Two hours from Tokyo is Kinugawa, historically renowned for onsen, theme parks and beautiful natural scenery.
Highly recommended for tourists of all ages.
|Address||1414 Ohara, Kinugawa Onsen, Nikko-city, Tochigi|
|Telephone Number||0288-77-0531 （Kinu Kogen Kaihatsu K.K.）|
|Business Hours||09:00-15:45 (Check in 20 minutes before boarding)|
|Days Closed for Business||late November to early April|
*Adult;13 years(Junior High School) or over, Child;4 years to 12 years Infant;1 year to 3 years
|Directions||By public transport: 5-minute walk from “Kinugawa Onsen” station (Tobu Kinugawa line)|
By car: Exit Imaichi IC and take Route 121. About 20-minute drive (to the dock)
|Address||470-2 Karakura, Nikko-city, Tochigi|
|Business Hours||09:00-17:00 (March 20 to November 30)
09:30-16:00 (December 1 to March 19)
*Last admission is one hour before closing time.
|Days Closed for Business||Wednesdays (except Spring and Summer Holidays, and maintenance closure)|
|Price||One Day Pass
Adult ￥4,800 Child ￥2,500
Afternoon Pass（from 2:00pm or 1:00pm in the winter season）
Adult ￥4,100 Child ￥2,100
*Adults defined as 13 years old and over
*Children defined as 6 to12 years old
*Children 5 years old and under enter free of charge
|Directions||By rail: Take the Tobu Kinugawa line to “Kinugawa Onsen” station. From there, take a bus bound for Edomura 15-20 minutes and get off last stop.|
By car: Exit Imaichi IC and take Route 121 for about 15 minutes