Michi-no-Eki Nikko Kaido Nikoniko Honjin
A hub for tourism welcoming visitors to the World Heritage city of Nikko
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.
|Address||719-1 Imaichi Nikko|
|Business Hours||Toru Funamura Commemorative Museum Hours 9:00 - 17:00 Closed Every Tuesdays， New Year's holidaysRental Space Hours 17:00 - 21:00Shops Hours 9:00 - 18:00 Closed Every third TuesdaysRestaurants Hours 11:00 - 19:00 *Last order 18:30|
|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 550 yenChildren (6-17 years old) 320 yenChildren (under 5) Free|
|Map Code||132 787 568*48|
The Nikko area, in the northwestern part of the prefecture, is particularly mountainous. In the midst of the rich nature, including the 2,486-meter-high volcano Mt. Nantai, Lake Chuzenji, and Kegon Falls, there are numerous shrines and temples that are registered as UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites. From Kinugawa Onsen to Kawaji Onsen, hot springs can also be found throughout the area. There are a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy as well, such as stand-up paddleboarding in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.