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Why not use the NIKKO PASS to explore Nikko by train or bus? It’s a very convenient way of traveling to and around this popular tourist destination, especially for international travelers visiting Japan for the first time. With the NIKKO PASS, you can go directly from Tobu Asakusa Station to Shimo-Imaichi Station without having to worry about changing trains or buses.

Why We Recommend This

  • Explore Nikko's World Heritage Sites over two to four days by train or bus.
  • Save on souvenir shopping at specific facilities and stores around Asakusa, Nikko, and the Kinugawa areas with the NIKKO PASS.
  • The pass allows you to travel directly between Tobu Asakusa Station in Tokyo to Shimo-Imaichi Station in Tochigi (where Nikko is located), so you don't have to worry about changing trains.
  • When boarding a train or bus, simply show the NIKKO PASS to the station official or driver. No need to deal with buying extra transport tickets!

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