This museum owns works by the French glass designer René Lalique. About 230 works, from a collection of 1,500 items, are displayed throughout the year. When the weather is clear, visitors can enjoy dining at the spacious terrace seats. An original Orient Express wagon, in which Lalique designed the interior glass panels, is also on display. Visitors can enjoy tea in this wagon by making a reservation at the museum.
9:00-17:00 (The entrance closes at 16:30)
The museum will be closed occasionally during the changing of exhibits
From 1 hour to 1 hour and a half
Accepted Credit Cards
Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club and UnionPay
There are pamphlets in English, Chinese, Korean and French
"Sengoku-Annaijo-mae" bus stop (247, Hakone Tozan Bus)
From Hakone Yumoto Station (OH51/Hakone Tozan Railway), take the Hakone Tozan Bus bound for Togendai (Route T). After a 23 minute ride, get off at "Sengoku-Annaijo-mae" bus stop (247). It is a 3 minute walk to the museum
Adults: 1,500 yen
University and High School Students/Senior Citizens (Over 65 years of age): 1,300 yen
Junior High and Elementary School Students: 800 yen
All prices including tax
Freepass Discount Information
From December to March
Adults: 1,200 yen
University and High School Students/Senior Citizens (Over 65 years of age): 1,000 yen
Junior High and Elementary School Students: 500 yen
From April to November
Adults: 1,300 yen
University and High School Students: 1,100 yen
Junior High and Elementary School Students: 600 yen
*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.