One to two day excursion from Tokyo to visit Lake Ashino-ko, Hakone mountains with view of Mr. Fuji
It has been relocated in the current location in the mid 17th century. Beautiful autumn leaves and the 500 statutes of Buddha disciples are impressive to see. The garden is not barrier-free but there is a roundabout route. (accessibility data (Japanese)：4travel.jp)
One of Hakone Three Shrines. Among historical worshipers are Shogun Minamotono Yoritomo and Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. The site is barrier-free and wheelchair accessible. There is a wheelchair accessible toilet. You can use the elevator to go into the Homotsu-den (treasure storage facility). (accessibility data source (Japanese)：車椅子でお出かけバリアフリーマップ)
The boat connects Hakone Sekishoato, Motohakone, Hakone-en, and Kojiri. You can enjoy Mt. Fuji view on the water, and autumn-colored trees around the lake. The ships are wheelchair accessible, yet the 2nd floor is not accessible. Universal-design toilets are in Kojiri Station, Hakone-en Station, Hakone Sekishoato Station. (accessible data source (Japanese)：車椅子でお出かけバリアフリーマップ）
You can go into the gondra with the wheelchair、you have a great view of Mt. Fuji, Owakudani volcanic crater, Lake Ashinoko, and the Pasific Ocean.