Hakone has beautiful untouched nature and is known as an old ascetic training centre. It has been a famous resort destination since the Meiji period (1868-1912) because of its splendid scenery. Our hotel is located in the centre of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and is filled with the peace and relaxation of the lush forest.
Hakone Hotel Kowaki-en has 5 restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Fontainebleau Restaurant serves French cuisines overlooking the hotel’s garden. Shisen offers Teppan-Yaki dishes, while Grandvert has buffets featuring a variety of cuisines. Azalea Lounge brews coffee and has open-air seating.
The classically decorated rooms have an en-suite bathroom and a seating area. A flat-screen TV, an electric kettle, free WI-FI are included in each.
Kowaki-en is located in Hakone, Japan's most popular resort area.
Take the Odakyu Romance Car (a limited express) to Hakone Yumoto. Then catch either the Hakone Tozan Bus or the Izu Hakone Bus (running every 15-20 min).
Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Odawara. Then catch either the Hakone Tozan Bus or the Izu Hakone Bus (running every 20-30 min).
Take JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Odawara. Then catch either the Hakone Tozan Bus or the Izu Hakone Bus (running every 20-30 min).
Tomei EXPWY: Tokyo > Atsugi I.C.
Odawara-Atsugi Rd: Hakoneguchi
Hakone Town release the Notification about restricted area around HAKONE OWAKUDANI area (Last Update:2015-12-29 tue. 10:58 a.m.)
Notice about volcanic activity in HAKONE OWAKUDANI (Last Update:2015-11-20 mon.)
Between July 16th and August 31st, Hakone Hotel Kowaki-en will be hosting a special series of summer activities and events featuring traditional Japanese summer rituals, from dressing up in yukata to […]
Pure air and water creates the perfect spots for the play of fireflies in the Hakone Hotel Kowaki-en Garden. You can enjoy firefly from middle of June till middle of July. Place: Hotel Garden (3F) Per […]
The gardens of hotel are about 32,000 square meters and are decorated with cherry blossom trees, our ambassadors of Japanese spring.