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Kozuchi no Yado Tsurukame Daikichi
Kozuchi no Yado Tsurukame Daikichi
Exceptional
4.6
(86 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
Located 3 minutes on foot from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, this hotel offers a great base for sightseeing. Open-air baths and charcoal grilled cuisine are popular with guests.
How to get there?
Nikko Station (JR Nikko Line): Take a bus bound for Chuzenji/Yumoto Onsen to the Sogokaikan bus stop (about 7 min). It is 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at the Nikko IC and continue along Route 119 for about 2 km (about 5 min) and turn left at the T-junction onto Route 120, towards Chuzenji. The hotel is on the left hand side 300 m ahead.
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Hotel Kinugawa Gyoen
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Hotel Kinugawa Gyoen
Excellent
4.2
(16 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Guests can command a stunning view of Kinugawa Valley from the hotel lobby. Enjoy the luxurious cuisine buffets in the morning and evenings using seasonal ingredients, offering 140 different dishes.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): About 8 min on foot or about 3 min by taxi. Alternatively, take the Tobu Dial bus and get off at Kinugawa Gyoen-mae bus stop (about 5 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi-Kinugawa IC and continue along Route 121 for about 16 km(about 30 min). After reaching Kinugawa-onsen Station, head towards Kawaji for 1 km.
Kawaji Onsen Ichiryukaku Honkan
Kawaji Onsen Ichiryukaku Honkan
Excellent
4.3
(2 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
Kawaji Onsen is one of Japan's foremost spa resorts, boasting an abundant supply of hot spring water of 380 liters a minute. The entirety of the Kawaji hot springs resort can be seen from the panoramic bath on the top floor. Enjoy the skin beautifying effect of the pH8.1 alkaline simple spring.
How to get there?
From Kawaji-Onsen Station (Aizu-Kinugawa Line): 15 minutes on foot. Pick-up/drop-off service is also available. Please contact the hotel after arriving at the station.
By car: (From Tokyo) Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC and continue along Nikko-Utsunomiya Road. Get off at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 towards Kinugawa/Kawaji Onsen. About 40 minutes from Imaichi IC, 160 minutes from Tokyo. (From Sendai) Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Yaita IC and continue along Route 121. About 250 minutes from Sendai.
Hotel Kojoen
Hotel Kojoen
Exceptional
4.6
(230 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This guesthouse uses foreign ambassador cottages, and its open-air bath and family bath are popular among guests. The guesthouse offers original food with a mix of Japanese and European styles.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR, Tobu Railway): 35 min by car. Alternatively, take a bus to the Chuzenji-Onsen bus stop (50 min).
By car: 10 km (25 min) from Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Kiyotaki IC.
Itoen Hotel New Sakura
Itoen Hotel New Sakura
Excellent
4.3
(15 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Just 8 minutes' walk from the train station! Guests can enjoy the hotel's skin-beautifying hot spring in the open-air bath, large communal bath (with sauna) and 4 reservable private baths! All-you-can-drink alcoholic drinks available at dinner and a buffet performance at the live kitchen!
How to get there?
By bus: Direct buses are available from the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater (Ikebukuro), Saitama Shintoshin, Omiya Station and Utsunomiya Station. Reservation required. Please contact the hotel by phone for details.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC, then exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 (Nikko-kaido) for about 25 minutes.
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station: About 8 minutes on foot.
By bus: Direct buses are available from the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater (Ikebukuro), Saitama Shintoshin, Nishi-Funabashi and Matsudo. Reservation required. Please contact the hotel by phone for details.
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station: A route bus operates between the hotel and Kinugawa-Onsen Station. Alternatively, about 8 minutes on foot, or 3 minutes by taxi.
Asaya Hotel
Asaya Hotel
Excellent
4.4
(17 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
This inn is located in Kinugawa, one of the best hot springs in Japan. The famous Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Nikko National Park are located nearby, and the inn showcases the natural beauty of its surroundings throughout the year.
How to get there?
To Kinugawa-Onsen Station: 2 hr by Tobu Express from Tobu Asakusa Station.
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station: 5 min by taxi.
Okukinu Onsen Hotel Kaniyu
Okukinu Onsen Hotel Kaniyu
Excellent
4.3
(3 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
Blessed by rich nature, this hotel features 5 outdoor baths, in which the milky-white water has 41 effects and is known as "Bijin-no-Yu" ("hot spring of beauty").
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line) Main Exit: Take the Nikko city bus to Meotobuchi (approx. 105 min). 25 min by pick-up service from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC and continue along National Route 121 and Prefectural Route 23 for about 120 min (80 km). About 4.5 km from the Meotobuchi bus stop (pick-up service also available).
Hotel Sunshine Kinugawa
Hotel Sunshine Kinugawa
Excellent
4.4
(8 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
This is a large hotel, yet provides guests with comforting service. Each guestroom in the 14-story building faces the valley and there are open-air baths beautifully set amongst the surrounding nature.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa Onsen Station (Tobu Line): Take the Tobu Dial Bus bound for the hotel and get off at the Hotel Sunshine Kinugawa bus stop (about 5 minutes). The hotel is less than a minute from the stop on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 30 minutes (15 km) towards Tobu World Square.
Yunishigawa Onsen Hotel Yunishigawa
Yunishigawa Onsen Hotel Yunishigawa
Yunishigawa, Nikko
Enjoy a relaxing stay in a lodging surrounded by nature at Yunishigawa Onsen, which has over 400 years of history and is associated with the legend of Heike no Ochudo, the defeated soldiers of the Heike.
*All rooms are non-smoking and in Japanese style.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station (JR Aizu Kinugawa Line): about 20 min by bus.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC.
Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel
Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel
Excellent
4.4
(5 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This Western, log house style hotel faces Lake Chuzenji, in the center of Nikko National Park. Guests can enjoy Kanaya Hotel's traditional French cuisine, and hot springs in the annex. An open-air bath is also available.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR Nikko Line): Take a Tobu Bus bound for Yumoto Onsen to the Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel-mae bus stop (about 60 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Kiyotaki IC and continue along Route 120 for about 17 km (about 25 min). Look for the sign at the Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel entrance.
Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki
Kinugawa Hotel Mikazuki
Excellent
4.5
(23 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Two minutes from Kinugawa Onsen hot spring resort, offering several choices of transport. The largest hotel in Kinugawa district with multi-purpose convention halls. Buffet dining available.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa Onsen Station (Private Railway Tobu Kinugawa Line): about 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC and continue along the Nikko Utsunomiya toll road. Exit at the Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 25 minutes.
Nikko Kanaya Hotel
Nikko Kanaya Hotel
Excellent
4.1
(16 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This resort hotel is Japan's oldest, built in 1873. It is just 15 minutes on foot from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, making it convenient for tourists.

How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR / Tobu Railway): 5 min by car; 6 min by bus (get off at the Shinkyo bus stop).
By car: 5 min from Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Nikko IC.
Irodori Yukashiki Hana to Hana
Irodori Yukashiki Hana to Hana
Excellent
4.3
(14 reviews)
Yunishigawa, Nikko
A milky hot spring that's great for the skin is this hotel's charm. Located at the gateway to Yunishigawa Onsen, this hotel has hot springs with the highest alkalinity in the Kanto region. With every soak, guests can feel their skin become more moisturized, and their bodies feel much more relaxed. There are a total of 10 different baths including an open-air bath from where the beauty of the seasons can be admired, fragrant cypress baths, and a rock bath that uses rocks along the stream. Surrounded by the rich nature, this hotel offers guests marvelous sceneries at every season, from the fresh green leaves of spring, the vivid foliage of autumn, and the silvery landscape of winter illuminated by the moonlight. This is a great place to spend precious time with family or friends.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: 20 minutes by bus.

From Tokyo area: Take the Tobu Railway train or the JR-Tobu Express train.
Asakusa Station (Tobu Railway) to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
Or,
JR Shinjuku Station to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station

From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: Take the Nikko Kotsu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen (about 20 min).
(The last Dial Bus departs from Yunishigawa Onsen Station at 17:45. Please do not be late.)
Honke Bankyu
Honke Bankyu
Excellent
4.4
(39 reviews)
Yunishigawa, Nikko
This hotel in Nikko boasts an open-air bath, the source of which has been found in 1666, with the Yunishi River flowing right by. The building is registered as a historical monument. Guests can experience how it's like to stay in a traditional Japanese private residence built long ago. The interior part of the building is built along the river, made with choice wood and earthen walls. Japanese-style guestrooms are furnished with futon and equipped with flat-screen TVs. Guests can choose from 5 hot springs, and enjoy local cuisine for dinner. Rooms equipped with air-conditioning units have paper-sliding doors and tatami mats, adding a Zen atmosphere. A lush, refreshing scenery can be seen from the guestrooms. There are also yukata and private toilets. Some rooms have private baths. For meals, guests will cross a Kazura-bashi (hanging rope bridge) to get to the dining hall to enjoy charcoal-grilled irori cuisine. Requests for private rooms or seats are accepted.
How to get there?
From Tokyo Area: Take the Tobu Railway or a JR-Tobu Express train.
Asakusa Station (Tobu Railway) to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
OR
JR Shinjuku Station to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: Take a Nikko Kotsu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen (about 30 min).
(The last Dial Bus departs from Yunishigawa Onsen Station at 17:45. Please do not be late.)
Hotel Natural Garden Nikko
Hotel Natural Garden Nikko
Excellent
4.1
(20 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This hotel is located close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Shrines and Temples of Nikko. It is one of the few Western-style hotels in Nikko, and the illuminations at night give the hotel a romantic ambiance.
How to get there?
From Tobu-Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take the bus towards Kiyotaki / Chuzenji at Nikko Station and get off at Nikko Shokubutsuen (Nikko Botanical Garden) / Hanaishicho (about 15 minutes). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Nikko IC and continue along Routes 119 and 120 for about 15 minutes (10 km). Head towards Nikko Botanical Garden.
Logettel St. Bois
Logettel St. Bois
Nikko, Nikko
The white winter and green spring. The summer full of fireflies and autumn covered in red. Enjoy the seasonal scenery and delicious cuisine full of local ingredients.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR Nikko Line): About 20 minutes on foot or about 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Nikko IC and continue along Route 119 for about 2 minutes. Then take Prefectural Route 169 for about 3 minutes (1 km).
Nikko Station Hotel Classic
Nikko Station Hotel Classic
Exceptional
4.5
(20 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This classic modern hotel is located right in front of JR Nikko Station and provides a comfortable base for travelling around Nikko.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR Nikko Line): Less than 1 minute on foot. Located right in front of Nikko Station.
By Car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at the Utsunomiya IC and join Nikko-Utsunomiya Road to exit at the Nikko IC. Head to JR Nikko Station.
Nikko Sansui
Nikko Sansui
Excellent
4.2
(54 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) faces Lake Chuzenji, in the center of Nikko's tourist sites. Convenient for tourism, hiking and mountain climbing.
How to get there?
From Tobu-Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take the bus bound for Chuzenji Onsen and get off at Chuzenji Onsen (about 60 minutes). It takes about 10 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Kiyotaki IC and continue along Route 120 for about 35 minutes (24 km), then Route 120. Head towards the opposite side to the tour boat dock.
Hatago Nagomi
Hatago Nagomi
Excellent
4.1
(3 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
All rooms are in Western style, with a view of the lake. Savor delicious meals prepared with ingredients from Tochigi Prefecture. Kaiseki cuisine is served for dinner, while a Japanese-style buffet is served for breakfast. The hot spring baths have sulfur spring water that naturally flows from the source.
How to get there?
By plane: Use Narita Airport.
From Nikko Station (Tobu Line): about 34 min by taxi at around JPY 7,300 (as of Apr. 2018).
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Kiyotaki IC and take Route 120.

From Nikko Station: Please use the Tobu Bus. Board the bus bound for Yumoto Onsen and alight at No. 28 Fune no Eki Chuzenji bus stop, which is very near the hotel. If boarding the bus bound for Chuzenji Onsen, alight at the last stop. The hotel is about 10 min on foot from there.
Last bus at around 18:57.
Kinugawa Plaza Hotel
Kinugawa Plaza Hotel
Very good
4.0
(10 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Located in the center of the spa area. Views from the lobby and open-air baths are wonderful. The open-air baths are very popular among guests and can be reserved.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station (Tobu Railway Kinugawa Line): take the Tobu Dial bus (which stops at each hotel/ryokan) to Plaza Hotel-mae (about 8 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: 30 min from Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Imaichi IC.
Nikko Hoshinoyado
Nikko Hoshinoyado
Excellent
4.2
(15 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This hotel is located on high ground near Shinkyo Bridge, with spectacular views of the Kirifuri Kogen highlands and Nikko Mountains from the guest rooms. Toshogu Shrine is conveniently located only a short walk away. Enjoy kaiseki cuisine, including Nikko yuba, and the cypress bath in the garden.
How to get there?
From Tobu Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take the bus bound for Chuzenji Onsen / Yumoto Onsen and get off at Shinkyo (about 7 minutes). The hotel is about 3 minutes from there on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Nikko Utsunomiya IC and continue along Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road until Nikko IC. Change to Route 119 and continue for about 10 minutes (2 km) toward Nikko Kanaya Hotel.
Isshinkan
Isshinkan
Kinugawa, Nikko
Rejuvenate yourself in the healing waters of Isshinkan's open-air baths, including private baths lined up along the local mountain stream. More than simple baths, the hot spring facilities at Isshinkan emulate a German-style health resort. Guests will also delight at the traditional food prepared with local ingredients and handmade ornaments decorating the building's interior.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa Onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): About 20 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Imaichi IC and continue on Route 121 for about 20 min (14 km) toward Kurogane Bridge.
Okunikko Yunomori
Okunikko Yunomori
Excellent
4.3
(8 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This resort offers hot spring waters recognized as having medicinal effects and good for the health. With open-air baths attached to each guest room and a large communal bath, this place is perfect for everyone who wants to experience soaking in Japanese hot springs while enjoying the beauty of the surrounding nature in any season.
How to get there?
From Tobu Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take a bus to Yumoto Onsen and get off there (75 minutes). It takes about 10 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikkko Utsunomiya Road at Kiyotaki IC and continue along Route 120 for about 20 km.
Kinugawa Onsen Sanraku
Kinugawa Onsen Sanraku
Excellent
4.3
(2 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Upon stepping through the masterfully designed entranceway and into the elegant lobby, guests will immediately feel the refined atmosphere of this hotel. All guest rooms face the Kinugawa River, where guests can admire the view. Traditional Japanese kaiseki course cuisine is served, prepared using plenty of seasonal ingredients
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): About 10 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 20 minutes (15 km).
Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
Excellent
4.4
(28 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This beautiful guesthouse has a Japanese garden. They pride themselves on their seasonal Japanese food, and hot springs. Enjoy your stay and taste Japan. There are 18 rooms in total.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR Line/Tobu Railway): 8 min by car.
By car: 4 km (8 min) from Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Nikko IC.

Shuttle Service
Pick-up from/Drop-off to Nikko Station/Tosho-gu Shrine for 2 or more passengers
Operating Time: 14:30-19:00
(Current as of Aug. 2014)
Hotel Casual Euro
Hotel Casual Euro
Nikko, Nikko
The only hotel in Nikko with its own hot spring source, from where 100% natural hot spring water flows to hot spring baths in the guest rooms. Look forward to a delightful stay as you savor delicious buffet meals and relax in a comfortable, stylish room with an open-air bath.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (JR Nikko Line): about 25-30 min on foot or 3 min by taxi at around JPY 700.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC and continue along the Nikko-Utsunomiya toll road. Exit at Nikko IC and continue towards Kirifuri Kogen for about 5 min. Head straight through Kirifuri Ohashi bridge and proceed for about 800 meters. The hotel will be on the left hand side.
Nikko Jyuan
Nikko Jyuan
Excellent
4.4
(3 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
Opened after major renovation in July 2013. This inn welcomes every guest with warm hospitality, a relaxing atmosphere, and delicious Japanese cuisine.
How to get there?
From Kawaji-Yumoto Station (Yagan Railway): About 10 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 40 minutes (26 km).
Nikko Toki no Yuu
Nikko Toki no Yuu
Excellent
4.1
(20 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This simple Japanese-style inn offers comfortable and flexible accommodations perfect for any use.
How to get there?
From Tobu Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take a bus bound for Yumoto Onsen/Chuzenji Onsen and get off at the Shinkyo bus stop (about 5 minutes). It is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Nikko IC and continue along Route 119 for about 2 km (about 10 minutes).
Nanaeyae
Nanaeyae
Exceptional
4.7
(33 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Close to Kinugawa Onsen Station, we offer open-air baths and a selection of seasonal dishes in an at home atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Tobu Railway Kinugawa Line Kinugawa-Onsen Station: 5 mins on foot. From Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Imaichi IC: 25 mins
Kinugawa Onsen Monogusa no Yado Hanasenkyo
Kinugawa Onsen Monogusa no Yado Hanasenkyo
Very good
3.7
(1 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
All rooms have a view of the Kinugawa Valley. Look forward to being treated with excellent service and hospitality. Plans with in-room dining are offered.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa Onsen Station (Tobu Line): about 15 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
Hotel Harumoto
Hotel Harumoto
Excellent
4.3
(12 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
Five minutes on foot to Nikko Toshogu Shrine, offering a good access for sightseeing. Opened in 1890, the cuisine is wonderful.
How to get there?
From JR / Tobu Railway Nikko Station: pick-up service available. From Nikko-Utsunomiya Road Nikko IC: 5 mins (2 km)
Yumoto Itaya
Yumoto Itaya
Excellent
4.5
(16 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This Japanese-style ryokan has 250 years of history and blends tradition with a modern feel. After taking a relaxing soak in the milky hot spring baths, enjoy some of the ryokan's renowned seasonal kaiseki cuisine
How to get there?
From Tobu Nikko Station (Tobu Railway): Take the Tobu bus bound for Yumoto and get off at Yumoto (about 80 minutes). The hotel is about 3 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Kiyotaki IC and continue along Route 120 for about 40 minutes (24 km). Head towards Yuno-ko (Lake).
Gasthof Ami
Gasthof Ami
Nikko, Nikko
This English cottage inspired guest house offers British-style guest rooms with complete with exquisite living rooms in the main building, as well as rustic cottage suites featuring European-style baths and open-air hot springs. All accommodations are non-smoking. Smoking area available outside.
How to get there?
From Nikko Station (Tobu Nikko Line): Take the bus to Arasawa (10 min). The hotel is about 2 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
By car: Take the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road and exit at the Kiyotaki IC. Then continue on National Route 120 for about 2km towards Nikko.
Wakatakenosho
Wakatakenosho
Exceptional
4.6
(13 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
A small stream and hot spring flowing from the Kinugawa River warm the bodies of this hotel's guests. The heartfelt service of its staff and quality of its tea-ceremony cuisine warm their hearts.
How to get there?
An 8-minute walk from Tobu Kinugawa Line Kinugawa Park Station
Kinugawa Park Hotels  Park Cottage
Kinugawa Park Hotels Park Cottage
Very good
3.7
(4 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
Park Cottage lies at the border of Kinugawa's grand nature. Here, guests can admire the beaty of nature in all its splendor in the valley.
How to get there?
From Imaichi Station (JR Nikko Line): about 30 min by taxi.
From Kinugawa-Onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 30 min (20 km).
Yukemurinosato Kashiwaya
Yukemurinosato Kashiwaya
Excellent
4.4
(12 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This Japanese-style inn, standing where the Kinu River and Ojika River meet, invites guests to enjoy the most beautiful scenery in the Kawaji Onsen area. Guests can admire seasonal flowers and plants in the garden and soak in the hot springs.
How to get there?
From Kawaji-Yumoto Station (Aizu-Kinugawa Line): About 15 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 22 km (about 35 min).
Kamiyashiki Taira no Takafusa
Kamiyashiki Taira no Takafusa
Excellent
4.0
(1 reviews)
Yunishigawa, Nikko
Nestled in the quiet mountains, this Japanese-style inn provides guests a tranquil environment. It features open-air baths with an abundance of hot spring water, and a sunken hearth around which guests can have delicious, satisfying meals.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station (Yagan Railway Aizu Kinugawa Line): Take a Tobu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen and get off at the Yunishigawa Onsen bus stop (about 25 min). It is about 20 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along National Route 121 for about 30 km (about 50 min), then along Prefectural Route 249 for about 17 km (about 30 min).
LiVEMAX Resort Kawaji
LiVEMAX Resort Kawaji
Nikko, Nikko
This lodging prides itself on being a genuine hot spring inn as all baths feature 100% flowing natural hot springs, without any artificial water or hot water circulators. The staff offer guests warm hospitality and great service.
How to get there?
From Kawaji Yumoto Station (Aizu Kinugawa Line): About 10 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Road at the Imaichi IC and continue along Route 121 for about 31 km (about 41 min).
Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki
Kinugawa Grand Hotel Yume no Toki
Excellent
4.5
(29 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
This hotel offers an excellent Japanese landscape garden, quality relaxation, and warm hospitality.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): 8 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
Oku Nikko Hotel Shikisai
Oku Nikko Hotel Shikisai
Exceptional
4.5
(40 reviews)
Nikko, Nikko
This Japanese-style ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) with a modern twist is built on expansive grounds at the foot of Mount Nantai. This inn is especially proud of its traditional kaiseki cuisine as well as the natural hot spring baths.
How to get there?
From JR Nikko Station: Take a bus bound for Yumoto Onsen and get off at the Hotel Shikisai-mae bus stop (about 60 min). It is about 10 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko-Utsunomiya Road at Kiyotaki IC and continue along Prefectural Route 120 for about 17 km (about 25 min).
Ryokusui
Ryokusui
Excellent
4.1
(4 reviews)
Kinugawa, Nikko
This hotel offers great views from its rooms, and guests can relax in its open-air baths as they look out over the valley.
How to get there?
From Kinugawa-koen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line): About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC and continue on the Nikko Utsunomiya Road to Imaichi IC. From there take Route 121 for another 20 min (20 km).