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We are in Nikko for the fall colours and soon the mountainous region bursts out of the flatlands revealing splashes of reds and orange. It's our first time in Japan together and we are visiting one of Japan's most sacred regions.The place where Japan's first Shogun is laid to rest.Having it all to ourselves, we imaged the legend of the Shinkyo Bridge and could see why the Shogun chose to make his home here.Our guide Yoshi told us of the first priest that settled the area in 766.The building could use a bit of an upgrade but the character is charming with a dark lounge complete with leather chairs and a fireplace that may or may not have been designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. But our traditional room was modern and chic complete with the usual state of the art toilets found all around Japan.Many people who don't stay at the hotel, often stop by for lunch or dinner to get a taste of old Japan.Located in the heart of downtown, tourists flock to see the Shinkyo Bridge and pay the 300 Yen to walk across the sacred site. Many day tours only have the option of a quick snap of the Shinkyo Bridge, but we had the good fortune of staying at the Historic Nikko Kanaya Hotel where we were a just short 5-minute walk to the bridge.Dave and I awoke at sunset to set up our cameras well before any crowds surfaced from their slumber.
We had a private driver during our time in Nikko, but the beauty of this destination is that public buses go to all locations we list below.
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Home to Shinto and Buddhist religions dating back to the 1600s, Nikko is one of the top spots in Japan to explore the scenic and the sacred.
Local Japanese know of the beauty of Nikko, but few foreigners have heard of this Unesco World Heritage Site and massive nature reserve.