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Sightseeing around

We will guide you to the tourist spots around Nikko the WEB site that you can use for sightseeing in Nikko.

Please use it for sightseeing in Nikko.
  • Nature

    • Yumoto Onsen

      From Senjogahara, pass Kotaki Falls and Yutaki Falls, and go up to Lake Yunoko, and you will find Yumoto Onsen.
      The smell of sulfur builds up, and the abundant springs heal the tiredness of your trip.
      Lake Yunoko is nearby, and there are buses to Akanuma, so
      It is easy to use as a base for sightseeing in Okunikko.
    • Yutaki Falls

      Yutaki Falls is a very impressive waterfall that can be approached as close as 10 meters.
      A 70m high waterfall at the southern end of Lake Yunoko,
      Lake water flows down the rock wall of Mt Mitsudake Lava Flow created Lake Yunoko by damming the Yukawa River.
      The maximum width is 25m.
      It is located on the hiking course heading north from Senjogahara, and the bus stop and Yutaki Falls entrance are also nearby.
    • Senjogahara

      Senjogahara is a wetland that spreads out almost in the center of Okunikko.
      It is a treasure trove of wild animals such as deer and wild birds, where various alpine plants and birch trees grow.
      Unfortunately, it is currently not possible to enter the wetland.
      There is a wooden path that surrounds you,
      Hikers will be busy during the summer tourist season.
    • Odashirogahara

      Although the grassland is smaller in size than Senjogahara, the flowers and light formations that shine in the morning mist are beautiful.
      It is a place visited by many photographers every season.
      There are many other highlights such as the birch tree called the Lady and the autumn leaves.
    • Ryuzu Falls

      Ryuzu Falls is one of the most famous Nikko waterfalls after Kegon Falls.
      From the waterfall divided into two and the flowing water looks like a dragon's head,
      It is said that the name was given.
    • Lake Chuzenji

      Lake Lake Chuzenji, which is representative of Nikko's lakes, is a volcanic dam created by the eruption of Mt Nantai.
      The circumference is 25km and the maximum depth is 163m.
      The lake is inhabited by trout such as Japanese red trout, and during the opening period from April 20th to September 19th,
      It is crowded with many anglers.
    • Kegon Falls

      Kegon Falls is a large waterfall that represents Nikko 48 waterfalls and is also counted as one of Japan's top three waterfalls.
      The width of the entrance is approximately 9m, and the drop is 100m.
      The sight of the water from Lake Chuzenji rushing down this large rock wall is both elegant and magnificent.
  • history

    • Nikko Toshogu Shrine

      Nikko Toshogu Shrine was registered as World Heritage Convention.
      It is dedicated to Ieyasu Tokugawa-ko, and Toshogu Shrine Spring Festival is held in May.
      Yabusame Horse Archery will be held.
    • Nikkosan Rinnoji Temple

      It was registered as World Heritage Convention.
      Rinnoji Temple is a temple built by Shodo Jojin during the Nara period.
      At first, it was called Shihonryu-ji Temple, but after that the name changed variously,
      In the Edo period Rinnoji-no-miya came to this temple and the name Rinnoji Temple was given to it.
    • Nikko Futarasan-Jinja

      A shrine that has been worshiped since ancient times as the center of mountain worship.
      In particular, many shrines were built in the Middle Ages, and during the Edo period,
      A new main hall and shrine building were built by Tokugawa Shogunate.
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