Accommodation

Where to Stay in Nikko

Kinugawa - Kawaji Onsen

Kinugawa - Kawaji Onsen

The Kinugawa Onsenn is a Onsen resort that has many large-scale hotels and ryokans lining up on the location allowing guests to view scenery of the Kinugawa River and ravines. These accommodation facilities offer various types of guest rooms, from standard Japanese-style rooms to Japanese-Western style rooms and Western style rooms. In addition, there are rooms with open-air baths in some facilities. Guests can enjoy meals in their favorite styles, such as buffet style or kaiseki ryori style, in which traditional and sophisticated Japanese dishes using the local ingredients abundantly are brought in courses. The resort is also suitable as your base for a World-Heritage tour and skiing.
Kawaji Onsen is a small Onsen village in mountains, a suitable place for those who wish to have quiet and relaxing time.

Nikko and Kirifuri

Nikko

Nikko is an area that is convenient for travelling the World-Heritage shrines and temples in Nikko. Kirifuri is an area located near the World Heritages and surrounded by abundant nature. In the Nikko area, depending on the style of your travel, you can freely choose your favorite accommodation from many types of facilities ranging from large-scale hotels and ryokans with a variety of facilities, to minshuku (small inns), and pensions that serve delicious dishes, and B&Bs that you can feel at home.

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    Nikko City Tourism Association
    +81-288-22-1525

Okunikko Yumoto-Onsen

Okunikko

Okunikko is a quiet Onsen resort that has a 1200-year history and lies among magnificent nature by the Yunoko Lake. All the accommodation facilities in this area have abundant turbid Onsens and open-air baths, and many of them can offer both Japanese-style and Western style guest rooms. This area is suitable for walking around and viewing the nature in Okunikko, such as the Yunoko Lake and Senjogahara Plateau.

Chuzenji

Okunikko

Located near magnificent Mt. Nantaisan and the Chuzenji Lake, this area has gained general popularity as a summer resort from the old days. You can choose your accommodation from minshuku (small inns), and pensions that serve dishes cooked with local fish, and hotels and ryokans allowing guests to enjoy Onsens.

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    Nikko City Tourism Association
    +81-288-22-1525

Yunishigawa, Kawamata and Okukinugawa Onsen

Yunishigawa, Kawamata and Okukinugawa Onsen

In this secluded area surrounded by rich nature, tourists can enjoy rustic atmosphere. One of the characteristics of the accommodation facilities in this area is that many of them are proud of their Onsens and has good open-air baths. In this area, tourists can stay at Japanese-style ryokans or minshuku (small inns), having atmosphere like home. It is only this area that you can sit around a fire pit and enjoy the cuisine.

Imaichi

Imaichi

Imaichi is an area that offers good transport access from Tokyo. In this area, there are quiet, purely Japanese-style ryokans, as well as accommodation facilities that have abundant sports facilities to be used for training camps for students.

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    Nikko City Tourism Association
    +81-288-22-1525

Ashio

Ashio

This area is suitable for those who wish to visit the Ashio Copper Mine or who wish to see the place that has not become a tourist spot. At the foot of Mt. Koshinzan, there is a public accommodation facility where guests can enjoy an open-air bath of the natural Onsen.

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    Nikko City Tourism Association
    +81-288-22-1525