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Tochigi Prefecture
Itineraries

Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Itinerary Type :
Autumn Colors Viewing, Historic Sites, National Parks, Onsens, Scenic Drives, Temples/Shrines, UNESCO Sites
Number of Stops :
18
Est. Drive :
50 km / 30.8 miles - 1 hours and 30 minutes
Est. Site-Seeing :
Between 6 hours 5 minutes and 16 hours 25 minutes

Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Nikko National Park
Itinerary Type :
Autumn Colors Viewing, Historic Sites, National Parks, Onsens, Scenic Drives, Temples/Shrines, UNESCO Sites
Number of Stops :
16
Est. Drive :
78 km / 48.2 miles - 2 hours and 8 minutes
Est. Site-Seeing :
Between 5 hours 5 minutes and 13 hours 5 minutes
This itinerary is designed to provide a day trip from the town of Nikko through the mountains to the shores of Lake Chuzenji and back. It uses the Nikko Station and the Tobu-Nikko Stations as start and end points but users can start and end where ever they want.

Courtesy Mashiko Tourist Association
Applicable Dates :
Available the 29th of April through the 6th of May
Itinerary Type :
Festivals, Markets
Number of Stops :
1
Est. Site-Seeing :
Between 60 minutes and 4 hours
Mashiko’s main industry, pottery, attracts over two million visitors every year. There are as many as 250 potteries and about 50 ceramic shops in Mashiko.

The Pottery Festival has been held twice a year since 1966.

Normally accessed by train from Shimodate, or by bus from Utsunomiya.

Courtesy Mashiko Tourist Association
Applicable Dates :
Available the 29th of April 2021 through the 5th of May 2021
Itinerary Type :
Festivals, Markets
Number of Stops :
1
Est. Site-Seeing :
Between 60 minutes and 4 hours
Mashiko’s main industry, pottery, attracts over two million visitors every year. There are as many as 250 potteries and about 50 ceramic shops in Mashiko.

The Pottery Festival has been held twice a year since 1966.

Normally accessed by train from Shimodate, or by bus from Utsunomiya.

Courtesy Mashiko Tourist Association
Applicable Dates :
Available the 29th of April 2022 through the 5th of May 2022
Itinerary Type :
Festivals, Markets
Number of Stops :
1
Est. Site-Seeing :
Between 60 minutes and 4 hours
Mashiko’s main industry, pottery, attracts over two million visitors every year. There are as many as 250 potteries and about 50 ceramic shops in Mashiko.

The Pottery Festival has been held twice a year since 1966.

Normally accessed by train from Shimodate, or by bus from Utsunomiya.