Hakone Tozan Railway September 19, 16:45, opened a cafe that reused a vehicle that has been running for 100 years

A cafe that reused a vehicle that has been running for 100 years on the Hakone Tozan Railway opened at the foot of Hakone and is crowded with many tourists.

The cafe was planned by the long-established Kamaboko store in Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and opened on National Route 1 leading to Hakone on the 8th of this month.

The Hakone Tozan Railway Moha Type 107 No. 107, which has been in operation for 100 years since the Taisho Era, has been repaired for 100 years and has retired in July.

The vehicle is opened as a passenger seat, and you can see the crew room preserved as it was running at the time through the window, or sit on a seat designed with the motif of traditional Hakone crafts `` Yorikoku '' The

The cafe offers cakes inspired by vehicles, kamaboko of Odawara special products and seasonal ingredients, and Chikuwa bread. Visitors can enjoy the scenery and meals in the store where the seats and vehicles can be seen. I was out.

A man in his forties from Tochigi Prefecture said, “I was glad I came because I didn't expect to get in the train. Kamaboko and vegetables were very delicious.”

A man in his 60s who came from Yokohama said, “When I was little, I had a memory of riding with my father and I wanted to watch it carefully. I felt nostalgic.”

Manager Satoshi Hamada said, “I want you to enjoy various feasts of Odawara and relax while thinking about the nature and history of Hakone.”