Visiting Nikko

Nikkō (日光市 Nikkō-shi?, literally „sunlight” or „sunshine”) is a city in the mountains of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Approximately 140 km north of Tokyo and 35 km west of Utsunomiya, the capital of Tochigi Prefecture, it is a popular destination for Japanese and international tourists. Attractions include the mausoleum of shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu (Nikkō Tōshō-gū) and that of his grandson Iemitsu (Iemitsu-byō Taiyū-in), and the Futarasan Shrine, which dates to the year 767. There are also many famous hot springs (onsen) in the area. Elevations range from 200 to 2,000 m. The mountains west of the main city are part of Nikkō National Park and contain some of the country’s most spectacular waterfalls and scenic trails.

Rikugi-en Garden

Rikugien Garden is a Tokyo metropolitan park in Bunkyō-ku.


Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Japan, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo.

The Mastumoto Castle

Matsumoto Castle, also known as the "Crow Castle" because of its black exterior, is one of Japan's premier historic castles.

Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū

Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū is the most important Shinto shrine in the city of Kamakura, Japan.

Hase-dera Temple

Hase-dera (known more formally as Kaikōzan Jishōin Hase-dera) is one of the great Buddhist temples in the city of Kamakura, Japan,

Country side

Photos taken on some trip outside Tokyo.

Kōtoku-in Temple

The Great Buddha of Kamakura is a monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amitābha Buddha located at the Kōtoku-in Temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.

Asakusa kannon Temple

Asakusa Shrine (浅草神社 Asakusa-jinja?), also known as Sanja-sama ("Shrine of the Three gods"), is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo, Japan.

Visiting Nikko

Nikkō (日光市 Nikkō-shi?, literally "sunlight" or "sunshine") is a city in the mountains of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.

Imperial garden

Arround imperial garden in Tokyo


Buildings in Japan, mainly in Tokyo