The Shrines and Temples in Nikko were designated as a world cultural heritage in 1999.
Nikko is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan. The Shrines and Temples in Nikko were designated as a world cultural heritage in 1999.
In this tour, we will visit following sightseeing spots.
- Shinkyo Bridge
- Rinnoji Temple
- Toshogu Shrine
- Futarasan Shrine
- Taiyuin Mausoleum
The basic itinerary is as follows,
8:15 Meet at your Hotel and move to Tobu Nikko Station by subway and train.
10:54 Arrive at Tobu Nikko Station and move to Toshogu Shrine by bus.
- Shinkyo Bridge : One of the most popular photo spots in Nikko.
- Rinnoji Temple : It has more than 1,200 years history. Three golden Buddha are must-see.
- Toshogu Shrine : Japan's most gorgeous shrine and world-famous for its colorful and elaborate sculptures of plants, animals and imaginary creatures.
- Futarasan Shrine : Nowadays, it’s a shrine of love.
- Taiyuin Mausoleum : The grave of the third Shogun of the Tokugawa dynasty.
15:00 Bus from Toshogu Shrine to Tobu Nikko Station.
15:23 Ttrain from Tobu Nikko Station to your hotel
18:00 Arrive at your hotel
If you want to enjoy a mountain view in Nikko, we can skip some temples and shrines, and add following places into the itinerary. But in case a heavy traffic jam is forecasted, this option is not available.
- Iroha-Zaka Slope : 48 hairpin curves and a beautiful mountain view.
- Akechidaira : Beautiful combination view of Lake Chuzenji and Kegon Water Fall.
- Kegon Water Fall : 97m waterfall. One of the three most famous waterfalls in Japan.
At your hotel in Tokyo
Price Doesn't Include:
Transportation Cost (you and the guide)
- From your hotel to Toshogu Shrine : About 5000JPY/Person (2-way)
Lunch (you and the guide)
Admission Fee (you and the guide)
- Toshogu Shrine : 1300JPY/Person,
- Rinnoji Temple/Taiyuin Mausoleum : 900JPY/person
- Futarasan Shrine : 200JPY/person
- Akechidaira Ropeway : 720JPY/person
- Kegon Water Fall : 550JPY/person
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► About Me
I’m Hideaki Murayama. Just call me “Mura” or “Mura-san”. “San” means “Mr.” or "Ms." in Japanese.
I'm a "National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter" in English.
My basic policy as a tour guide is to entertain my guests with my best hospitality. I really like to see my guests smiling. I myself also enjoy chatting with my guest about not only a general explanation about Japanese culture and history but everything based on my experiences and hobbies.
Let’s enjoy a wonderful tour in Japan !
► My Hobbies
My hobbies are playing golf, listening classical music and watching football.
► My best travel experience
I have experiences to live in the following cities on business.
- Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) Four years
- Nantong (China) One and half years,
- Jakarta (Indonesia) One and half years
- Baton Rouge (Louisiana, USA) Two years.
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