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Michi-no-Eki Nikko Kaido Nikoniko Honjin

A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
  • A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
  • A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
  • A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
  • A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
The roadside station “Michi-no-Eki Nikko Kaido Nikoniko Honjin” held a grand opening to the public on 27 April 2015. It is located at the junction of three highways known as the Nikko Cedar Avenue (Nikko-Kaido, Aizunishi-Kaido and Reiheishi-Kaido), in the city centre of Nikko. The roadside station is a hub for tourism and transportation that leads visitors to sights such as the UNESCO World Heritage “Shrines and Temples of Nikko” and one of Japan’s most popular hot spring towns, “Kidogawa and Kawaji Onsen”. 



Nikko’s official “Michi-no-Eki” is home to a commemorative museum to the famous local composer Toru Funamura as well as restaurants and shops offering original local products, locally produced vegetable and fruits. A wide range of events take place in the performance hall and open space throughout the year.

Basic Information

Address 719-1 Imaichi Nikko
Telephone Number 0288-25-7771
Website http://www.nikko-honjin.jp/
Business Hours Open 9am – 5pm
Days Closed for Business Closed on Tuesdays (except public holidays, in which case the roadside station is closed the next working day)
Price Admission to the Toru Funamura Commemorative Museum:
Adults 540 yen
Children (6-17 years old) 320 yen
Children (under 5) Free
DirectionsA 5-minute walk from Imaichi station on the JR Nikko line or from Shimo-Imaichi station on the Tobu Nikko line

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