The Hakone Open Air Museum


The Hakone Open Air Museum

Opening in 1969, the Hakone Open Air Museum is Japan's first outdoor museum. Masterpieces from modern sculptors such as Rodin and Henry Moore are exhibited in a spacious area of 70,000㎡. Take your time finding your favorite artwork while walking among rich greenery. The museum also houses the Picasso Pavillon, an exhibition of over 300 pieces from the Picasso collection including his ceramic work, and the Happiness in Symphonic Sculpture, a piece entirely fitted with stained glass. Here, you can comfortably take the day to appreciate the art found in the museum.



Kanagawa, Ashigarashimo, Hakone, Ninotaira 1121 [ Google Maps ]

Business Hours

9:00-17:00 (final entry is 16:30)

Days Closed

Open all year round

Time Required

1 hour and a half – 2 hours


Not available

Accepted Credit Cards

Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club (Shops and restaurants only)


English printed on museum labels

Menu/Pamphlet Languages

Pamphlets available in English, Chinese (Traditional, Simplified), and Korean

Nearest Station

Hakone Tozan Railway at Chokoku-no-Mori Station (OH56)


Take the Hakone Tozan Railway at Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51), exit at Chokoku-no-Mori Station (OH56), and it is immediately within walking distance


Adults: 1,600 yen
High school/college students: 1,200 yen
Elementary/junior high students: 800 yen (including tax)

Freepass Discount Information

Adults: 1,400 yen
High school/college students: 1,100 yen
Elementary/junior high students: 700 yen (including tax)

Telephone Number


Official Website
*Information may be in Japanese.