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Our Hakone Trip is different from all others. It includes Odawara Castle which used to governing the regions as the customs gate for Edo, today's Tokyo. Geometrical Hakone Craft is made by all wisdoms of clever craft mans. Hakone Yumoto Street is the gate town to Hakone region which provides all local shops. Hakone Shrine Gate is located on Lake Ashi Shore side.

- Odawara was a stronghold of the Doi clan during the Kamakura period, and a fortified residence built by their collateral branch, the Kobayakawa clan stood on the approximate site of the present castle. After the Uesugi Zenshu Revolt of 1416, Odawara came under the control of the Omori clan of Suruga, who were in turn defeated by Ise Moritoki of Izu, founder of the Late Hojo clan in 1495. Five generations of the Late Hojo clan improved and expanded on the fortifications of Odawara Castle as the center of their domains, which encompassed most of the Kanto region.

Hakone Shrine stands at the foot of Mount Hakone along the shores of Lake Ashi. A path leads from the torii gate in Lake Ashi up a series of steps flanked by lanterns through the forest to the main building of the shrine, which sits peacefully among the tall trees. The shrine is beautiful throughout the year, and is particularly breathtaking when shrouded in mist

Death Valley or Owakudani is located in the mountain town of Hakone. Once the springs are reached, kuro-tamago, or black eggs, can be purchased five at a time. The eggs are ordinary chicken eggs but the shell turns black due to being boiled in the hot sulfur spring. Local tradition holds that for each black egg eaten, seven years is added to one's life.

Some 3000 years ago Mount Hakone erupted leaving the hot spring filled crater. All along the path to the egg vendor are active sulfuric geysers, which can be hazardous at times. The valley is sometimes referred to as The Death Valley by locals.

On clear days either route delivers spectacular views of the ominous Mt. Fuji. The Gotemba Premium Outlets are Japan's most popular outlet mall, located in Gotemba City at the base of Mount Fuji, The mall, The stores found at the Premium Outlets features over 200 stores along with a number of restaurants. The outlets of internationally known brands of fashion, sports, food, household goods and electronics, and range from everyday items to luxury goods.

Hakone Shrine stands at the foot of Mount Hakone along the shores of Lake Ashi. A path leads from the torii gate in Lake Ashi up a series of steps flanked by lanterns through the forest to the main building of the shrine, which sits peacefully among the tall trees. The shrine is beautiful throughout the year, and is particularly breathtaking when shrouded in mist.

Death Valley or Owakudani is located in the mountain town of Hakone. Once the springs are reached, kuro-tamago, or black eggs, can be purchased five at a time. The eggs are ordinary chicken eggs but the shell turns black due to being boiled in the hot sulfur spring. Local tradition holds that for each black egg eaten, seven years is added to one's life.

Some 3000 years ago Mount Hakone erupted leaving the hot spring filled crater. All along the path to the egg vendor are active sulfuric geysers, which can be hazardous at times. The valley is sometimes referred to as ""The Death Valley"" by locals. On clear days either route delivers spectacular views of the ominous Mt. Fuji.