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    DeMarie
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    Leaving Tokyo and heading to Kyoto.  We are going to stop in Hakone for 2 nights.  Is there a traditional style Ryokan we can get to and allows wheelchairs?  We don’t need an accessible bathroom.  We can manage for 2 nights.  Also, how do we get to Kyoto from Hakone?

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    Mark Bookman
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    Finding a really ‘traditional’ ryokan may be tough, depending on your definition. A quick google search brings up the following for a place to stay: http://www.pax-yoshino.com/

    It looks like they have some barrier-free rooms.

    As for how to get to Hakone from Kyoto, it looks like there’s a fair number of transfers involved. It really depends on what station you’re leaving from. If you give me some more information, I can try and help you out!

    Cheers.

     

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    Accessible Japan
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    Hello

    (Thanks @bookman for your answer!)

    Yes, Pax Hoshino is great, but often is fully booked – so act fast!

    As for getting there, take the “Romance Car” on the Odakyu Line to go right to Hakone, but as @bookman says, there are other transfers once you get there if you are doing the standard route.  All are accessible, but there are a few steep places.

    Check out our review as well: https://www.accessible-japan.com/places/japan/kanagawa-1/hakone/attractions/hakone/

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    DeMarie
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    @bookman

    I will check it out.  Yes we are taking the Romance from Tokyo to Hakone.  I know about the other transportations around Mt. Fuji  and the 2 day pass.  I just did not know how to get to Kyoto after the 2 days in Hakone?

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    Accessible Japan
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    It looks like you can head back to Odawara Station from Hakone-yumoto station, then take the shinkansen from there to Kyoto:

    https://goo.gl/maps/BZM3xMXCSPG2

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    DeMarie
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    I did read the article.  It was great!  Any other Ryokans that can be recommended?

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    Accessible Japan
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    You could also try Hakone Yumoto Onsen Tenseien.

    They have a “universal twin” room (2nd from the bottom): https://www.tenseien.co.jp/stay/guestroom.html

    But not as nice as Pax Yoshino

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    tomokokato
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    Thank you for your question.I recommend riding the bullet train when going Kyoto from Hakone.You need to transfer to the bullet train(Hikari or Kodama) at Odawara.

     

    And I recommend that traditional style Ryokan 「

    GORA KADAN」(https://www.gorakadan.com)or 「

    Hakone Ginyu」(http://www.hakoneginyu.co.jp)or「TENSUI SARYO」(https://www.tensui-saryo.com)or「Hananoyado Fukuya」(http://www.hakone-fukuya.com)or「Gora Hanaougi」(https://gorahanaougi.com)because it is traditional Japanese culture to the full.I am hoping that it will be a good trip.

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    DeMarie
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    @bookman @accessiblejapan

     

    We did book the Pax Yoshino for 2 nights.  I will follow-up with you after my trip.

    Thanks so much!

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    #8362

    Accessible Japan
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    Great to hear!  Please do tell us how it is!  I have been meaning to go but it is always booked on the dates I’m available!

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