The Hakone Open-Air Museum (Chokoku-no-Mori-Museum)

Travel Guide - The Hakone Open-Air Museum (Chokoku-no-Mori-Museum)

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Opened in 1969, Chokoku-no-Mori-Museum is a pioneer of Japan's open air museum.
Located in the forests near Gora, this place grabs your attention fast.
More than 120 collection of late 19th and 20th century sculpture by Western and Japanese artists, such as Rodin, Maillol, Bourdelle, Henry Moore, and Taro Okamoto, are displayed on the large grass field.
At the Picasso Pavilion, total of more than 300 pieces of Pablo Picasso's ceramic arts and other art works are displayed.
Tired feet will appreciate a hot-spring footbath in the grounds, seasoned with whole oranges and Yuzu.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 17:00

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • Short walk from Chokoku-no-mori on Hakone Tozan Line

Address / Location

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