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This shrine is really big, and very beautiful. It is well worth the cost of the ticket. The beautiful black and gold was a nice change from the usual red color of japanese shrines. Also nice was going up the stairs that brought to the...More
This was a large complex. Much of it is outdoors, but there are two areas where you can go inside if you're willing to take your shoes off. Tickets were checked at the front entrance and the entrance to Hanjido Hall, which housed a roaring...More
We made the trip to Nikko on our own and not using any tour. To get there we use the Metro, the JR train and the bus from the station to the temple. We did not have any difficulty to get there.
The place is...More
We spent most of our trip in cities so this was the perfect contrast. It was so nice to see a different landscape! The Nikko-ji Temple grounds were absolutely beautiful. The trees were gigantic and green and full. The stone walkwaysand surroundings through the trees...More
We left Hamamatsuho bus station exactly at 9:00 am and arrived at the temple around 11:30 am. You need to have a map that the tour guide will give you as you can get lost easily.
There is a parking space for the buses which...More
This is a great place to visit, despite some reviews here saying the climb is steep but we managed with a 4 year old. The steps are not too steep and there are plenty opportunities to take a nice rest with a view. It's nicely...More
It was easy to see both of these. We were there in April. The renovations seemed to be limited to the roof. I’d say the monkeys had already been renovated. The cat is very small and tucked away. Check out the reverse side... More
It was easy to see both of these. We were there in April. The renovations seemed to be limited to the roof. I’d say the monkeys had already been renovated. The cat is very small and tucked away. Check out the reverse side too. Enjoy this fabulous temple. Lucky you.