Elegant tea time in an artistic space [Lalique Museum, Hakone]
Rene Lalique, who ran through the era of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, left behind beautiful jewelry and glass crafts. The museum, which traces its life, is located in a garden where you can enjoy the expressions of the four seasons, surrounded by the nature that the artist loved.
Admission to the garden where the stream flows is free. You can also use cafes, restaurants and museum shops, so if you take a walk while being blown by the refreshing breeze, you can feel graceful.
In the permanent exhibition, about 230 items are selected and introduced from the 1500 items collection. Jewelery, glass works of various genres, interior decoration, and interior decoration of the Orient Express. Lalique's work, which has blossomed talent in a wide range of fields, continues to shine over time.
Special exhibitions are held several times a year, so no matter how many times you visit, you will have a fresh encounter.
* Pendant head / brooch "Winter scenery"
At the museum, it pioneered modern jewelery and reached its peak at the end of the 19th century.Exhibits Lalique's masterpieces. After that, you can see the process of becoming a glass craftsman with the perfume bottle as a trigger, along with the work.
This is the Salon Car of the Orient Express, which Lalique designed the interior. Lalique created the interior decoration for this train in 1928, at the age of 68. By skillfully manipulating day and night light such as natural light from the car window and interior lamps, the space is given an infinite expanse.
This vehicle was active until 2001 and came to the Lalique Museum, Hakone.
What you definitely want to experience is the tea time you can enjoy at this salon car. Enjoy an elegant and artistic time surrounded by glittering Laric works.
・ Holding time: First time from 10:00 to last time from 16:00 (40 minutes each time)
・ Capacity: 20 people each time * Reception on the day
・ Price: 2,200 yen (with tea set)
《Lalique Museum, Hakone》
[Opening hours] 9: 00-17: 00 (Admission is until 16:30)
[Closed] Open daily (temporarily closed due to exhibition changes)
[Admission fee] Adults 1,500 yen, university students / high school students / seniors (65 years old and over) 1,300 yen, junior high school students / elementary school students 800 yen
Rene Lalique, a jewelery and glass craftsman who ran through the era of Art Nouveau and Art Deco.
At the Lalique Museum, Hakone, you can see Lalique's lifelong works, from jewelery that shines like stained glass to glass crafts that color everyday life.
One of the highlights is the beautiful garden that changes its expression in each season, along with the nature-themed work that Lalique loved.
Lalique also has a special exhibition of the luxury train Orient Express, which was decorated in the past. In the car, you can spend the best tea time that can only be experienced here. (For Orient Express tea time, reservation is required on the day of the event)
Enjoy the finest holidays in a place where nature and art resonate with each other.
From Hakone Tozan Railway "Hakone Yumoto Station", take the Hakone Tozan Bus bound for "Kojiri / Togendai" and get off at "Sengoku Information Center" for about 30 minutes.
Address186-1 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
Business Hour[Business Hours] 9:00 to 17:00 (Museum admission until 16:30) [Closed] Open all year round (temporarily closed due to exhibition changes)
Credit CardVISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners
Parking Area80 units (free)
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