Walk around the extensive grounds covering 70,000 square meters while enjoying the spectacular sculptures surrounded by magnificent greenery.
The Hakone Open-air Museum is the first open-air museum in Japan, where one can enjoy viewing sculptures and other works of art surrounded by magnificent nature. Exhibited in the extensive 70,000-square-meter grounds are close to 120 works produced by sculptors representing the modern and contemporary eras. One can admire these works while enjoying the nature of each season. In addition to the Picasso Pavillion, where close to 300 of the world-famous artist's works are exhibited sequentially, and the five indoor galleries, various events and exhibitions are held at this museum. Also inside the premises are all-you-can-eat restaurants, cafés, shopping malls, and a foot-bath with water flowing right from the natural hot spring. A two-minute walk from Chokokunomori Station on the Hakone Tozan Railway. If you need English guidance, rent an audio guide at the gallery on the first floor of the main building.