Nikko: late April
Kinugawa - Kawaji hot spring: early April - mid-April
Okunikko: early May - mid-May
Yunishigawa, Kawamata and Okukinu Hot Spring: late April - early May
Imaichi: early April - mid-April
Ashio: mid-April - early May
Azalea: End of May to Beginning of June (Across the City of Nikko)
Cherry: Beginning of April to Middle of May (Across the City of Nikko)
Japanese Primrose: Middle of June (Okunikko)
Nikko Day Lily: Beginning to Middle of July (Nikko)
Colored Autumn Leaves: End of September to End of November (Across the City of Nikko)
Nikko: early November - mid-November
Kinugawa - Kawaji hot spring: mid-October - late November
Okunikko: early October - late October
Yunishigawa, Kawamata and Okukinu Hot Spring: late September - early November
Imaichi: late October - early November
Ashio: mid-October - late November
Yes, you can. You can participate in or see the most of the events provided in this website. For detailed information, please check the information of each event.Events
Many campsites are available for you, such as Kinugawa Onsen Auto Campsite, Nikko Daiyagawakoen Auto Campsite and New Kirifuri Campsites.
It is strongly recommend to make reservation in advance. You can search accommodation facilities on the following site.Accommodation Search
In order that everyone can enjoy hot springs, we provide basic etiquettes before, during and after taking bath in the following site.Japanese hot spring bathing etiquette
Guests at a ryokan or hotel can use the “chartered bath” service that allows them to charter a bath room for a certain period of time.Search for the accommodation facilities that provide the chartered bath service
There are restaurants in the areas near the Nikko Station and Tobu-Nikko Station, World-Heritage shrines and temples in Nikko, and other major stations and sightseeing spots. However, because some restaurants are closed in nighttime, make sure to check whether the restaurant is open or not in advance.
You can get to Nikko from Tokyo in about two hours by train. For detailed information, please see the following website.Access from the Tokyo Area
You can use trains or busses to go to Kinugawa from Nikko. For detailed information, please see the following website.Transportation in the City of Nikko
The bus fare differs depending on the route you use. The following website provides the fares of the major routesMain Transportation Methods in the Nikko City
If you have a car, you can get to any of those places in a convenient manner. If you use trains, please refer to the following website.Means of access to Nikko City
You can exchange currency at the following banks and post office.
ATMs and CDs allowing travelers from overseas countries to draw Japanese yen are placed in banks, post offices and convenience stores (Seven-Eleven franchisees).
Some hotels accepts China Union Pay Cards.Search for the facilities that accept China Union Pay Cards
Coin-operated lockers are located at some major stations.
You can use “Nikko City Wi-Fi,” a Wireless LAN service provided for tourists.Nikko City Wi-Fi
Convenience stores are located at the places near the stations and along the national roads in Nikko, Kinugawa Hot Spring and Imaichi areas.
There are no facilities that can serve perfect Halal meals, but some accommodation facilities can serve Muslim-friendly meals or meals that contain no pork, upon request by guests.
In addition, there are some facilities that can provide the services for Muslims, such as provision of space for prayer.