Hakone Kohanso Eatery Sakura Honjin is a restaurant along Lake Ashi that is most popular for its Wakasagi Fish Gozenage, a dish where you fry wakasagi, a small local Hakone fish, yourself. Freshly fried wakasagi is tender with a crispy texture and has an exceptional taste. The restaurant also has a selection of items that will warm both your heart and body such as the Kumosuke Nabe (hot pot), made with enticing aromatic miso. The Shojin Kaempfer Udon Nabe is recommended for vegetarians. The view of Lake Ashi from the second floor is outstanding on sunny days.
1 hour or more
Accepted Credit Cards
JCB, American Express, Diners Club
Hakone Tozan Bus at Motohakone Port (OH67) or Hakone Shrine Entrance (150)
Take the Hakone Tozan Bus (Routes H, K) from Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51) bound for Motohakone/Hakone, exit at the Hakone Shrine Entrance (150) stop (about 40 minutes), then walk for 5 minutes
Wakasagi Fish Gozenage 2,200 yen, Kumosuke Nabe 3,600 yen, Shojin Kaempfer Udon Nabe 1,350 yen, etc.
**All prices including tax
*Information may be in Japanese.
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odawara Hakone Highway Bus.