Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Nikko National Park Day Trip from Tokyo. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Best Tour of the whole trip it's a must do. There is a lot of walking but its well worth it. The lunch was incredible, tasted things I've never had before. The places and scenery were spectacular.
Very well organized tour with excellent itinerary and good lunch.
The beauty and rich culture of Japan in one day? Sure, and the knowledgable tour guide provided a rich set of information regarding all aspects of the trip.
This was one of the best trips we have ever done. The Shrine is spectacular and unbelievable. The tour guide is extremely knowledgeable and gave us an excellent information about the sites we visited. This is a very scenic place and I strongly recommend taking the trip.
Loved this tour. Nikko was lovely and a beautiful national park. Great tour.
I enjoyed the tour a lot although I was really looking forward to seeing the Futarasan Jinja up close but we just passed it by bus. The tour guide was amazing, informative and very polite. The only drawback was the lack of lunch options but that did not bother me at all.
Wonderful day. Filled with historical background and magnificent sights of the shrines and holy places. Our guide was knowledgeable and easy to talk with.
Excellently organized, knowledgeable guide, interesting sites.
This was actually my kids favorite tour. Well organized, our guide took good care of us. The traffic was bad, but that's out of anyone's control. It's a long day, but well worth the time.
Amazing tour! Do not let the 3 hour travel discourage you. Toshogu is stunning and well worth it alone...the waterfall and imperial residence are just icing on the cake. The guide and driver from JBT (Misako San and Yamamato San) were extremely pleasant,polite and knowlegdable. The tour was well structured with interesting guided portions and then significant free time to explore on your own at each site. Lunch was traditional tempura and iron at a resteraunt in nikko city..and well it was great. Better than any tempura I ever found in the states. I say if you have a day to chill in Tokyo do this over Mt Fujitsu