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Yunishigawa Onsen

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Yunishigawa Onsen

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Yunishikawa, Nikko 321-2601 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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Cheung wrote a review Jan 2019
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A very beautiful and silent place. Very good Onsen hotels there. But at least you stay 4 days 3 nights, otherwise insufficient time to visit the signature scenic spots there. Be ready you need to drive long hours from Tokyo. Snowing on Xmas Eve this year.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Shantylee827 wrote a review Feb 2018
Chiba, Japan223 contributions18 helpful votes
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There were so many igloos to see. From big to small. You can even have meals in one of the big igloos. Very interesting. The entrance fee for a day is 500 Yen and night only is 300 Yen. Very reasonable. If you want to see the igloos with light on, best time to go is before 5 around 4. Free shuttle Buses from Kinugawa Onsen and are running on limited days. Last bus depart from here to Kinugawa Onsen is at 5:10. The best way is to came by car. There are free parking but you need come early.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Harempercussion wrote a review Mar 2014
千葉県299 contributions174 helpful votes
My hotel drove us to the place for free. Usually, "Kamakura" is a snow house in which a few people can stay. Besides the starndard size, they made "Mini-kamakura" as a small size to put light. A lot of mini-kamakura were build along the river and were lighted up at night. It was very fantastic.
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Date of experience: February 2014
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globalcharlie wrote a review Sep 2013
Capistrano Beach, CA28 contributions31 helpful votes
Super nice people serving really authentic (and often weird) mountain village food in one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. The baths themselves are not jaw-dropping but that is not the vibe at all. Nor is it a big party onsen town though there will often be businesses making their annual corporate retreats there in winter and getting really drunk. What stands out about Yunishigawa is how utterly calm and peaceful the beauty is. If you understand wabisabi then this is the place to find it.
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Date of experience: December 2012
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TdBoy1 wrote a review Sep 2011
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There are many private baths you can take here. The mountains surrounding the area are amazing. I lived in Japan for two years and it was amazing being here.
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Date of experience: October 2010
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