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All reviews historic hotel western style hotel this lovely hotel frank lloyd wright steeped in history up to date comfortable rooms per night dining rooms walking distance red bridge imperial villa einstein annex japan bus winter
A historic, beautiful and charming hotel that steps back to a time of stately elegance that puts you in the mood to visit nearby Toshogu and Futarasan Shrines. It's a bus or taxi ride from the train station but only steps away from Nikko National...More
We fell in love with Kanaya in many ways, but most of all because it was like being transported to another era.
You can’t find accommodation located any closer Nikko’s main attractions, than Kanaya Hotel – one of the reasons we chose this gem. Another...More
Spent our last two nights here at the Nikko Kanaya Hotel and we were delighted! I highly recommend requesting room #124 with huge picture windows overlooking the river and forest. The staff couldn't have been nicer and the food was excellent. The only challenge was...More
The second reincarnation of the oldest hotel in Japan. Some would find it old fashioned, but I thought it had a lovely ambience. Large, spacious, comfortable rooms with large windows and a view of the enclosing maple forest and distant mountains. A lovely garden, with...More
We came to this hotel for a short coffee break after walking around the red bridge area nearby. Coffee and tea is normal but the surrounding structures and environment are pretty. We take a few photos afterwards and leave for other places in town.
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the... More
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the hotel; the other is JR station. Hope this is of help. Kind regards, Paul