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

What was I thinking

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 13, 2014

The countryside may suit some, like for example, bears, but I don't think it's for me. I've been awake the last 90 minutes thanks to a snorer in the bunk next to mine. Missed the Russian GP due to the wifi..... I'll forego the second night here and head back to ...

Nikko

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 12, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

I've come to Nikko to sample a bit of the Japanese countryside and the place certainly looks rural. They have a very large ice hockey rink here, with three giant car parks so they must get a lot of winter trade. I walked up to the onsen at the top of the hill, stopping at the rink for directions, then got the primer on ...

Ninja Theme Park! (Need I say more?)

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 31, 2014

63 photos

... Kai Kai Tei (a mysterious ninja house filled with illusions.) The outside of the house looks like it's tilted or sinking into the ground and the little water garden outside has a stream where the water flows uphill! Inside this house we couldn't walk straight! It was strange how much it messed up my equilibrium and I felt queasy!

After leaving this house we went to our first live action show. The story is two rival ...

Sacred Shrines and Mausoleums

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 25, 2014

11 photos


As we approach Nikko the green terraces and farm land give way to rolling hills and mini mountains shrouded in cloud. It gives Nikko an air of mysticism. The first ruler of the final shogunate line chose this place as home in the afterlife. This war lord had seized power of Japan 250 years before the end of the feudal period. His chosen burial place was a well established holy site ...

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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