René Lalique made a brilliant transition from a jeweler to a glassworker at a time when the art of art was changing from Art Nouveau to Art Deco. The Lalique Museum, Hakone houses 1,500 pieces of his life's work, from jewelry and glasswork to interior decorations, from which approximately 230 selections are on permanent display.
The garden is surrounded by the flowers and plants that Lalique loved so much. The store "Passage" is reminiscent of a Parisian arcade, where you can enjoy casual French cuisine. The café-restaurant "LYS" offers a casual French dining experience. Enjoy the art at the Hakone Lalique Museum of Art. The restaurant's special exhibit, "Le Trane," offers guests a chance to enjoy an elegant tea break on the Orient Express train, for which Lalique designed the interior.
|Address||186-1 Sengokuhara, Hakonemachi, Ashigara Shimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken|
|Business Hour*1||9:00 to 17:00(Admission is 30 minutes before closing) *In response to the declaration of a state of emergency, the museum is closed at 16:00 and admission is until 15:30 from January 12 (Tuesday).|
|Closed*2||No holidays (occasionally closed)|
|Genre*3||Works by jewelry and glass artist René Lalique|
|Entrance Fee*4||Adults¥1500 University and High School students,65 and over1¥300 Junior High School students,elementary school students¥800|
|Access*5||45 minutes from Odawara (JT16) Station and 30 minutes by bus from Hakone-Yumoto (OH51) Station|
|*1 The last day of an exhibition or event may end early. *2 There are also end-of-year and temporary closures *3 Blanks refer to all genres. *4 Admission prices may vary depending on the event. Check for senior citizens, children and group discounts.*5 The times shown are approximate.|
Precautions may be taken to prevent the spread of corona infection.