In the 8th century, the Buddhist priest Shōdō Shōnin founded the first temple at Nikko, the temple of Rinnō-ji, on his way to Mount Nantai. The village became a renowned Buddhist-Shinto religious centre, leading the renowned warlord Tokugawa Ieyasu to choose it as the site for his mausoleum.
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Atsu-san is the most hospitable host imaginable and if you are looking for somewhere to stay that combines friendly, quirky and just about every other positive endorsement you can think of then Nikkorisou embodies it. Stay there and smile. I know I did. ... more
For backpackers, this is the best choice in Nikko! It is extremely accessible to both "Tobu-Nikko" Station" and "JR Nikko" station, just within 3 minutes walk. You can easily unload your heavy backpacks and start your sightseeing in Nikko. Tourist information center, buses, etc. ... more
We were received at the bar in the corner, the girl had a good English level and led us to our room. It was a small studio, clean and with fantastic views at the station square and the mountains. Clean and quite spacious, it as been a good accomodation for a few days. We would return. ... more
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Hi, My husband and I are wondering if anyone stayed at Nusa Dua before and give any good reviews for recommended $* or 5* hotels? We are thinking of Hotel Nikko because of it's hilltop views and it's given ...
Try further north than Tokyo at that time. It's coming really early this year because of the warm winter. The tree next to my house started blooming late february. Maybe try Nikko at that time. ...
: 1. Visit Nikko, home of Ieyasu Tokugawa's tomb and is a World Heritage site: http://wikitravel.org/en/Nikko ...
Montag. Mit dem Bus zum Bahnhof, dann mit dem Shinkansen nach Tokyo und weiter nach Nikko. Endlichendlich: Mizaru, iwazaru, kikazaru - die 3 Affen, die nichts Boeses sehen, sagen, hoeren... Fuer alles weitere, siehe wikipedia... Toshogu Schrein ist wieder einmal beeindruckend, goldene Farbe, die bunt ...
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