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The Hakone Open Air Museum

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This is the first open-air museum in Japan founded by the Fujisankei Group in 1969 with the aim of harmonizing nature and art. The vast 70,000 m2 site shows various appearances depending on the season and weather, and you can appreciate more than 120 works of modern and contemporary masters such as Rodin, Moore, and Milo in a strolling mood. There are also five indoor exhibition halls, such as the Picasso Pavilion, where a diverse collection of about 320 items is being exhibited in sequence. There is also a place sculpture (playable sculpture) where children can experience modeling and a hot spring footbath that uses the source that springs from the premises, so you can spend a relaxing time all day long.

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    1121 Ninotaira, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
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    The Hakone Open Air Museum 0460-82-1161
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