Explore attractive Nikko Area with Nikko Pass!
Nikko Pass is the all-you-can-ride free pass to travel around Nikko Area.
Nikko World Heritage Area Pass
(Take a 2-day journey to Nikko and Kinugawa areas!)
Nikko Pass All Area
(Take a 4-day journey to Nikko, Okunikko and Kinugawa areas!)
Advantages for Nikko Pass users
・ These passes are offered at a huge discount as the normal adult price for transportation in the area
Nikko World Heritage Area Pass JPY3,410 is available here for just JPY2,000!
Nikko Pass All Area JPY 9,310 is available here for just JPY 4,520 (summer fare).
・ 1 round-trip via Tobu Railway between Asakusa and Shimo-Imaichi, all Tobu train lines between Shimo-Imaichi and Tobu Nikko/Shin-Fujiwara, all Nikko area Tobu buses, the Nikko Edomura loop bus, the Nikko Kinugawa Line bus, Akechidaira Ropeway, Lake Chuzenji cruise, and the environmentally-friendly hybrid bus (low-pollution bus) are all usable with just 1 pass.
・ Enjoy discounts on admission to some facilities such as Nikko Edomura and Tobu World Square.
We are going to introduce recommended spots in Nikko Area.
Nikko Toshogu Shrine
Nikko Toshogu Shrine enshrines the most famous samurai leader Tokugawa Ieyasu. Its carved and brilliantly decorated structures are part of the shrines and temples of Nikko UNESCO World Heritage site and highlight of any visit to Tochigi.
Lake Chuzenji is 25 kilometers in circumference and 163 meters of maximum water depth. It is a dammed lake made by the eruption of Mt. Nantai.
By taking a pleasure boat, you can enjoy the great nature of the Oku-Nikko area to your complete satisfaction from the middle of Lake Chuzenji.
Kegon Waterfall is the most famous of Nikko’s 48 waterfalls. Water from Lake Chuzenji falls 97 metres straight down to the rocks below creating a dynamic and artistic work of nature. A special lift takes visitors to the basin where the force and roar of the water can be witnessed close up! Impressive in any season, the waterfall looks particularly spectacular when surrounded by the fresh green leaves in May, house martins in June, or the “12 falls” – small streams of the frozen waterfall clad in blue ice – during January and February.
Nikkozan Rinnoji Temple
Rinnoji is Nikko’s most important temple. It was founded by Shodo Shonin, the Buddhist monk who introduced Buddhism to Nikko in the 8th century.The most impressive sight at Rinnoji Temple is the three eight-meter-tall, gold-lacquered Buddha statues, each showing a different facet of Buddha. The three statues also represent the three Nikko mountain gods Mt. Nantai, Mt. Nyoho and Mt. Taro.
Nikko Futarasan Shrine
Nikko Futarasan Shrine is a centre of worship located in the Nikko Mountains. Many visitors come to pray for good luck and success in love. The beautiful “Shinkyo”, a vermilion-lacquered wooden bridge belonging to the shrine, welcomes visitors to this world heritage site. The bridge is a popular photo spot and according to legend was constructed from snakes by local deities.
Tamozawa Imperial Villa
Tamozawa Imperial Villa blends traditional Edo and early modern Meiji Period architecture throughout its 106 rooms. The villa was erected in Nikko in 1899, using parts of a residence that originally stood in Tokyo.
Kinugawa Onsen is a popular hot spring resort town along the Kinugawa River in Tochigi Prefecture. The town is centered around the large hotel ryokan lining the riverbank, and offers many amusements such as the Tobu World Square and Nikko Edomura theme parks in addition to its hot spring baths.
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