Nikko from Tokyo: day tours

Please check this link for the full list of Nikko tours.

Nikko day tours from Tokyo

There are Nikko tours from Tokyo by public transport (bus and/or train) and private cars. Nikko private car tours from Tokyo is ideal for a small group or a family.

If you are a solo traveler or a couple, then tours by public transport may be suitable. Please check if train fare is included in the tour price.

Nikko Private Tour by public transportation (depart everyday from Tokyo)

Private tour: Chartered car from Tokyo to Nikko, Toshogu, Edo Wonderland etc (private car tour)

Nikko self-guided tours

If you like to visit Nikko by your own, take Tobu Line train from Asakusa Station in Tokyo to Nikko Station. If you are looking for the train ticket from Asakusa to Nikko, check here.

About Nikko

Nikko is a city located in the Tochigi Prefecture of Japan. It is known for its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, making it a popular tourist destination.

One of the main attractions in Nikko is the Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage site that is the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate. The shrine is famous for its elaborate carvings, including the “Three Wise Monkeys” and the “Sleepy Cat”.

Another popular attraction in Nikko is the nearby Kegon Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in Japan. The falls drop 97 meters into a beautiful and serene pond, offering stunning views and a peaceful atmosphere.

The surrounding area of Nikko is also renowned for its natural beauty, including scenic lakes, rolling hills, and dense forests. The region is known for its hot springs, or “onsen,” which are popular with tourists and locals alike.

Overall, Nikko is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Japanese culture and history, as well as those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy some peace and tranquility in a stunning natural setting.


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  1. […] shrine pavilions, decorated with gorgeous Momoyama-era ornaments, were built 19 years earlier than Nikko Toshogu, and are designated as a national treasure as a representative structure of the early Edo […]