Lalique Museum, Hakone

Lalique Museum, Hakone

This museum dedicates itself to the collection of Rene Lalique, the French master of jewellery and glass design. The salon car used on the Orient Express, decorated by Lalique, is also on display.

Recommend Point

LE TRAIN At the special LE TRAIN exhibition you can enjoy a cup of tea surrounded by Lalique pieces in a train carriage which was once used on the Orient Express. (by advance reservation only) Opening hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (final seating at 4 pm)There are 7 seatings available on the hour during the opening hours Time required: about 45 minutes Maximum occupancy: 20 per seating Price: ¥2,100


186-1, Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun
Get off at Hakone Yumoto on the Hakone Tozan line, and take a Kojiri / Togendai bus for about 30 mins. to Sengoku Annaijomae.
Official Web Site
900a.m.~500p.m. Entry Until 4:30p.m.
Available Languages
Only Japanese
Admission Fee
Adult 1500yen
College/High School/Senior(65 & Older) 1300yen
Junior high/Elementary 800yen
Credit Card
VISA Master JCB Major Credit Card Available


Featured in many magazines, cafe & restaurant LYS spotlights local products and serves dishes featuring ingredients sourced from Hakone and the surrounding areas. On a recent visit we ordered a seasonal dessert sampler which included four different flavors of Mont Blanc, all made using locally sourced ingredients. From the front right, the flavors were umeboshi (pickled plum), mandarin orange, matcha (green tea), and fig . We were surprised at the inclusion of the umeboshi flavor, but it turned out to be more delicious than we would have expected. LYS enjoys a high reputation among local residents as well as visitors, and I definitely recommend trying the seasonal dishes and desserts on your visit.

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