This memorial hall is dedicated to home town hero Ninomiya Sontoku (commonly known as Kinjiro). Sontoku studied while working in his boyhood, and he dedicated his life to humanity and society. Information about him, including his many achievements, is presented in displays of his personal effects, reference materials, and dioramas. His old style, thatched roof family house is also on exhibit on the grounds.
|Hours||9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (doors close at 4:30 p.m.)|
|Admission||Adults, ¥200; elementary and junior high school students, ¥100|
|Closed||December 31 and January 1|
|Access||A 15-minute walk from Odakyu Line Kayama Station or Tomizu Station|
The museum is recommended to anyone who wants to get acquainted with the workings of the natural world. Inside the unique exterior are exhibits of dinosaur and ammonite fossils, telling the story of the earth's 4.6 billion-year history.
|Hours||9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (doors close at 4 p.m.)|
|Admission||Visitors 20 or older (except students), ¥510; under 20 and students 20 or older, ¥300; high school students and visitors 65 or older, ¥100; junior high school students or younger, free|
|Closed||Mondays (the following day if Monday is a public holiday); second Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November; year-end and New Year's holidays; and special holidays|
|Access||A 3-minute walk from Hakone Tozan Line Iriuda Station|
Ranging in height from 24 to 60 centimeters, 526 wooden statues of arhats known colloquially as the "Gohyakurakan" line the main temple hall.
|Access||A 3-minute walk from Daiyuzan Line Gohyakurakan Station|
|Mandarin orange harvesting||Mid-October to mid-December||Yago Mikan-en||A 10-minute walk from Nebukawa Station||29-0755|
|Kinoko-en Oyama no Taisho||A 25-minute walk from Nebukawa Station||29-1393|
|Orangengarten||A 16-minute walk from Nebukawa Station||29-0703|
|Strawberry harvesting||January to May||AGRI WAYS||A 15-minute walk from Shimo Soga Station||080-3218-4115|
|Shiitake mushroom harvesting||All year||Kinoko-en Oyama no Taisho||A 25-minute walk from Nebukawa Station||29-1393|
The plant offers tours on weekday mornings while fish processing is in progress, and visitors who reserve in advance can experience how fish are dried and prepared.
|Admission||¥1,000 per person|
|Time required||Around 30 to 60 minutes|
|Reservations||Hayase Kohachi Shoten
Polish (sand) vermillion lacquered bowls and trays. Polishing brings out natural wood's beautiful texture.
|Fee||¥1,500–2,500 per person|
|Time required||Approx. an hour|
|For more information||Okawa Mokkojo