Hanabusa

1458-1 Tokorono, Nikko, Tochigi, Kanto, 321-1421, Japan | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located in the Nikko Onsen area of Nikko, is near Toshogu Shrine, Edo Wonderland, Taiyuinbyo Shrine, and Cryptomeria Avenue.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hanabusa Nikko

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Nikko

Ninja Theme Park! (Need I say more?)

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 31, 2014

63 photos

... and dinner break. I got drinks and "fast" food for the kids while Joe ordered us a meat/veggie/rice bowl. Once I figured out we weren't eating chicken or pork, I couldn't finish it. Watching Joe scarf down his big bowl of tripe just really grossed me out even more. I ate the veggies and rice and drank my miso soup. After getting up so early, we were glad to be back and ready for bed. I'm sure these kids will be dreaming of Edo Land!
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Sacred Shrines and Mausoleums

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 25, 2014

11 photos

... laying down sleeping but the I'm so tired I've passed out sitting up in strange positions sleeping. When I was at the museum they were slumped over in chairs, in the park on the benches and of course on the metro on the way home. I know people here work a lot but for a whole population to be this tired it's really surprising and kind of scary. Hopefully they don't operate machinery at ...

Nikko, Japan

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 28, 2014

48 photos

... The rest of morning was spent at Tosyogu Shrine. As you walk through the gate in front of the main shrine, you are facing directly North of Tokyo. It was built this way as then the shrine can watch over Tokyo that is directly to the south. This shrine is significant as it is one of the most elaborately coloured shrines in Japan. It is dedicated to Tokugawa who conquered most of Japan. His rule was known as the Edo era. It lasted 260 years of ...

What's there to do in Nikko?

A travel blog entry by nfitz.cmac on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... most tight, hair-pin bends imaginable. Luckily our driver was an absolute legend. We were the only two on the bus, and he kept stopping in the middle of the road to let us take photos of monkeys and deer along the way, before getting out at one station to buy us both a bottle of iced green-tea - the best in Japan, according to him.

That night we had a barbecue in the outdoor lounge with the rest of the guests: a couple from ...

Two brave explorers venture into... THE ABYSS!!

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 27, 2014

44 photos

... Shinto-ism, but we always try to travel with open minds and open hearts and immerse ourselves as much as possible in things we might not always understand. The chanting, which we’d thought must have been coming from a whole chorus of monks, turned out to be coming from just one man who sat at the front of a long wall covered in deities and offerings and statues. As he chanted he was also performing some hand movements and was clicking and waving different objects which ...