Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park, Nikko

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Visit Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park to see a stupendous architectural feat, which was the residence of three Japanese emperors. The restored palace, whose history dates as far back as the early 17th century, consists of 106 rooms. As it housed three emperors, its architectural influences date back to three different periods, being Taisho, Meiji, and Edo. Here you can take a peaceful stroll around the surrounding garden, which features a 400-year-old tree. Put Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Nikko itinerary planner.
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  • Luisi was took a number of pictures on your mobile phone did not have a camera, and did not have time, but every corner was beautiful. Also 出直shimasu. • Turnaround time throughout an hour-an hour and a half, 15 minutes in the garden ~ 30 minutes. If you shoot 1. Maybe five times as much time ▼ admission: adult ¥ 510 ▼ recommended points, or guide points here and there that just tell you politely. There are coin lockers so empty-handed, you can visit the and feet for Cairo because the slippers are provided, but winters are cold and I think. Buy admission
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  • Interesting visit of an imperial villa. We appreciate the deprivation to the Japanese. The gardens are beautiful and justify only the visit. In addition, there not too many visitors, which is rare in Nikko, so significant. If you do visit when it is cold, take a good big pair of extra socks because he must remove his shoes and the villa is open to the winds.
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  • We were not planning to visit this villa but stumbled upon it after a full day of visiting shrines. It was a lovely surprise. The gardens are lovely, with ancient trees and a stream winding through it...  more »