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Yunoko Lake

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Yunoko Lake

282 Reviews
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Nikko 321-1662 Tochigi Prefecture
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1 day private car/van Nikko sightseeing with English speaking driver.
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1 day private car/van Nikko sightseeing with English speaking driver.

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-What You Can Expect-<br>A small town with a deep cultural and religious history. The tour covers the components of the World Heritage designated sites of Nikko, including the Toshogu Shrine, Tamozawa Villa, Kegon Falls and Lake Chuzenji Japan’s highest natural lake. <br><br>Explore world heritage Nikko in a single day without the hassle of public transportation. Relax in a chartered car with private English speaking chauffeur and take the liberty to customize the default itinerary to best fit the needs of your group.<br><br>Our private chauffeurs are knowledgeable, friendly, flexible and English speaking general guides will help create unforgettable travel experiences in Nikko.<br><br>-Highlights-<br>. Private Chartered Car/Van<br>. Hotel pickup and drop-off provided inside 23 wards Tokyo<br>. English Speaking Driver<br>. Flexible Itinerary
$763.25 per adult
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Madshus wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia1,192 contributions379 helpful votes
After arriving to the rather bleak and wintry Yumoto Onsen, I had a look at Lake Yunoko. It was quite beautify in a chilling kind of way. Lots of interesting photographic angles here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Le Vuexre wrote a review Dec 2019
Germany114 contributions67 helpful votes
I came here in winter and it was clowdy and cold. But the place got some atmosphere. I started to walk along the lake-side and passed the Embassy-villa area. Then i had the lake for myself. It is a great get away from the hectic Tokyo scramble.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Betty S wrote a review Jul 2019
Singapore46 contributions3 helpful votes
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Many people fishing on the lake for trouts. A very serene lake and good for a walk around it... At one small area the smell of sulphur is strong as it comes from the base of the lake. You will know when you pass it from the smell and the milky colour of the water whilst all the other area are clear calm water. A walk around the lake will probably take more than an hour. But you could walk from here to Yutaki Falls which is less than half hour walk.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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travel_immersed wrote a review May 2019
Canberra, Australia61 contributions25 helpful votes
We walked around the entire lake (about 7km) and enjoyed a nice icecream at the kiosk afterwards whilst waiting for the bus. The first section of the walk on the far side of the lake is more like a hiking trail with some stairs, tree roots and suitable for walking sandals and boots. The last part back from the Falls and along the roadside is easier with sections of boardwalk and is shorter. Both sides offer lovely views. We used our special 4 day value tickets from Tokyo to travel out on the bus. They’re fabulous value and your trip out to this lake is fully covered. Regular return trip about ¥3000 from Nikko. If you’re looking for a way to escape the crowds this is a good place to head. There were a few Japanese out fishing, hiking, photography and enjoying themselves so we felt like we were hanging out with locals.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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susanhipperson wrote a review Apr 2019
Crawley, United Kingdom139 contributions93 helpful votes
Buy a 2 day pass at the station as the normal cost of a single visit is greater. Regular buses to around 6.30 pm
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Date of experience: April 2019
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