Nikko is famous for the lavish memorial enshrining Tokugawa Ieyasu, founding ruler of the Tokugawa shogunate, or the Edo period. During the winter, monkeys walk around town looking for food. There are things to do, local restaurants, souvenir shops, and hotels.
Japanese Autumn Leaves are a Japanese natural wonder that is not to be missed! From Hokkaido to Kanto, Kansai and all the way down to Kyushu, those planning to visit Japan in the fall season will not want to miss the Japanese Autumn Leaves
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History and natural beauty come together at the Toshogu Shrine in Nikko. Take a peak into the Warring States Period of Japan as you walk through the same historical roads as Ieyasu Tokugawa did!
Nikko is good place for sightseeing and well known for Onsen such as Kinugawa Onsen, Kawaji Onsen, Yunishihawa Onsen and any more. You can enjoy Onsen there after seeing autumn leaves, skiing and going sightseeing.
Viewing autumn leaves in Japan only happens once a year. There are viewing spots all over the country, such as Tokyo, Kyoto and Sapporo. Check out where to view the autumn leaves near you in 2016.
Ninja, Samurai, and Maiko symbolizes traditional Japanese culture in many ways. Watch and learn Ninja training, sword fighting, and traditional dances. Experiencing old time Japan is important to understand modern Japan.
Followings are 10 recommended Tattoo friendly hot springs and public baths in Kanto Region which is including Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, Gunma and Tochigi.
Nikko in Tochigi prefecture is where unattached nature and traditional temples and shrines remain. Easily accessible from Tokyo and best place for weekend trip. Enjoy both rich nature and Japanese traditional culture!