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Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel Expressing gratitude to the “Mountain God” – Sparkling bamboo lights – Start of “Bamboo Light Performance” on Yamagami no Komichi

Seibu Prince Hotels Worldwide Co., Ltd.
[Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel] Expressing gratitude to the “Mountain God” – Sparkling bamboo lights – Start of “Bamboo Light Performance” on Yamagami no Komichi
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Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel (Location: 93 Ashinoyu, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture, Manager: Masahiro Sasao) is holding a “Bamboo Lighting” this spring as a spectacular view of fantastic light.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/24668/2249/resize/d24668-2249-1BE924666d14e81A8D642-0.jpg &s3=24668-2249-7a6c45AB7AB7AB7A20000C74A4394240B f5-3000×2000.jpg] Mount Komagatake, which towers over the west side of the hotel at an altitude of 1,356 meters, is said to be a sacred place for ancient mountain worship, worshiping the mountain where the gods dwell. Even now, there are rocks and stones that give a sense of history, such as the “Bakoseki” and “Bajoseki,” placed at the summit of Mt. Komagatake. Our hotel benefits from the blessings of the mountains, including geothermal steam and fresh spring water. Today, we are able to carry out our business activities thanks to the “Yamagami”, the gods who dwell in the mountains, and as a token of our gratitude, we have installed bamboo lights on the torii gate.
Bamboo light production overview
Period: Friday, March 15, 2024 – Year-round
Time: Sunset to 0:00MID
Location: Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel Hotel Courtyard
Target: Guests only (free)
URL https://www.princehotels.co.jp/yunohana/informations/takeakari_chikaken%20_/ Content: We will deliver a healing experience that complements the natural scenery with the bamboo-lit torii gate as a symbol.
Note: Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel is a secluded inn surrounded by nature, boasting the highest altitude (935m) in Hakone. In the hotel courtyard, surrounded by mountains rich in nature, you can enjoy spectacular views of cherry blossoms in the spring, fresh greenery in the summer, autumn leaves in the fall, and snowy landscapes in the winter. As an initiative to further enhance the scenic courtyard that symbolizes our hotel, we are holding a “bamboo light” illumination event by CHIKAKEN, a comprehensive “bamboo light” production group. [Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/24668/2249/resize/d24668-2249- AB5BC3D84A0B38119-1.jpg
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[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/24668/2249/resize/d24668-2249-5506d25b5b273834d203-2.jpg&s3=24668-2249-85b4945cc8eddb4bda9fa823b4cd9e4e-3000×2000.jpg] A “food experience” that complements the bamboo light display
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/24668/2249/resize/d24668-2249-477888a53dd0c7ff0de4-3.jpg&s3=24668-2249-479e8808adb130d6f92c31f646862b0b-3000×2000.jpg] ROKU-Roku-Gin Tonic Gin Soda 1 cup ¥1,100 Offer period: 3/1 (Friday) – 5/31 (Friday)
Wild cherry blossoms bloom in the hotel courtyard from mid-April to late April. How about enjoying a late cherry blossom viewing experience with a cherry blossom drink in hand while admiring the wild cherry blossoms adorning the bamboo lights?

[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/24668/2249/resize/d24668-2249-771b0b4d98839582dff9-4.jpg&s3=24668-2249-2bfcb46defb77d8632bd3e2c930a20d5-3000×2000.jpg] Special Kaiseki “Bamboo Akari” ¥20,000
Offer period: April 1st (Monday) to June 30th (Sunday)
The main dish, “Seiro,” uses ingredients such as spiny lobster and abalone that are steamed right in front of the customers. Please enjoy the creative dishes recommended by our head chef inspired by bamboo light.

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CHIKAKEN
A unit centered on “Chika (Chikao Ikeda)” and “Ken (Kenji Miki)” who met at Sojo University. In April 2007, he established CHIKAKEN, a company that produces and produces “Bamboo Akari,” which are lights made by drilling holes in bamboo, based on the “Festival-style town development” advocated by Keiichi Uchimaru, who he studied with. Based in Kumamoto, he lights bamboo lights all over the country and continues to create “landscapes” and “stories” that are unique to each region. We aim to ensure that “bamboo light”, which connects “people to people, people to cities, and people to nature,” is not consumed as a temporary “business,” but is passed down as a new Japanese “culture.” .
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