Cedar Avenue of Nikko
About this sight
Part the old Nikko Kaido route, this 35.4-kilometer trail—which is the longest tree-lined avenue according to the Guinness Book of World Records—leads to the Toshogu Shrine. Lined by some 200,000 cedars, it is designated a Special Historic Site and a Special Natural Monument in Japan.
Sakaeya (Tobu Nikko Ekimae)
Age Yuba Manju is a fried steamed bun with yuba (bean curd skin) and red bean paste inside. It is a popular souvenir to buy in Nikko.
Nikko National Park
The Nikko National Park consists of the Nasu volcanic zone and mountain range that spans across Gunma, Tochigi and Fukushima prefectures.
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