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It is within walking distance from pensions such as Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Nikko Wanoshiro Onsen Yashio-no-yu.

We also offer pre-sale tickets, so please feel free to ask at the front desk.
  • Introducing nearby sightseeing spots

    • There is a discount ticket * Free pass tickets are usually on sale for 4,500 yen → 4,050 yen!

      Nikko Edo Wonderland

      Wonder zone that reproduces the lifestyles and customs of Edo samurai and tradesmen!
      There are lots of devices and events using the latest high-tech.

      TEL / 0288-77-1777
      Time / 9:00 to 16:00 (December to March)
      Closed days / No holidays
    • There is a discount ticket


      Famous buildings and ruins of the world that are realistically recreated are breathtaking.
      We will guide you on a world trip that transcends time and borders!

      TEL / 0288-77-1000
      Time / 9:00 to 16:00 (December to March)
      Closed days / No holidays
    • Yashio-no-yu Nikko Wanoshiro Onsen, Yashio-no-yu

      Nestled in Yamafutokoro the heart of Nikko Nikko Mountains of the Nikko National Park famous hot spring Yashio-no-yu
      Gives moisture and peace.

      TEL / 0288-53-6611
      Time / 10:00 to 21:00 (Until reception 20:30)
      Closed days / every Thursday (If it is a holiday, the next day)
    • Nikko Museum

      Many specimens and stuffed animals and plants in Nikko Park are on display.
      Emperor Taisho this facility, which was the palace of the Emperor Taisho, the study is preserved as it was.

      TEL / 0288-54-1632
      Time / 8:00 to 16:30 (November to March)
      Closed days / No holidays
      Price / 400 yen
    • Nikko Botanical Garden

      The attached botanical garden of the The University of Tokyo of The University of Tokyo. There are 3100 Nikko plants grown on a large site.
      In particular, from April to May, mizusobasho and azuma rhododendron are beautiful.

      TEL / 0288-54-0206
      Time / 9:00 to 16:00
      Closed day / Monday・12/1 to 4/14
    • Bake Jizo (100 Statues of Jizo Buddha)

      Jizo is lined along a walking path that extends across the shore of Kumanga Pass.
      Although there are about 100 Jizo, this name is given because the number does not match every time they count.
    • Nikko Toshogu Shrine

      A shrine with Ieyasu Tokugawa as the main festival god.
      Lots of gold leaf and plenty of colorful sculptures.
      Edo is a gorgeous group of architecture that made the best of Edo early crafts.

      TEL / 0288-54-0560
      Time / 8:00 to 16:00
    • Jakko Waterfall

      River Tamozawa waterfall that River Tamozawa over the River Tamozawa.
      It is said that Kobo Daishi who opened this land was struck by this waterfall in training.
    • Takino Shrine

      A shrine built by Kobo Daishi. Nikko Sansha-gongen is one of the Nikko Sansha-gongen Kanda Tagorihime no mikoto and is dedicated to the child- Kanda Tagorihime no mikoto safe delivery of Kanda Tagorihime no mikoto.
      The building is designated as Important Cultural Property.
    • Shinkyo

      A red-painted River Daiya bridge over the River Daiya.
      Donated by Shonai Feudal Lord, Tadatsugu Sakai, the Shonai Feudal Lord, Tadatsugu Sakai of Shonai Feudal Lord, Tadatsugu Sakai, during the The building of Toshogu Shrine of The building of Toshogu Shrine.
    • Kirifuri Highland

      Highland plants are beautiful in summer, and autumn leaves are beautiful.
      You can enjoy hiking and bird watching.
  • Introducing recommended spots around

    Where did you spend your boys and girls? Will it remain the same today?
    I was born in 1957 and spent my student days in Honmachi, Yamagata City, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, and Higashimachi, Omiya-ku, Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture. It has become a different landscape.
    Because of that, looking at the houses that still exist at that time, I feel very nostalgic even if I am not my hometown.
    If you are standing in such a residential area, you will probably feel like you are hearing a friend's voice as a child.
    There are still such areas in the Nikko / Ashio area.
    • An ordinary residential area that retains the atmosphere of the 1950s and 30s

      You can see the world heritage Toshogu Shrine even 100 years later, but the number of such residential areas in the Nikko / Ashio area has decreased considerably. In fact, it may be gone in a few years.
      In that sense, I think it's good to have a look now.
      However, it is an ordinary residential area that has nothing unusual.
      I'm sorry to be disappointed, so please read only those who are interested in reading the introduction.
      This is a residential area where many people live, so please be quiet when visiting.

      Nikko Pension Gasthof Ami Owner Toshiyuki Ban
    • Ashio Town, Nikko City

      A nostalgic building, from the Watarase Keikoku Railway / Mato Station to the Ashio Dam,
      It can be seen near the Kakemizu Club, which used to be a guesthouse for companies.
  • Nikko those who cannot easily go to Nikko