Discover Nikkō

Nikko is a city located in the northern part of Japan's Tochigi Prefecture, near the border of Gunma Prefecture. It is best known for its incredibly beautiful shrines and temples, which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The city is surrounded by lush forests and mountainous terrain, making it a great place to escape to in order to experience the beauty of nature. Popular attractions include the Toshogu Shrine which was built in 1617 by Tokugawa leyasu and Nikko National Park which offers spectacular views and hiking trails. Other places worth visiting are Tamozawa Imperial Villa, Shinkyo Bridge, Lake Chuzenji, Kegon Falls and Futarasan Shrine.

When you visit Nikko, make sure you take your time exploring all its culturally significant sites on foot or take a ride on one of their beautifully decorated rickshaws! You can also enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine at local restaurants or hot spring baths at several resorts near Lake Chuzenji. For an unforgettable journey full of cultural experiences and natural beauty - come explore Nikko!