Decorate the memory of your journey
with a variety of flavors.

Enjoy the view at Lake Ashi of Hakone as you enjoy French cuisine from Vert Bois or Japanese cuisine from Tsutsuji no Chaya. Our restaurants with the great views can be great places for lunch with friends, dining, wedding parties, special occasions, or even private dining.

  • 1FFrench restaurant "Vert Bois"

    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    French restaurant Vert Bois image
    The calm atmosphere of Hakone and Lake Ashi paired with the authentic French cuisine by our head chef who was trained in France comprise French restaurant Vert Bois.

    The restaurant has large windows that face Lake Ashi and the hotel garden for a relaxing atmosphere. For breakfast and lunch, you can fully immerse yourself in the seasonal breezes at the terrace seating with the views of the lake and Mt. Fuji. The private rooms also have a view of the lake where you can fully enjoy the resort experience.

    Location Main Building 1F
    Seat 92 seats/Private room: 4 (36seats)
    All seats non-smoking
    (incl. electronic cigarettes)
    Business hours Breakfast 07:30~09:30(L.O.)
    Lunch 11:30~14:00(L.O.)
    Dinner 17:30~20:30(L.O.)
  • 2FJapanese restaurant
    "Tsutsuji no Chaya"

    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya image
    Enjoy kaiseki Japanese cuisine using colorful seasonal ingredients.

    At the calm Japanese restaurant Tsutsuji no Chaya, you can overlook Lake Ashi and the mountains of Hakone as you enjoy a variety of seasonal selections presented beautifully with our kaiseki Japanese cuisine.
    Hotel de Yama has maintained our traditional Japanese cuisine. It is a part of our hospitality that is proper for a classical hotel.

    Location Main Building 2F
    Seat 70 seats/Private room: 1 (20seats)
    All seats non-smoking
    (incl. electronic cigarettes)
    Business hours Breakfast 07:30~09:30(L.O.)
    Lunch 11:30~14:00(L.O.)
    Dinner 17:30~20:30(L.O.)
  • 1FLounge Bar

    Lounge Bar
    Lounge Bar
    Lounge Bar
    Lounge Bar
    Lounge Bar
    Freely enjoy your own time.

    Enjoy the view of Mt Fuji at the terrace seating during the day.
    At night, the glitter of the crystal glass and the comfortable sofa will welcome you with the symbolic lit mantelpiece of Hotel de Yama for your quiet and relaxing moments.

    Location Main Building 1F
    Seat Indoors: 44 seats/terrace: 20 seats
    All seats non-smoking
    (incl. electronic cigarettes)
    Business hours 9:30〜22:00(L.O.)
  • AnnexPremium Shop &
    Salon de Thé Rosage

    A café with a great view that is built as if it were floating on Lake Ashi. Enjoy a luxurious tea time, and also purchase your favorite black tea or sweets as gifts.

    Premium Shop and Salon de Thé Rosage located by Lake Ashi of Hakone is a dessert restaurant & shop under direct management of Hotel de Yama. The terrace seating on the first floor is the dessert restaurant, Salon de Thé Rosage, where you can enjoy tea and the original sweet desserts while enjoying the great views. The second floor is the Premium Shop Rosage where Rosage original products and domestic and international goods are sold.

    Location 80 Moto-Hakone, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture
    (Outside Hotel de Yama)
    Seat Indoors: 48 seats/terrace: 23 seats
    All seats non-smoking
    (incl. electronic cigarettes)
    Business hours 10:00〜17:00(L.O.) Open all year round
    1F
    Dessert Restaurant
    "Salon de Thé Rosage"

    Dessert Restaurant Salon de Thé Rosage

    Enjoy tea with desserts for a luxurious tea time by the lake.

    Salon de Thé Rosage is approved as a cafe with great tea by the Japan Tea Association.
    Their darjeeling teas are sourced from famous tea farms like Thurbo and Makaibari. They have over 20 varieties of top quality tea grown with the perfect climate and picked at its finest state. Their tea instructor has selected the best of the best for an upscale tea time.

    2F
    Premium Shop Rosage

    Premium Shop Rosage

    Enjoy Salon de Thé Rosage even at home

    Premium Shop Rosage sells the same desserts and Rosage original jams made by the pastry chef on the first floor, top quality tea, and souvenir products that can only be found here.

FAQ

I would like to come with a group. Do you have private rooms?
We will prepare private rooms or the banquet hall based on the number of persons in your group. We can accept reservations by phone. Private rooms come at no extra cost.
Can I bring in alcoholic beverages?
We ask that you refrain from doing so as a basic rule. However, commemorative items or presents may be exempt from this rule. In that case, we will charge a corkage fee starting at 3000 yen each. Please contact us for the corkage fee prior to bringing it because it will be based on the type of beverage and the brand.
Do you have any special arrangement for birthdays and anniversaries?
We can accept reservations for anniversary cakes or bouquets. Please contact us at least 3 days in advance. If desired, we can add names or simple messages on the cakes. Anniversary cakes for two start at 1782 yen. Bouquets and flower arrangements start at 3240 yen. Please contact us for further details regarding cakes for larger groups.
Can I do take-out from the hotel?
The lounge in the main building and the Premium Shop and Salon de Thé Rosage in the annex sell a variety of cakes. Due to food safety concerns, we do not offer take-out for selections at the restaurant.
Is there a dress code for the restaurant?
We do not have a particular dress code requiring jackets or dresses. You are welcome to come dressed in your casual clothing. However, we ask that you refrain from arriving with the yukata or slippers from your hotel room.