Scenic, Museum

Close to both Tokyo and Mount Fuji the small township of Hakone holds something of a surprise.  Set in the striking landscape of Hakone, the Hakone Open-Air Museum established in 1969 as the first open-air art museum in Japan. Relentlessly changing with the seasons, the extravagant grounds are the eternal home for approximately 120 works by renowned modern and contemporary sculptors. Five exhibition halls can be witnessed here with the Picasso Pavilion, as well as pieces where children can play, a footbath fed by natural hot springs, and a multiplicity of other amenities where our tourists can relax and enjoy the majesty of art in nature.

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