass Forest Venetian Glass Museum (443) (about 17 minutes), and it is immediately within walking distance
Adults: 1,500 yen
High school/college students: 1,100 yen
Elementary/junior high students: 600 yen (including tax)
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odakyu Highway Bus