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Nikko Toshogu Shrine
The temple was built in 1617 for worshiping Ieyasu Tokugawa, the first shogun of the Tokugawa government. Known for ”Nemuri Neko (the sleeping cat)”, and ”San'en (3 wise monkeys)” which are a sybmol of the proverb, ”see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil”. The temple is also known for having many national treasures, and was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1999.
2301 Sannai, Nikko, Tochigi
Adults and high school students 1,300Elementary and junior high school students ¥450
1st April- 31st October: 8:00- 17:001st November- 31st March: 8:00- 16:00* The final admission is 30 minutes prior to the gate closure
There are various rituals and festivals held throughout the year. The schedule for these events vary each year, so you may want to check it out prior to your visit so you can enjoy better.
- Exit the train at the "Tobu Nikko Station" on the JR line- Exit the train at the "Tobu Nikko Station" on the Tobu Railway Line
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