Enjoy Nikko to the full in 1-day Tour

Nikko’s World Heritage sites comprise of 2 shrines and 1 temple, which are connected beautifully with a path of cedar trees. You will be led by our expert guides to these heritage sites of Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Nikkosan Rinnoji Temple and the Futarasan Shrine. 
Make the most of your travel by joining this one day tour where you will be able to visit other iconic landmarks of Nikko and enjoy an extravagant lunch at a lake side hotel overseeing the Lake of Chuzenji. 
Operation Days

Except the following in 2020. 
- March 16 - April 25
- May 3 - 5
- Oct 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31
- Nov 1-3, 7-8
Tourist  Attractions

Sacred Bridge (Shinkyo), Futarasan Shrine Chugushi, Futarasan Shrine, Chuzenji Temple, Kegon Waterfall, Toshogu Shrine, Rinnoji Temple
Tour Includes

Bus fare, guide service, entrance fees to shrines & temples, lunch & Yaotome Maiden Dance performance

A Japanese-speaking guide, GPS commentary system in English, Chinese & Korean.
Reservation Available
from 3 months prior to your travel date 
Bus Company
Tobu Bus Nikko 
Child (6-12)
Tobu Nikko Station – Tobu Nikko Station
JPY 7,600
JPY 4,300
Tobu Nikko Station – Kinugawa Onsen Station / Kinugawa Onsen Station – Tobu Nikko Station
JPY 7,900
JPY 4,450
Kinugawa Onsen Station – Kinugawa Onsen Station
JPY 8,200
JPY 4,600
Kinugawa Onsen Station
Dep. 10:00

Tobu Nikko Station

Shinkyo (cross the bridge)

Futarasan Shrine Chugushi & enjoy the Yaotome Maiden Dance Performance

Chuzenji (Tachiki Kannon) Temple (The tour by a local guide will be conducted in Japanese.)

Lunch at Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel 

Kegon Waterfall from the free-viewing deck

Toshogu Shrine, Rinnoji Temple & Futarasan Shrine (The tour by a local guide will be conducted in Japanese.)
Tobu Nikko Station
Arr. 17:25
Kinugawa Onsen Station
Kegon Waterfall 
The almost 100 meter tall Kegon Waterfall is located at the Lake Chuzenji of Nikko. It is the only exit for the waters of Lake Chuzenji, which makes it the most impressive and magnificient fall among the 48 waterfalls in Nikko and is ranked as one of the three most beautiful falls in Japan. The stunning views of the falls can be enjoy throughout the different seasons and throughout different angles, where a free observation platform allows you to see the falls from above and a paid elevator gets you closer to the falls.
Nikko Toshogu Shrine
Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a World Heritage site, is an architectural gem dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu. With its beautiful decorations and wonderfully skilled carvings, most of the shrine complex has been designated a National Treasure and an Important Cultural Property. It is a popular tourist destination for visitors from abroad.
Rinnoji Temple
Founded by Shodo Shonin more than 1200 years ago, Rinnoji is a Tendai Buddhist temple building in Nikko. The temple’s main building, Sanbutsudo (Three Buddha Hall), is considered to be the largest architecture in Nikko and was designated as an important cultural property. Inside the temple, there is a small Japanese style garden called Shoyoen which is a popular autumn leaf spot with the best color of peak foliage in the first half of November. 
Futarasan Shrine, Sacred Bridge 
Standing next to the Toshogu, Futarasan Shrine is dedicated to the Shinto gods, deities of Nikko's three most sacred mountains: Mount Nantai, Mount Nyoho and Mount Taro.
The Shrine is symbolized by a bridge, called Sacred Bridge crossing the Daiya River which marks as an entrance to Nikko’s shrines and temples. This beautiful vermilion lacquered structure was registered as a world heritage site in 1999. Area of the shrine grounds is so huge that it only second to the Ise Shrine of Mie Prefecture in size.