Nov/1 - Dec/25, 2020 Crystal Illuminatin in Hakone Glass Forest Museum4.1
from 11/1 '20 to 12/25 '20
"Hakone Glass Forest Museum (Hakone Glass no Mori Museum)" is the Venetian glass museum which displays elegant Venetian glass art works.
During early-November and late-December, 2 crystal grass trees which high 10-meter tall appear in the courtyard of the museum.
Approximately 85,000 crystal glasses are attached to the each trees.
From 4 p.m., the trees are lit up and transformed into a fantastic beauty. Enjoy the romantic view which is different from daytime.
Dates : November 1 - December 25, 2019
Hours : 16:00 - 17:30
Special Nights : December 21 - 24, 2019 *opened until 19:30
Santa`s event, kid's event, and music shows are scheduled.
Twilight Candle : December 1 - 25 16:00~
Candles and lanterns set up in the garden will be lit. Enjoy glass works and trees with a warm candle fire.
Venue : Hakone Glass Forest Museum
Address: 940-48 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture
Entry time: 10: 00-17: 30 (last admission 17:00)
[By Train] take the train from the Gora Station on Hakone Tozan Railway and get off at the "Hakone Glass Forest" bus stop
[By Car] about 20 minutes by car from theGotemba IC on Tomei Expressway
Purposeinstagrammable,experience,women,Japanese resort,art,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Ashigara St. (about 8.1km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.03 months ago
Bus stop is just in front of the museum.
How it’s made is explained very well.
Too good collection.
Store have good variety of stuff for sale.
Cafes are good.
You can do hands on projects .
The glass tree like structure in the middle of the water body is just wow!!!
Kids friendly place.
5.02 weeks ago
Love the entire place. Worth the trip. Appreciating works of art is something I really love. Great ambience but a bit pricey though...
5.06 months ago
I visited here last October with my boyfriend. It was our two year anniversary and just days after Typhoon Hagibis so almost nothing was open due to the aftermath. We decided to go for a walk to explore and came across this museum. It was overcast and rainy, but everything looked so beautiful. We had lunch in the restaurant, it was also very good, and listened to live music. It was one of our favourite memories from our trip! Would highly recommend visiting. :)
3.03 months ago
It's more of a store with glass articles than a museum. You're basically paying 1500 yen to enter the shop and poorly made replica of mediaeval buildings. There is a nice view of mountains though. Totally don't recommend.
4.0a month ago
Great venetian ambience...the museum with the glass item exhibits is really good..You can get a hands-on experience with glass blowing and sand blasting.
The entrance fee coupled with the car park makes it a bit of a costly affair.