The Nikko Senhime Monogatari is located very close to The World Heritage (Shrines and Temples of Nikko)
Please stay with us and enjoy Japanese ryokan style hotel's hospitality.
Major Tourist Spot of Nikko
Shrines and Temples of Nikko (The World Heritage)
10 minutes walk
[The Toshogu Shrine]
The Toshogu Shrine is the mourtuary shirine built for Tokugawa Ieyasu,founder of the Tokugawa shougunate. Is was first built in 1617, then reconstructed in 1636.
[The Rinno-ji Temple]
The origin of the Ronno-ji Temple is the Shihonryu-ji which was built in 766 by Shodo Shonin. He is called the founder of Nikko mountain, and his statue stands at the entrance of the temple.
[The Futara-san Shrine]
The Futarasan enshrines three deities of Onamuchi(Mt.Nantai), Tagorihime(Mt.Nyohou), and Ajisukitakahikone(Mt.Tarou). On April 13-17 every year,Yayoi-Sai Festival is held in Futara-san Shrine.
Nikko Tamozawa Area 10 misutes walk
[Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park]
The Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park (Former Tamozawa Imperial Villa) was built in 1899 for the purpose of the Emperor of Taisho's rest. It is 4500 square meters, has 106 rooms.
Chuzenji Area 30 - 40 misutes by bus
Lake Chuzenji lies at the southern foot of Mt.Nantai,1,269 meters above sea- level.This lake was created 20,000 years ago when Mount Nantai erupted and blocked the river.
Kegon falls is one of the three most beautiful falls in Japan. It is a stream of water cascades 97 meters straight down from the Lake Chuzenji.
Kinugawa Area 40 - 60 misutes by train and bus
Edo Wonderland is a Japenese culture theme park. People are strolling around the town in a costume of Edo period as Ninja, Samurai and more .You can enjoy a life style of Edo period there.
*Almost every day, free shuttle bus is runnning between Edo Wonderland and Nishi-sando (near by the World Heritage) 4 times in a day. It takes about 35 minutes.
[Tobu World Square]
Tobu World Squareis a Japenese culture theme park. 1/25th of the original sizes of 102 historic relics and architectures in the premises, which are exhibited in the Park.