Tourist Information of Tochigi


Tochigi Prefecture is a tourism wonderland with stunning scenic spots, world heritage sites, and local cuisine. In addition to the natural beauty of places like Kegon Falls and Lake Chuzenji, you can also enjoy flavorful dishes such as Utsunomiya gyoza and Sano ramen. There are also plenty of refreshing experiences to be had, such as visiting hidden hot springs and taking a mini-mountain climb on the Nasu Ropeway.

Tourist Areas in Tochigi See more

Popular Spots in Tochigi Prefecture See more

Tochigi Prefecture is a charming tourist destination where history and nature blend seamlessly. It is full of attractions such as the world heritage site Nikko Toshogu Shrine, the magnificent Kegon Falls, the mysterious Oya Stone Quarry Site and Oya Museum, and Ashikaga Flower Park where you can enjoy various flowers throughout the seasons. Additionally, there are many facilities that can be enjoyed by families, making it a place full of charm that you will want to visit again and again. もっとみる

Scenic Spots to Enjoy

Tochigi Prefecture is known as a nature-rich tourist destination where you can enjoy beautiful scenery throughout the four seasons. In particular, the view of Taiheizan Shrine from the mountaintop, the ambiance of the historic Ashikaga School ruins, and the retro steam locomotive at the SL Kyuroku Museum are all breathtaking. At the Ideha Shrine, you can even experience waterfall training. If you visit these spots, you are sure to be rejuvenated! もっとみる

Spots to Enjoy Nature

There are many spots in Tochigi Prefecture where you can fully enjoy nature, and among them, Chibomatsu Ranch and Tochigi Wanpaku Park are highly recommended for families. Additionally, at Chuzenji Lake, which is registered as one of Japan's top 100 scenic spots, you can enjoy beautiful landscapes throughout the four seasons. Don't miss out on mystical power spots like Ryumon Waterfall either! もっとみる

Recommended Summer Spots

Recommended Spots in Autumn

Hot Springs in Tochigi Prefecture See more

Tochigi Prefecture is a hot spring paradise. With a rich variety of sources and diverse spring qualities, it is recommended for travelers seeking healing at unique and distinctive locations such as "Daimaru Onsen," which boasts a large number of hot springs and various spring qualities, "Kinugawa Onsen," which has excellent beauty effects, and "Nasu Yumoto Onsen," which has a long history. You can also enjoy delicious local cuisine while relaxing with nature. Please come and visit at least once! もっとみる

Popular Hotels in Tochigi Prefecture See more

Accommodations in Tochigi Prefecture offer supreme relaxation along with beautiful natural landscapes. At hotels near Nasu and Nikko Onsen, you can enjoy seasonal gourmet cuisine and traditional kaiseki dishes. The magnificent mountains and lakes viewed from the open-air baths promise a pleasant time. In particular, spending the night along the Kinugawa River is exceptional. もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable for Families with Children

In Tochigi Prefecture, there are many hotels where families with children can enjoy themselves. Spend some family time in a private open-air bath at "Nasu Ichiba Hotel," or at "Kinugawa Hotel Crescent," where a three-generation family can enjoy an all-weather hot spring theme park. Additionally, there are many hotels located near historic tourist sites, where parents and children can enjoy cultural experiences together. もっとみる

Hotels Famous for Hot Springs

In Tochigi Prefecture, there are many hotels boasting abundant hot springs and scenic open-air baths. At Shiohara Onsen Hotel Oaruri, you can experience the nostalgic atmosphere, while at Livemax Resort Kinugawa, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Kinugawa River. Additionally, at Takimi no Yado Yutoriro Nasu-Shiobara and Kame no I Hotel Oku-Nikko Yumoto, you can also enjoy private open-air baths and milky white secret hot springs. もっとみる

Local Cuisine of Tochigi Prefecture

The gourmet cuisine of Tochigi Prefecture is attractive for its diverse flavors that utilize locally-sourced ingredients. In addition to dishes such as high-quality Koyama Wagyu beef, oil-dipped miso that has been passed down since the Edo period, and potato-filled yakisoba with generous portions, don't miss out on sweet shops that use "Tochiotome," a strawberry variety that boasts the highest production volume in Japan. "Utsunomiya Gyoza" is also famous nationwide, and you can enjoy B-class gourmet such as "Sano Ramen" and "Imo Fry" as well. もっとみる
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