World Heritage Site "Nikko Toshogu Shrine" Recommendation is Gold among luxurious general generals and Yomei gate. Very famos Nikko 3Monkeys "not seen" "no saying" "no listening" and sleeping cats is You can see it here. Worship time 8: 00-16: 00 Adult 1,300 yen 世界遺産「日光東照宮」 金ピカ豪華な将軍の間や陽明門は圧巻です。…
Visit time From April 1 to October 31 (from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.) from November 1 to March 31 (from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.) ※In addition, the acceptance is finished 30 minutes before closing the gate with each period. 〒321-1431 2301, Sannai, Nikkou-shi, Tochigi +81288-54-0560 It is…
The shrines and temples of Nikko, together with their natural surroundings, have for centuries been a sacred site known for its architectural and decorative masterpieces. They are closely associated with the history of the Tokugawa Shoguns.
One of famous shrines & Temples area in Tochigi. It takes about 4hours from Shinjuku. Barely you can day trip,but I'd recommend overnight trip.
“Edo Mura is a place where you can experience the life of the Samurai! The setting is really nice and the ninja show is great! It’s about 30 mins by car or there are direst shuttle buses from the Toshogu area or from Nikko Station. ”
“Lake Chuzenji (中禅寺湖, Chūzenjiko) is a scenic lake in the mountains above the town of Nikko. It is located at the foot of Mount Nantai, Nikko's sacred volcano, whose eruption blocked the valley below, thereby creating Lake Chuzenji about 20,000 years ago. Chuzenjiko' shores are mostly undeveloped and forested except at the lake's eastern end where the small hot spring town of Chuzenjiko Onsen was built. The town is also the site of Kegon Waterfall, the most famous of several waterfalls in Nikko National Park. Another popular waterfall, Ryuzu Waterfall, is located at the northern shores of Lake Chuzenji where Yukawa River discharges into the lake.”
“入場料無料の観光牧場。 牧場内には、乗馬や釣り堀、パターゴルフ等、動物とのふれあいの場やちょい遊びがさり気なくあります。 ガンジー牛のソフトクリームやピロシキなどもおススメです。”
“Kegon falls are very near Lake Chuzenji and are a very popular attraction. Take an elevator down, through the rock to a viewing platform in front of the falls. Don’t forget your camera, but take care with the spray from the falls!”