About this sight
Located in the historical city of Nikko, this is the mausoleum of Iemitsu, the third Tokugawa shogun, who established the feudal system of the Tokugawa shogunate. The mausoleum is listed among the Nikko UNESCO Heritage Temples and Shrines.
Nikko Castella Honpo
Exclusively located in Nikko, this store offers specialty cakes and souvenirs. The store is most popular for its Castella cakes, which are moist, soft and fluff
Yomeimon (Main Gate)
Nikko Coffee is a Japanese-style coffee shop located in Nikko.
Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine
This Shinto shrine is part of the "Shrines and Temples of Nikko" and the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Ieyasu i
Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa
This site is a historic park in Nikko consisting of gardens and an imperial villa that originally was the retreat for the Taisho emperor when he was the crown p
Hotel Harumoto is 800 metres from Nikko Toshogu Shrine and offers free transfers to/from both of Nikko’s train stations. It features massages, a hot public bath
Nikko Senhime Monogatari
Guests can enjoy soaking in the indoor and outdoor public hot-spring baths at Nikko Senhime Monogatari. Massages can be requested and a sauna room is available
Turtle Inn Nikko
Just 1 km from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Turtle Inn Nikko offers value-for-money accommodation with river views. Hot spring baths are available and breakfast and di
Just a 5-minute walk from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Hotel Seikoen offers Japanese-style rooms featuring tatami (woven straw) flooring with futon bedding. Guests can
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