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Most people visit Nikko as a day trip from Tokyo, but this is a huge mistake. We spent 5 days exploring the area where "untouched nature meets religious fusion." Nikko is located 157 km north of Tokyo. We hadn't until Tobu Railways contacted us to see if we wanted to explore the picturesque region just two hours by train from Tokyo.When we visited during the busiest time of the year, we saw few Westerners among locals scattered throughout the 1,147 square-km (443-square-mile) of Nikko National Park. Nikko is a gem known to thousands of tourists from Japan that visit to spy the magnificent Tokugawa shrine complex and surrounding area.Having the chance to spend four nights in Nikko, we managed to take in all it had to offer and fell in love with not only the culture but the beauty and people of the land.
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back to top The number one attraction in Nikko is the Tosho-gu Shrine dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu.
Tokugawa Ieyasu was the most powerful man in Japan in 1600.
Home to Shinto and Buddhist religions dating back to the 1600s, Nikko is one of the top spots in Japan to explore the scenic and the sacred.
Local Japanese know of the beauty of Nikko, but few foreigners have heard of this Unesco World Heritage Site and massive nature reserve.