Nikko is registered as World Heritage. The difference of sea level ranges 2,000 m or more indeed in Nikko. From the fact that change in weather and terrain is clear and four seasons are distinctive, rich and diverse natural world is formed.
Day 1: Departure from home country
Day 2: Toshogu
In the early morning tourists start from Shinjuku by express bus to Ichigo (strawberry)-farm. Arriving there they pick blueberries and grapes. Then they take lunch seeing nice view of fruit garden. After lunch they visit Nikko Toshogu Shrine Nikko Toshogu is a Shinto shrine established in 1617 to enshrine Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate. Ieyasu was born on December 26, 1542 in Okazaki Castle in Mikawa (present day Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture). After a great deal of hardship from an early age he succeeded in pacifying the country after a turbulent period of conflict and established the Tokugawa shogunate system in 1603. His actions brought order and organization to Japanese society while promoting scholarship and industry. Ieyasu laid the foundation for over 260 years of peace and culture during the Edo Period, greatly contributing to the development of modern Japan. They visit Toshogu Treasure House, Toshogu Museum of Art, Toshogu Butokuden Hall. After visiting them they go to hotel.
Day 3: Lake Chuzenji and Kegon-Falls
After breakfast they go to Lake Chuzenji near the hotel.
The beautiful Lake Chuzenji with its spectacular Kegon Falls is about 20km west of Nikko town. They ride on a big boat on Lake Chuzenji to look around the beautiful landscapes of woods. Lake Chuzenji is a scenic lake in the mountains above the town of Nikko. It is located at the foot of Mount Nantai, Nikko's sacred volcano, whose eruption blocked the valley below, thereby creating Lake Chuzenji about 20,000 years ago. After riding on a boat, they have lunch of local food at the restaurant near the lake. Then they go to Kegon Falls which is located at the end of east side of the lake. Kegon Falls is one of most popular spots in Nikko. In Japanese, it is called "Kegon-no-taki".And, it is popular as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan, along with Fukuroda Falls in Ibaraki Prefecture and Nachi Falls in Wakayama Prefecture. They return to the hotel.
Day 4: Shinjuku
After breakfast they go to Shinjuku by express bus.
-Transportation and transfers
-English speaking guide-
-1 bottle of mineral water per day
Rates do not include:
-Flights (from home country to Japan)
-Meals except described
-Tips and portage