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Map

A map showing the locations of national park sightseeing spots is included. Click the link below to view in PDF Format.

Access

Access routes are examples. For more information, please inquire with each transportation facility or check their website.

*The time required in each section is a rough indication.

Course 1
Tokyo Station
Shinkansen (About 50 min.)
Utsunomiya Station
JR Nikko Line (About 50 min.)
Nikko Station
Course 2
Asakusa Station
Tobu Railway Limited Express (About 100 min.)
Shimoimaichi Station
Tobu Nikko Line (About 10 min.)
Nikko Station
Course 3
Nasushiobara Station
JR Utsunomiya Line (About 5 min.)
Kuroiso Station
Toya Kotsu Bus (About 40 min.)
Nasu-yumoto

Area of Accommodation

Yumoto Onsen

Chuzenji Onsen

Kinugawa Onsen

Nasu Kogen

Itamuro Onsen

Siobara Onsen

Kashi, Shin-Kashi Onsen

Facilities

Nikko Yumoto Visitor Center

photo of Nikko Yumoto Visitor Center
Nikko Yumoto Visitor Center provides a range of useful information about wildlife, trails and seasonal sightseeing spots with the aim of enabling travelers to the Oku-Nikko region, which is famous for its rich natural environment, to more fully enjoy their visit to the Nikko National Park. It also organizes seasonal nature observation events and other activities.
AddressYumoto, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture
Contact0288-62-2321 (Tel)
OpenApril - November  9:00 - 16:30 (Summer period (July 1 - August 31) 8:30 - 17:30)
December - March  9:30 - 16:30
ClosedApril - November: Open daily
December, January: Weekdays
February, March: Wednesdays
Usage FeeFree of charge
Universal Design Correspondence
  • Communication Assist Display Board

Tochigi Prefectural Nikko Natural Museum

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As a hub for dissemination of information about the Oku-Nikko region, which is located adjacent to Lake Chuzenji and the Kegon-no-taki Falls, the Nikko Natural Museum provides the latest nature information, tourism information about Oku-Nikko, as well as various other information.
It also serves as base for activities to come into contact with the natural environment of Oku-Nikko. By combining a trip to the museum with outdoor activities, visitors can have fun while effortlessly learning about the nature and history of Oku-Nikko.
AddressChugu 2480-1, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture
Contact0288-55-0880 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 17:00 (April - November 10)
10:00 - 16:00 (November 11 - March 31)
ClosedJune - October: Open daily
November - May: Mondays (if coinciding with a national holiday, the next day)
End and beginning of year: December 29 - January 3
Usage FeeRequires a fee: Adults (high school students and upward) 510 yen, children (four years - junior high school students) 250 yen. Group discounts apply.

Nasu-Kogen Visitor Center

photo of Nasu-Kogen Visitor Center
The Nasu-Kogen Visitor Center is a facility that disseminates information about the rich natural environment and cultural history of the Nasu Kashi area in Nikko National Park, trail conditions, and local animals and plants. It hosts a permanent exhibit that introduces the nature and cultural history of the Nasu Kashi area in an easy-to-understand manner through video footage, photographs and illustrations. Close to the center is a barrier-free footpath that offers a view on Mt. Chausu.
AddressYumoto 207-2, Nasu Town, Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture
Contact0287-74-2301 (Tel)
Open8:30 - 17:30 (April 1 - November 30)
9:00 - 16:30 (December 1 - March 31)
ClosedApril - November: Open daily
December - March: Wednesdays (if coinciding with a national holiday, the next day)
Usage FeeFree of charge
Universal Design Correspondence
  • Wheelchair Lending Service
  • Parking for Physically Disabled
  • Support for Written Communication & Sign Language
  • Multipurpose Toilet
  • Communication Assist Display Board

Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest (Nasu Heisei-no-mori Field Center)

photo of Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest
This expansive forest, which covers an area of approximately 560 hectares, was managed as part of the Nasu Imperial Villa until 2008. It was opened under the name Nasu Heisei-no-Mori Forest to the general public as a place where people can experience nature. The Nasu Heisei-no-mori Field Center located at the entrance of the forest provides information about the local natural environment, and also serves as a base for various programs such as guided walks.
AddressHei 3254, Takaku,Nasu Town, Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture
Contact0287-74-6808 (Tel) * No telephone service during holidays
Open9:00 - 17:00 (April - November)
9:30 - 16:30 (December - March)
ClosedApril - November: Open daily
December - March: Wednesdays (if coinciding with a national holiday, the next day)
Usage FeeFree. However, some programs require a fee.
Universal Design Correspondence
  • Wheelchair Lending Service
  • Parking for Physically Disabled
  • Support for Written Communication & Sign Language
  • Multipurpose Toilet
  • Communication Assist Display Board

Shiobara Onsen Visitor Center

photo of Shiobara Onsen Visitor Center
Shiobara Onsen Visitor Center provides easy-to-understand information about the rich natural environment found in the Shiobara area of Nikko National Park, as well as information on nature trails and picnic sites. Throughout the year, it also organizes events to experience Shiobara's natural environment across different seasons.
AddressShiobara Maeyama Kokuyurin, Nasu-shiobara City, Tochigi Prefecture
Contact0287-32-3050 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 16:30
ClosedTuesdays (if coinciding with a national holiday, the next day), end and beginning of year (December 29 - January 3)
Usage FeeFree of charge

Contact List

Kanto Regional Environment Office
18F, Meiji Yasuda Seimei Saitama Shintoshin Building, Shintoshin 11-2, Chuo Ward,
Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture 330-6018
Tel: 048-600-0516  Fax: 048-600-0517
http://kanto.env.go.jp/

Nikko Nature Conservation Office
Honcho 9-5, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture 321-1434
Tel: 0288-54-1076  Fax: 0288-53-4154

Nasu Ranger Office
2F, Nasu Kogen Visitor Center, Yumoto 207-2, Nasu Town, Nasu County, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301
Tel: 0287-76-7512  Fax: 0287-76-7513

Nikko National Park Website