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Hakone Open-Air Museum
A museum dedicated to sculptures surrounded by the nature of Hakone. It is the first open air museum in Japan; you can walk through the premises at your own pace as you admire the sculptures of varying sizes. Other than the outdoor museum, there are also several indoor exhibitions such Picasso Pavilion, which showcases the works of Pablo Picasso, as well as a hot spring foot bath unique to Hakone. There is also a play area for children and many other attractions so you can easily spend a whole day here.
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone, Ashigarashimo, Kanagawa
Family day every Saturday (Up to five elementary and junior high school students per guardian may enter free).
An outdoor museum with modern and contemporary sculptures.
2 minutes from Chokoku-no-Mori Station on Hakone Tozan Railway.
40 minutes from Hakone IC on Seisho By-pass or Odawara-Hakone Road.
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