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One-Day Trip to Nikko Walking around World Cultural Heritage Sites

Tour feature and details

Nikko is located 120km north of Tokyo. It has been a religious sacred place since 8th century when a Buddhist priest founded a temple. There are two shrines and a temple in the center of the area, which were designated as World Cultural Heritage sites in 1999.
In this tour, we leisurely walk around these shrines and temple and enjoy delicious local food at lunch.

Course(Visiting Spots)

1.Nikko Toshogu Shrine
It was built in 1617 to enshrine Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of Tokugawa shogunate. You'll be astonished at the colorful, elaborate decorations over the buildings.

2.Futarasan Shrine
It's supposedly founded in the 8th century and has enshrined three high mountains in Nikko as objects of worship.

3.Rinnoji Temple
It's also founded in the 8th century and has enshrined three 8m(26 feet) gilded Buddha statues in the magnificent hall .

4.Taiyuin Mausoleum
It's a mausoleum of the 3rd shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu and was founded in 1653. Buildings are relatively modest compared with Toshogu shrine, but its colorful, elaborate decorations also give pleasures to visitors.

Departure Time 8:00AM
Duration 11 hours
Number of People 1~5
Meeting Point Your Hotel
Tour End Your Hotel
What's Included ・Professional guide fee
・Hotel pick-up and drop-off
What's Excluded ・Transportation fee for customers and a guide
・Food and drinks for customers and guide
・Attraction fee for customers and a guide (above-mentioned 5 places are all free)
Reservation Deadline 4 days before the tour
Others Travel insurance not be attached.
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  • Language:English
  • Interpreter Guide Number:EN00904
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Tour Fee

  • US$223 per group

Cancellation Policy

8 or more days before tour date
No Cancellation Fee
2-7 days before tour date
20% Cancellation Fee
1 day before tour date
50% Cancellation Fee
On the tour date or If you do not send a cancellation contact
100% Cancellation Fee

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