Approx. 2 hours from Tokyo "Nikko",
a town that breathes history and nature

In the "Nikko area", you can enjoy the scenic nature and history.
In October, when the leaves of the trees turn "red",
you can enjoy colorful autumn views.
For Nikko, autumn is special.

How about visiting Nikko in autumn,
the most attractive season of the year?

Have you ever experienced Nikko?


Experience every shade of autumn at Nikko’s Chuzenji lake area

Nestled in the mountainous Tochigi prefecture, to the north of Tokyo, Nikko is mostly known for the intricately decorated Nikko Toshogu Shrine, the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate.


Enjoying nature in Nikko Course

This is a course designed to enjoy the great outdoors of Nikko. From boat rides on the Chuzenji Lake that people from all over the world have loved as a summer retreat since long ago, enjoying the view from the ropeway, to hiking, it is recommended for those who like to be active.

Course to enjoy the nature and history of Nikko

With this course, you can fully enjoy the culture and history of the Nikko area, while also enjoying the nature of the Oku-Nikko area that was loved by many foreigners. Enjoy the views such as the World's Longest Cedar Tree-Lined Avenue that has been registered in the Guiness Book of World Records, and Lake Chuzenji loved by ambassadors from each country.


Nikko is a place, where you can meet new people and the healing power of nature while enjoying its history and culture.

Let’s go to NIKKO


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