Hotel Sanko

3-7 Aioicho, Nikko, Tochigi, Kanto, 321-1413, Japan | Ryokan
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Location

This ryokan, located on 3-7 Aioicho, Nikko, is near Toshogu Shrine, Edo Wonderland, Taiyuinbyo Shrine, and Cryptomeria Avenue.
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Travel Blogs from Nikko

Ninja Theme Park! (Need I say more?)

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 31, 2014

63 photos

... the ninja. Knife and "Shuriken" star throwing, shooting, "Yaba" archery, and "Kazaguruma" throwing pinwheel knife darts. I think the lady was very impressed by Daniel's shooting. (He knocked over 2 out of 6 ninja stars and his other 3 shots were very close.) Raelyn tried the darts, but found it wasn't as easy as it looked. We stopped to feed the fish in the river. You lift the lid on a large wooden box to find little paper bags of ...

Sacred Shrines and Mausoleums

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 25, 2014

11 photos

... he was buried here but the area had begun to fall into obscurity after originally being a training center for monks.


I make a bee line for the Tosho-gu a Shinto shrine encompassed over multiple intricately carved, gold leaf covered buildings. I spot the infamous hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil monkeys but I am more impressed with the carvings on the store ...

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 ...

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

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 27, 2014

44 photos

... of town (where the train station and our hostel are located), straight up a hill at the top of which is a famous bridge and the entrance to the World Heritage Site. Inside the Heritage Site is a huge temple complex which stretches through the forests and surrounding hills. Walking up the hill we were surprised to see a few fellow tourists and wondered where on earth they had all been the night before! At the top of the hill is a steep set of steps leading up into the snowy hills. ...

I'm Being Followed . . . and I Feel Uncomfortable

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 22, 2013

3 comments, 54 photos

... do with their trash when walking, I ask? He tells me there are no trash cans along the streets because the Japanese do not eat snacks or sandwiches while walking down the streets. If they buy something to eat, they eat it where they buy it or take it home. They never eat or drink walking down the street.  Yes, I have noticed no one here carries a bottle of water or a can of soda around with them. There are a lot of drink vending machines along ...

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