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Highlights

  •   Oya stone quarry site
  •   The longest tree lined avenue in the Guinness Book Records
  •   Iroha slpes. 48 curves steep mountain road
  •   Source of hot water (Onsen) and enjoy foot bathing
  •   Lake Chuzenji and Lake Yunoko
  •   Three great waterfalls, Yutaki, Ryuzunotaki and Kegon
  •   Italian Embassy Villa memorial park
  •   Toshogu- Shrine

Information

City Nikko
Meeting Point JR Utsunomiya station
Ending Point JR Utsunomiya station
Departure 09:00 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 8h   Flexible
Languages English (License)
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 1 ~ 4

May to September

Booking
8h
When?

People

233.20 USD

total price up to 4

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What to Expect

After arriving at JR Utsunomiya station, your guide will take you to Nikko National Park and World Heritage Site. On the way to Nikko, we'll pass through an avenue lined with Japanese cedars. This avenue is recorded as the longest tree lined avenue in the Guinness Book of World Records. We will see Yunoko Lake in Yumoto area and also enjoy "Ashiyu" or foot bathing. We'll visit the Yutaki Waterfall, the Ryuzu Waterfall, and the Kegon Waterfall. Around Chuzenji Lake, we'll spend some time at the Italian Embassy Villa memorial park. Lunch will be at Chuzenji Lake or Sannai area. Our last visit will be the Toshogu-Shrine.


What‘s included

Guide fee
transportation to/from Utsunomiya

What‘s not included

Lunch
Parking fee per group (Yutaki 410 yen, Kegon 310 yen Toshogu 500 yen)
Admission fee per person (Toshogu 1,300 yen)
Insurance ( I strongly recommend that you should be insured before you leave your country.)

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Reviews

J
J
6 months ago , From: United States

Jack-san was an excellent guide on our tour of Nikko. He worked with us to shape the tour to meet the requirements of our large group, and brought us to places we had not been before. We are a well-informed group, and Jack's extensive historical and cultural knowledge contributed to a pleasurable exploration of the shrines and imperial villa. We really enjoyed ourselves. We recommend Jack the tour guide wholeheartedly.

Jack:
Hi Mike, Thank you so much making your comment which is excellent for me. I believe you enjoyed spending time in Nikko. If you like potteries, Mashiko is the place to visit next time. When you will be back to Japan with your grandchildren, I will take you to Edo Wonderland and Tobu World Square. Those theme parks are not required English Speaking Guide, though.

C
Caterina
1 year ago , From: Italy

Grande Jack!! We really enjoyed the tour. Ciao Cate

Jack:
I am glad to hear that you enjoyed my guiding with your group. I presume it was hard for you to translate in Italian for some of your group members.

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