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One of the highest lake in Japan, Lake Chuzenji is such a stunning place with tranquility, beautiful view, lovely village as well as people, culture and many interesting spots around there. Where you can enjoy their local natural onsen and mineral water too.
The lake itself is beautiful. It's a pity that we were there in March before the boat trips are open. It would have been good to have a trip across the lake. The town was at least open a small were many cafes and restaurants.
Beautiful in winter.
Walked around it and caught the spectacular fireworks at 6pm when it was dark and snowing.
Truly magnificent experience.
Had coffee, beer, pancakes and cheesecake at this coffee place next to the lake, run by a cure old Japanese proprietor who spoke...More
Any trip to Nikko National Park isn't complete without a stroll (or row) around Lake Chuzenji. The impressive lake and the surrounding mountains are truly a calm and beautiful site for visitors. I suggest coming in the autumn as the yellow, orange, and red deciduous...More
Serene and beautiful. There are Kegon Falls nearby and it’s a beautiful sight to spend some time. You could go to the observation deck to see the falls which is free of cost or take the elevator down by paying 550 JPY. I arrived late...More
I came here because of that sentimental Japanese novel Lost Paradise. The scenery is really as beautiful. Autumn leaves, cool lake breeze, and the lake side walks are so good that you just don't want to leave. The western food restaurants are better than the...More
There are two train stations in Nikki, JR Nikki and Tobu Nikki. These two stations are very close, just 2 minutes walking. You can buy travel bus tickets from both stations. The bus will stop at both stations. Don’t worry... More
There are two train stations in Nikki, JR Nikki and Tobu Nikki. These two stations are very close, just 2 minutes walking. You can buy travel bus tickets from both stations. The bus will stop at both stations. Don’t worry. Just ask the guy in the ticket office. He/she will tell you everything. Study the bus ticket closely. There are numbers representing bus stops. Even if you don’t know Japanese, you can still check the bus number of the next stop. You can also find the bus schedule at the bus stop back to Nikki.The bus travel time from Nikko to Chuzenji Lake is around 45 minutes, very very punctual. From Chuzenji Lake to Nikki, another 45 minutes. As I remember, there is a train from Tobu Nikki station to Shinjuku of Tokyo every 30 minutes.
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There are many onsens nearby, you can find one for example at the end of a bus line. Sorry i dont remember which i visited couple of month ago but they can help at the bus station at Nikko. I recommend search for the one... More
There are many onsens nearby, you can find one for example at the end of a bus line. Sorry i dont remember which i visited couple of month ago but they can help at the bus station at Nikko. I recommend search for the one that fits best to your taste and budget. Dont miss the boat trip on the lake, well worth!