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Travel from Asakusa,Tokyo to Nikko (113 miles) and Aizu (55 miles further) to Combine an Early Experience of Fall at Japan's Highest Altitude Lake with an Introduction to Samurai Culture in a Castle town.
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A two-hour trip from Tokyo, the Oku-Nikko Area Lets Travelers: *Recharge amidst mountains, trees, water and sky; *Indulge in outdoor activities galore; *Immerse themselves in history
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Now that the New Year has arrived, it's time to begin thinking about Spring, which means Sakura Season in Japan.
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The Nikko region of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, including Kinugawa Onsen (both about 2 hours north of Tokyo along the Tobu Railway line), are well known locales for enjoying nature, especially the robust mustard, amber, and crimson-colored leaves of...
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Come View Spectacular Ambers and Ochres throughout Nikko, including Irohazaka Winding Road, Setting of the Popular Road Racing Manga/Anime Series "Initial D." And, check-out the new Nikko Pass and Cycle Sharing Program!
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It's Taking Place November 9-11, 2018 in Tochigi City, Japan, Just 70 Minutes North of Tokyo via Tobu Railways ...
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Nikko, an area just less than two hours north of Tokyo on the Limited Express Tobu-railway line, has been famous in Japan for more than a century, providing a respite for cooling off and immersing in nature, during Tokyo's hot and humid summers.
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Take a Break from the Hustle Bustle of Tokyo … Enjoy Nature, Water Activities and the Adventurous Side of Japan on the Kinugawa River, Just a Two-Hour Tobu Railway Ride North From Tokyo.
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Often called "Little Edo," Tochigi City is a place to immerse and unwind in the ambience of simpler, bye-gone days, reminiscent of the Edo Period (1603-1868).