Venture to top sights like Kinugawa Onsen and Edo Wonderland as you discover Nikko—a city also notable for its temples.
Temples, Culture and Sightseeing
Learn about the local history of Nikko when you spend time at Toshogu. Visit the temples and monuments in this culturally-rich area.
Enjoy a stop at Shinkyo, a landmark worth seeing in Nikko. Discover the mountain views and temples in this walkable area.
Commune with nature and explore the great outdoors at Kegon Falls during your travels in Nikko. Take some time to visit the temples in this culturally-rich area.
Take a journey through Nikko city and explore its rich history and fascinating architecture. Observe the intricate craftsmanship and enriching details at Nikko Toshogu, Lake Chuzenji, and Kegon Falls, which is one of the greatest water fall in Japan.
Surround yourself with the colors of Autumn at Nikko world heritage sites! Japanese Autumn attract thousands of visitor every year and Nikko is probably the best foliage spot of the Kanto region. Your first tour destination is the famous Kegon Falls, one of the three famous waterfalls of Japan.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and take a day trip to Nikko. Explore the majestic architecture of the Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the feudal-era theme park of Edo Wonderland Ise, and watch ninja and courtesan shows as well as other Edo-period street recreations.
Get out of Tokyo for a full day exploring the beautiful community of Nikko, complete with your own personal driver and private vehicle. This chauffeured outing gives you the freedom to explore the scenery among the mountains and lakefront shores on a schedule you can decide for yourself.
A private guide chauffeurs you to Nikko's most famous sights during this full-day excursion out of Tokyo. After seeing UNESCO-listed temples and shrines and Nikko's natural beauty, choose to visit a sake brewery, the historic theme park of Edo Wonderland, or a relaxing hot spring.
History and nature lovers alike will relish the opportunity to ditch the city for greener pastures of the Unesco World Heritage Site of Nikko. This ancient town a hop north from Tokyo is home to one of the country’s most impressive temples, as well as countless natural features including waterfalls, lakes and natural hot springs.