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Nikko National Park

Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture
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Nikko National Park Day Trip from Tokyo
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US$143.59*
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Best of Edo Japan: Nikko National Park and Edo Wonderland Day Trip from Tokyo
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“the bus” (22 reviews)
“day trip” (15 reviews)
“kegon falls” (12 reviews)
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Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture
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"the bus"
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"day trip"
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"kegon falls"
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"leisurely pace"
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"hiking area"
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"consecutive days"
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"historic temples"
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"stone statues"
in 3 reviews
"asakusa station"
in 6 reviews
"tea house"
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"visit japan"
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"fall foliage"
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"points of interest"
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"information centre"
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"breathtaking views"
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"hour drive"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Took the bus from the train station to the cable car lift for an amazing mountain top vista and then a great hike through shrine ruins. Highly recommend this area both in the Fall to see the changing leaves' color and in the Spring for...More

Thank devivo9
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Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile

Beautiful are with several Shrines. Access from Tokyo is easy, if you take the limited express tobu line from asakusa - worth the higher price. When there easy bus access to the world heritage park. Most temples/shrines and the bridge are pay-to-see, but the outside...More

Thank Laureen M
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Reviewed 15 December 2017

It is a very large park located on the edge of the town. Inside the park are the most important temples of the city. It is a must visit while in Nikko. Beautiful forest and amazing walks enjoying the beautiful landscapes and temples architectures. Entrance...More

Thank EMILE D
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Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

Nikko is Nippon, you can see both historical and natural in Nikko. It’s very nice place to go. But you have to spend more 2 hours ride from Tokyo.

Thank Mike_Amornsin
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

My wife and I visited this place as part of our 2 weeks holiday in Japan. It was very crowded as it is a very popular tourist attraction and Japan is currently experiencing a tourism boom. They should consider raising the entry prices to try...More

Thank PlanetOz
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

Such a beautiful place filled with historic temples, shrines, wildlife, and activities. This is a MUST VISIT if you have not been. There are train stations in Nikko and buses to get to different points of interest.

Thank SoCalAdventureSeeker
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Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Nikko is heavily marketed as a tourist destination, but I am disappointed to report that it was barely tourist friendly. There are no elevators available at JR Nikko Station, so travelers have carry their luggage up and down the stairs. This is a little troublesome....More

2  Thank WTO_WTO
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Reviewed 26 October 2017

Really nice natural park, so many falls and nature to see, real beauty of autum, easy self-drive for non-local people. Worth to spend a day or two here.

Thank Thananda N
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Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

This place is magic!! I did about 15kms of walking and I loved every minute of it. Here in Autum so the changing of the leaves is a bonus. But with out this you have everything you could need to have a fantastic day, fresh...More

Thank Mandy B
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Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

Too overcrowded and too many local Japanese day tourists. Bus connection does not help because of too many private cars. MUST avoid on weekends. Was there during the first October 17' weekend. This is kind of the beginning of the autumn (leaf color change) here....More

Thank Maxim F
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MicheleNick5555
7 January 2017|
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Response from stism | Reviewed this property |
All information is available on TOBU web site (tobu-bus/nikko/) Tobu is a railway company different from JR. TOBU Pass for Nikko, train+bus includes round trip from Tokyo to Nikko by train and unlimited bus access in Nikko... More
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NJWong
21 August 2016|
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Response from Arvid O | Reviewed this property |
Fall foliage comes earlier to Nikko due to the altitude. It peaked in the first week of October in 2015.
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