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Nikko Strawberry Park

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Nikko Strawberry Park

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3581 Serinuma, Nikko 321-2405 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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jktrock wrote a review Feb 2019
Sagamihara, Japan692 contributions90 helpful votes
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Once you visit this place, you’ll never be able to buy strawberries from American stores. It was a long bus ride for us (we live near Tokyo), but was well worth it. We went on a bus tour to Niko Edo Wonderland and the strawberry park is about 20 minutes ride from there. I am not sure about the cost as we came as a big group, I think it was around $18 for an adult and $11 for a child for 30 minutes. Everything is inside, so don’t worry about getting cold in winter. There are coat racks where you can hang your jackets on the hangers. They give you small trays to put the green pits from the strawberries after you eat them. You can also take some sweet cream to dip the strawberries into. There is a a gift shop where you can buy fresh strawberries, even white ones (Japanese speciality), strawberry cookies and strawberry face masks. Even strawberry tea, although I personally didn’t like that tea. It was way too sweet for me (comes in a box of 8 sachet packets for about $8, I drank one and couldn’t drink any more)
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Date of experience: January 2019
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