Neighborhood in Tochigi:
Sights in Utsunomiya
Oya History Museum
The Oya Museum is the site of the Oya Stone Mine.
The Shinohara house is the old residence of the shinohara family, a business magnate family that prospered through the Edo and Meiji periods. This site was appo
Tochigi Science Museum
Utsunomiya Museum of Art
The Utsunomiya Museum of Art hosts a permanent collection of 20th century art as well as many temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
This peace pagoda was built as a war memorial for fallen soldiers, and as a prayer for world peace and the happiness of mankind.
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts
This museum was founded in 1972 for the exhibition of modern and contemporary arts.
Tochigiken Chuo Park
This semi-Western style park is comprised under the theme of "water, greenery and culture". Featuring four ponds, a Japanese garden, a sunken Western garden, ch
Utsunomiya Castle Ruins Park
The Castle Ruins Park is located in Utsunomiya and is particularly pleasant to visit during the cherry blossom season in Spring.
The Utsunomiya tower is a radio tower in Utsunomiya that is 89 meters high, with a lookout at the 30 meter point that looks over the city and has a clear view o
Richmond Hotel (Utsunomiya)
Richmond Hotel is a chain of comfortable business-style hotels. This particular branch is conveniently located close to Utsunomiya JR Station.
Utsunomiya Minmin (Hotel R-Mets)
At this popular restaurant chain, visitors can try different types of gyoza (dumplings), which are a specialty in Utsunomiya. It is conveniently located inside