Nikko autumn leaves
Nikko, a World Heritage Site, is highly recommended for autumn sightseeing. You can also take a day trip from Tokyo, but because of the distance of Tokyo Nikko, I would like to spend a night at a hot spring near Nikko and relax. If you are going on a day trip, you should leave early in the morning.
The autumnal season may be mixed.
Nikko Sanrōji Temple
Known for its autumn foliage in the Edo-era Japanese garden adjacent to the Rinnoji treasure hall, you can enjoy beautiful views from the maple tunnel and the Nakajima stone bridge. The best time to see the autumn leaves is from early November to mid November.
A shrine dedicated to Ieyasu Tokugawa, known for its beautiful decoration and sculptures of great technology. The best time to see the autumn leaves is usually from early November to mid-November.
A shrine with a history of more than 1200 years and the Sanctuary of Nikko Sanzan. The best time to see the autumn leaves is from early November to mid November.
The waterfall over the Kirifuru River is two steps up and down, the height is 75 meters, and the bottom waterfall is said to have been named because the water hits the rock as if it was swirling in the mist and scatters and flows down It is. The best time to see the autumn leaves is from late October to early November.
It is also possible to go to Nikko by train and go sightseeing by bus. It’s a good idea to go by car from Tokyo to Nikko through the autumn leaves and stay overnight at the hot spring.