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Heike no Sato, Nikko

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#2 of 11 in Museums in Nikko
Specialty Museum Historic Site
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Rich in history, culture, and nature, you'll be pleased to find that Nikko also boasts a rich variety of accommodations. Competition may be pretty fierce at peak times, but make your reservation early and you'll be able to find somewhere to sleep that suits your style. Luxury hotels and boutiques with "onsen" (traditional Japanese spas) never stray too far from the river, while hostels and guesthouses tend to be tucked away on side streets, and up in the north of town. Mid-range and standard hotels lie close to the main train stations and by the main plazas.
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  • Japanese traditional houses are displayed in the place. I went there in February and the garden was covered by snow. I could see old tools and cooking equipment inside.  more »
  • This is probably worth seeing. At a ¥500 cost of admission, you get your money's worth. It's basically a recreation of an old-time village, complete with thatched roof buildings and examples of old to...  more »
  • I went to 3/2016. Because barbecue is most likely not available on the day of booking. Turn the large igloos.
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