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this is a little hidden gem which is a nice stroll of about 30min up an avenue of trees and past a shrine and long past all these Buddas wandering along the track near the river in the forest.in autum it would be a site...More
Kanmangafuchi Gorge (it's not an abyss, not even close) is a peaceful place for a quiet walk by the river on the outskirts of Nikko. Check local tourist maps for the best way to get there, as there are a few different options and the...More
We took a very pleasant walk here during our trip to Nikko. This area was wonderful and very peaceful. The river that flows through the gorge contributes to the beautiful scenery. You can easily reach this area on a public bus and then it is...More
A beautiful quiet place worth a visit. If you're visiting the Toshogu shrine, it's walking distance from there, maybe 20minutes. It's really good because there are not many people there, so it's a good place to just relax and enjoy nature. You can listen to...More
We visited on a sunshiney day after spending the morning in the busy shrines. It was wonderful to experience the peaceful sounds of the river and the bright greens of the foliage. Water was turquoise blue and the red capsand capes of the jizu were...More
I’ve been to this area twice now and each time I’ve found walking along this track to be a lovely peaceful walk. Admittedly I was staying at the far end of Nikko and after a hectic day of sightseeing it was lovely to walk back...More
We walked the trail early morning and called into the Nikko Botanic Gardens on the way. The gardens aren't like the manicured gardens you'd expect in Japan but the diversity of plants, birds etc is great. We also stopped at the shrine to the five...More
Well whole Nikko area is a tourist trap. Small ordinary bridge, on wbich you have to pay and it is closed one side... Few temples with high entrance fees, this statues, there are just statues... So boring trip and waste of time and money!
Hi! From the Tobu Nikko or JR Nikko Station, you can get there by bus or by taxi (or you can rent a car). For the bus, please note that in most cases, the bus will have no wheelchair access (from what I observed). Then, upon... More
Hi! From the Tobu Nikko or JR Nikko Station, you can get there by bus or by taxi (or you can rent a car). For the bus, please note that in most cases, the bus will have no wheelchair access (from what I observed). Then, upon getting off at the nearest bus stop to Kammangauchi, you have to walk for 10+ minutes. The road here is concrete but not flat, BUT manageable by wheelchair. As you pass a local inn and park, the dirt road starts. If you take it slow, I think, its possible by wheelchair. You can go until the 1st line up of Jizo (the statues with the red bibs). Be mindful of other people around there because the road in front of the Jizo's is very narrow. BUT if you can go on a weekday or low season (like now!), there are usually no people milling around. After this, it would be difficult to move forward, because you have to climb a stone stairs. You will just miss the sort of hut that has a view of the river and the 2nd line up of Jizo's. Other than that, I think it's still worth a visit.