Features of Nikko・Kinugawa Onsen
One of the most famous hot spring resorts in the Kanto region. Known as the "inner sanctuary of Tokyo," its inns and hotels are dotted along the magnificent Kinugawa River valley. When it was first discovered in the Edo period (1603-1868), only Buddhist priests and feudal lords who made pilgrimages to Nikko were allowed to use the hot spring, but in modern times it has been opened to the public. The simple alkaline hot spring is good to heal nerve pain and fatigue. In the surrounding area, there are many attractions such as the magnificent Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a World Heritage Site, theme parks such as Nikko Edomura and Tobu World Square, and nature with beautiful greenery in the spring and vibrant-colored leaves in autumn
Hot spring inns/hotels in Nikko Kinugawa Onsen: 7
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