Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)

enjoying Uzuma river (Uzumagawa) along Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)

Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi/ 栃木市), with a population of 144,541 (December 1, 2011), is located about 80km north from Tokyo. The area is 284.83 km2 (109.97 sq mi) and unique in character.

Possessing cultural and social diversity, our city has flourished throughout its long history as an important regional hub. Each season provides a natural surrounding for scenic beauty.

Tochigi is sometimes called the "Little Kyoto" because of the many traditional homes and buildings found throughout the city. During the Edo period it profited from the stream of cargo boats that passed through. Nowadays, many of the homes have been converted into museums and the Uzumagawa River contains more than 100,000 carp. Weeping willows and white walled homes still line the riverbank.

In fall the city celebrates the Tochigi Autumn Festival. One hundred year old decorations are pulled out of storage and displayed during the festival. Catching a glimpse of the festivities is something special, especially considered that it is only held every five years. If you’re looking for a quiet place to rest, simply climb the 1,000 steps lined with hydrangeas to Ohirasan Shrine. The gardens also contain many beautiful cherry trees.

In ancient times, Tochigi city was the governing seat of the Shimotsuke Province. In the pre-modern period,shipping on the Uzuma River and land traffic along the Nikko Reiheishi Highway allowed our city to thrive as a major economic and cultural center.
Uzuma river, City of Tochigi
Built along the banks of Uzuma river (Uzumagawa), the city of Tochigi prospered in former times as loading and unloading points for the busy river trade, with boats carrying staples regularly making the three-day journey down to Edo, old Tokyo. Waterways were an essential means of transportation at that time. In addition, the materials used for constructing "the Toshogu Shrine" at Nikko were landed here. This made the city a major riverside port and brought prosperity as a commercial center.

Today, the Uzuma river is filled with many colorful carp and provides a vibrant walkway. We strive to promote our heritage and uniqueness. Many visitors now know our town as Kura-no-machi, or "Little Edo".

City Symbols

Tochigi City Emblem Tochigi City Tree - Japanese horse chestnut tree (Tochi-no-ki in Japanese) Tochigi City Flower - Azaleas

City Emblem: The emblem is comprised of two crosses,a vertical cross and a diagonal cross. The vertical cross represents the Chinese character for ten or "toh". The diagonal cross is a symbol found on the roof of Shinmei Shrine and is called "chigi". There are ten "chigi" on the shrine, thus resulting in the name of our city, "Tochigi".

City Tree: Japanese horse chestnut tree (Tochi-no-ki in Japanese)

City Flower: Azaleas (Satsuki in Japanese)

Transportation to the Tochigi City

Transportation to the Tochigi City
From Narita by train
1) Take the Skyliner train to Ueno station (57 mins)- change lines to Ginza line (subway) to Asakusa, the end of the line (6mins) - take Tobu Nikko line to Tochigi station (74 mins).
2) Take Narita Express train to Tokyo station (59 mins)- take JR Yamanote line to Ueno station ( 5mins)- take Tohoku Shinkansen(bullet train) to Oyama (45mins) - take JR Ryomo line to Tochigi (11mins).

From Narita by bus
There are buses going to Sano City (south of Tochigi) , or Utsunomiya (capital of the prefecture) from Narita airport. (About 3 hours)

  • Tochigi City River and Streets:

    Uzuma River

    Uzuma river, City of Tochigi

    More than ten thousand carp can be seen in the Uzuma River, which runs though the city. In the old days, this river had a very important transportation role on the way to Nikko from Edo, Tokyo. Today, the colorful carp warm the hearts and bring happiness to citizens and visitors alike.

    Kencho Bori

    Kencho Bori, Tochigi City
    The old moat was constructed around the "Kencho" or former Prefectural Office, located here in Tochigi City for a part of the Meiji era from 1871 to 1884. Today, the building is used as the City Hall Annex. It goes by the name of "Irifune-cho", which literally means "Port Town", evidence of the former role of this district as a thriving river port.

    Reiheishi Highway

    Reiheishi Highway
    During the Edo era, the imperial Court in Kyoto used to send an envoy to the Reitaisai ceremony at Toshogu Shrine in Nikko, where Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu is enshrined. Reiheishi Highway is where the imperial envoy used to pass on the way to Nikko. You can still see traces of the old post town in this area, in the form of a row of old Kura houses remaining along the highway.

  • Tochigi City Memorials and Museums:

    Tsukada Memorial Hall

    The Tsukada Memorial Hall
    The wealthy wholesale merchant, Tsukada, used to operate a bank and transport lumber along the Uzuma River. His white warehouse,surrounded by a 120 m black wall,is home to heirlooms from the Tokugawa period.

    Yokoyama Kyoudokan (Yokoyama Local Culture Hall)

    Yokoyama Cultural Hall
    In the early 1900s, the Yokoyama family established wholesale store selling hemp, a special product of this area. Today, the wholesale store office and the historic bank have both been carefully restored. You can enjoy the beautiful Japanese garden inside.

    Adachi Koukokan (Adachi Antiquarian Museum)

    Adachi Antiquarian Museum
    Home to Edo era cultural displays, including several first class "Ukiyoe" which picture everyday life in the Edo period and "Nishiki", colorful Woodblock prints.

    Okada Kinenkan (Okada Memorial Hall)

    Okada Memorial Hall
    The Okadas are a longtime Tochigi family whose history extends over 500 years. In the Edo period, Samurai Hatakeyama lodged at the Okada's house every 3 years on his way to Nikko. Now, the museum displays historical works of art as well as handcrafted goods.

Down Town Walking Tour

It's a 4 km walk from Tochigi station to Shin Tochigi station. Enjoy walks along the river side and historical streets. It takes about 3 hours. You will walk through the followings:

  1. Reiheishi Highway
  2. Okada Memorial Hall
  3. Kencho Bori (Moat)
  4. Yokoyama Local Culture Hall
  5. Dashi Kaikan (Festival Floats Exhibition Hall)
  6. Tsukada Memorial Hall
  7. Riverside Walk
  8. Adachi Antiquarian Museum
  9. Kinryuji Temple
  10. Yuzo Yamamoto Memorial
  11. Shinmeigu Shrine
  12. Manpukuji Temple
  13. Jyoganji Temple
  14. Tochigi City Hall
  15. Kuranomachi Kanko Kan (Information Center)
  • Mt. Ohira (Ohira-yama) - Panoramic Views of the Kanto Plain

    Mt. Ohira is located to the west of Tochigi City. 346m in height, it has been designated a prefectural park. A place for all seasons with an abundance of trees and flowers including cherry blossoms, azalea, hydrangeas and maples. The view from the peak is spectacular, and often called "Inland Matsushima".

    Ohira-san Shrine

    Ohira-san Shrine

    The Shrine was founded by Saint Jikaku during the Heian era. The main sanctuary in the center, in which the Goddess Amaterasu-Omikami and other Gods descended from her are enshrined, was established in 1218.

    Rokkaku do (pagoda)

    Rokkaku do

    Rokkaku do means a pagoda with hexagonal building. Kokuzo-Bosatsu,the bodhisattva of wisdom, is enshrined here. This temple is a fusion of the Buddhist and Shinto faiths. Up until the Meiji era, it had the function of a temple and a shrine.

    Yuran Road

    Yuran Road cherry blossoms

    In April, a four-kilometer tourist avenue leading to the mountain's summit becomes a luxurious tunnel of cherry blossoms.

    Hydrangea slope

    Hydrangea slope

    Hydrangeas along both sides of the slope from Rokkakudo to the Ohira-san Shrine Gate start blooming from mid-june to early July. Ajisai or Hydrangea Matsuri is one of our flower festivals and attracts many tourists.

    Kin chaku-san

    Kin chaku-san with beautiful azaleas
    In May, Mt. Kinchaku is covered with beautiful azaleas.

  • Izuru and Hoshino (Izuru-machi and Hoshino-machi) Area in Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)

    Izuru-san Manganji Temple

    Izuru-san Manganji Temple

    This temple was established in 767 AD by Shodo Shonin. There is a statue created by Kouhou Daishi in 820AD. It is called "Kannon Bosatsu", which has 11 faces and 1,000 hands.

    Daihi Waterfalls

    Daihi Waterfalls
    Located at the top of the path that follows the mountain torrents,monks-in-training and temple visitors come to pray under the falls in midwinter.

    Hoshino Ruins

    Hoshino Ruins

    Investigations in 1965 proved that the rock layers date back to the Paleolithic era. At the same time, remains from the Jomon period have been found .

    E-Trench Preservation and Observation Facilities

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    Estimated depth is 10 meters. Scientifically, this is an important chronological discovery of the Paleolithic era in the Kanto area. You can observe the many different layers of loam that have accumulated in this area.

  • The Site of Ancient Shimotsuke Provincial Government

    Zenden

    Zenden, Tochigi City

    Situated in the center of the old regional government site this building was used by government officials for special ceremonies.

    Shimotsuke Government Museum

    Shimotsuke Government Museum
    The Shimotsuke Government Museum exhibits some of the tools and earthenware discovered during the excavation of the "Zenden" site. Also,it is possible to watch a video featuring the restoration of the"Zenden" building.

  • Tochigi City Dashi Kaikan (Floats Festival, Exhibition Hall)

    Displays the floats (dashi) used in Tochigi's fall festival, which the city holds every 5 years. You can admire the works of past festival artisans, dating from the Edo and Meiji period.

    Yorozucho Itchome - Amaterasu Omikami
    Yorozucho Itchome
    Amaterasu Omikami
    Yorozucho Nichome - Kannu uncho
    Yorozucho Nichome
    Kannu uncho
    Yorozucho Sanchome - Susano onomikoto
    Yorozucho Sanchome
    Susano onomikoto
    Yamatocho Itchome - Ojishi, Mejishi
    Yamatocho Itchome
    Ojishi, Mejishi
    Yamatocho Nichome - Kannmu Tenno
    Yamatocho Nichome
    Kannmu Tenno
    Yamatocho Sanchome - Shizuka Gozen
    Yamatocho Sanchome
    Shizuka Gozen
    Muro Machi - Momotaro
    Muro Machi
    Momotaro
    Izumicho - Kanko Dori
    Izumicho
    Kanko Dori
    Dai cho - Musashibou Benkei
    Dai cho
    Musashibou Benkei
  • Tochigi City Annual Events and Flowering Season:

    January New Year's Shrine/Temple Visit Ohirasan Shrine
    Izurusan Manganji Temple
    February Setsubun-Beginning of Spring Jyouganji Temple
    April Flower Festival Ohirasan Park/Hoshino
    May Azaleas Kinchakusan Hill/Mt.Ohira
    June Hydrangea Hydrangea Slope at Mr. Ohira
    Ajisai-hydrangea- Festival Front gate at the Festival Float Exhibition Hall
    July Portable Shrine Parade Main Street
    August 108 candle-boats Uzuma River
    October Tochigi Classical Musical Festival Cultural Hall
    November Tochigi Fall Festival-every 5 years- Main Street
  • Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi) Tourist Essential Addresses and Links:

    Tochigi City Kuranomachi Kankokan (Tourist Information Center):

    Tochigi City Kanko Kan (Tourist Information Center)
    The building built in 1904 was used as a hemp wholesalers' shop (The Tamura family). It consists of a main building , an annex, and storehouses. The storehouses were used as apartment houses after the war. Today, the building facing on Kuranomachi Street is used as a souvenir shop. In the former storehouses there are restaurants and souvenir shops.This is a visitors' starting point of the tour of Tochigi Town (Kuranomachi). There is a trail of Reiheishi Road on the avenue and Kaemoncho Street.There are back-walled warehouses on either side of the streets. The street takes you back to the old days.
    Tochigi City Tourist Association/ Tsukada Memorial Hall and Warehouse Center
    14-1 Yamato-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0037, Japan
    Tel: 0282-25-2356 (Tourist Association), 0282-24-2640 (Warehouse Center)
    Fax: 0282-20-7373
    Open: 9:00-7:00, Closed on Holiday, Mondays
    Website: http://www.kuranomachi.jp/

    Bunka Kaikan (Municipal Cultural Hall):

    Bunka Kaikan (Municipal Cultural Hall)

    The two halls in this facility host many cultural events throughout the year.

    Sougou Undo Kouen (Integrated Sports Park):

    Sougou Undo Kouen (Integrated Sports Park) layout map

    A very popular park among its citizens. The facilities provide the opportunity to enjoy many sports activities; such as - Gymnasium, Baseball Stadium, Baseball Fields, All Purpose Grounds, Tennis Courts, Track and Field Stadium, Swimming Pool, Japanese Archery Range, Central Plaza, Grass Field, etc.
    Tochigi City Gymnasium Japanese Archery Range Tochigi City Central Plaza

    Ohira Moutain (Ohira-yama)

    Ohira Moutain path, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)

    Hiraicho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0054, Japan
    Tel: 0282-25-2356 (Tochigi City Tourist Association), 0282-21-2543 (Tochigi City Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Division)
    Website: http://www.kuranomachi.jp/spot/ohirasan/

    Ohira Shinto shrine

    Ohira Shinto shrine, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)

    659 Hiraicho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0054, Japan
    Tel: 0282-22-0227
    Fax: 0282-22-8877
    Website: http://www.ohirasanjinja.rpr.jp/

    Ohira Mountain (Ohira-machi) Tourism Organization [Tochigi City Hall, Ohira Mountain Branch)

    558-11 Ohira-machi Tomida, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4404, Japan i (nearby Tobu Shin Ohira station)
    Tel: 0282-43-9213, 282-43-9212, 0282-45-1141 [Ohira Mountain (Ohira-machi) Tourism and Tourist Guide]
    Tel: 0282-43-8288 (Grapes harvesting from chipping trees, "Budo Danchi" Grape picking and jam making experience, Ohira Mountain trekking course, Edamame (Edible Soybean)-Black Bean and Tamba black beans Firm harvesting from planting to cultivation at at the beginning of October each year.)
    Fax: 0282-43-0318
    Website: http://www.cc9.ne.jp/~ohira-kanko/
    English Info: http://www.tobu.co.jp/foreign/sight/tochigi_contents.html

    Ohira Mountain Peak (NPO Ohira Sky Club)

    1717 Ohira-machi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Tel & Fax: 0282-43-8288
    Website: http://www.cc9.ne.jp/~o-minamisanroku/top.htm

    Daichu-ji Temple

    252-1 Ohira-machi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Tel: 0282-43-2116

    Seisuiji Temple

    3427 Ohira-machi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Tel: 0282-43-3863

    Ohira Town (Ohira-machi) History and Folk Customs Information Center

    The Ohira Town History and Folk Customs Information Center displays a variety of materials related to the archaeology and history of Ohira Town. A number of old temples are located nearby, including Daichuji Temple and Seisuiji Temple, making it convenient to explore Ohira's history in more detail after visiting the information center.
    898-1 Ohiramachi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Website: http://www.ohirarekimin.com/

    Pageant of Lights and Sounds (Ohira machi)

    Pageant of Lights and Sounds at Platz (Plats) Ohira

    Shin-ohirashita Station East exit to Platz (Plats) Ohira [See below]
    Access: Train : Get off at Shin-ohirashita on Tobu Nikko line.
    Car: A 20 minutes drive from Tochigi IC.
    Inquiry: Pageant of Lights and Sounds Executive Comittee (Tel. 0282-43-9212)

    Platz (Plats) Ohira

    558-11 Ohiramachi Tomida, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4404, Japan
    Tel: 0282-43-0388
    Website: http://www.cc9.ne.jp/~platz-ohira/

    Kakashi no sato (Village of the Scarecrow/ Folk Village)

    Kakashi no sato (Village of the Scarecrow - Folk Village, Ohira-machi, tochigi city

    1771-3 Ohira-machi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Tel: +81 282-43-8288
    Website: http://www.cc9.ne.jp/~o-minamisanroku/kakasinosato.htm

    Ohira Cherry Blossom Festival,

    Ohira Sports Park
    Ohira Cherry Blossom Festival at Ohira Sports Park.
    1501-14 Ohira-machi Mayumi, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4415, Japan
    0282-43-9225, 0282-43-1119, 0282-24-5777, 0282-43-9213
    Fax 0282-43-0318, 0282-24-5888
    http://www.maruwa-net.jp/top.php?ID=1939

    Suwa Shrine

    Suwa Shrine, Ohira-machi

    1531-1 Ohira-machi Mayumi, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4415, Japan
    Tel: 0282-43-2710, 0289-65-4227, 090-4524-1237
    Fax: 0289-77-7020
    Website: http://kir579053.kir.jp/jinjyacyo/?p=777

    Ohira Forest Adventure/ NPO Ohira no-mori (Npo Ohira Forest Park)

    Ohira Forest Adventure or Npo Ohira no-mori (Npo Ohira Forest Park), Tochigi City

    857 Ohiramachi Nishiyamada, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 329-4405, Japan
    Tel: 0282-44-2081 (Ohira Forest Adventure)
    Tel: 0282-45-1677, 048-734-2851 (Npo Ohira Forest Park)
    Fax: 050-3737-9727 (NPO Ohira Forest Park)
    E-mail: i...@foresfeel.co.jp
    Ohira Forest Adventure Website: https://ohira.foret-aventure.jp/book/calendar_e.php and http://www.foresfeel.co.jp/
    NPO Ohira no-mori (Npo Ohira Forest Park) Website: http://www6.ocn.ne.jp/~npoohira/index.html

    Tochigi Kuranomachi Museum of Art/ Tochigi City Dashi Kaikan (Floats Festival, Exhibition Hall)

    Tochigi Kuranomachi Museum of Art

    3-23 Yorozu-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0015, Japan
    Tel: 0282-20-8228 (Museum), 0282-25-3100 (Dashi Kaikan/ Floats Festival)
    Fax: 0282-20-8227 (Museum), 0282-24-4918 (Dashi Kaikan/ Floats Festival)
    Kuranomachi Museum of Art Website: http://kuramuseum.com/
    Tochigi City Dashi Kaikan/ Floats Festival Website: http://www.kuranomachi.jp/spot/kuranomachi/dashi/

    Tochigi City Kuranomachi Kankokan (Tourist Information Center)

    4-1 Yorozucho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0015, Japan
    Tel: +81 282-25-0560
    Website: http://www.kuranomachi.jp/spot/kuranomachi/kankokan/

    Pleasure boat ride

    Pleasure boat ride along Uzuma river (Uzumagawa)

    10-12 Minato-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0045, Japan
    Tel: 0282-23-2003
    Website: http://www.k-yuransen.com/

    Yokoyama Kyodokan Information Center

    The Yokoyama Family introduced at the Yokoyama Kyodokan Information Center were a wealthy merchant family in the Meiji Era that owned banks and hemp wholesalers. Inside the priceless building with its classical style of architecture, a cashier desk and other features are recreated to provide an impression of the time design the family lived during. The large 7.2 meter wide by 9 meter deep stone warehouse was designated as a National Registered Tangible Cultural Property in 1998.
    Address: 2-16 Irifune-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0016, Japan
    Tel: 0282-22-0159
    Website: http://home.k08.itscom.net/kyodokan/

    Tochigi City Hall

    Commerce and Tourism Division
    7-26 Irifune-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0016, Japan
    Tel: 0282-21-2224
    Tochigi City Hall Commerce and Tourism Division: Tel. 0282-21-2543, 0282-21-2541
    Fax: 0282-24-8686, 0282-24-7666 (Tourism Division)
    Website: http://www.city.tochigi.lg.jp/

    Idurusan Manganji Temple and Izuru Cave

    Idurusan Manganji Temple, Tochigi city Izuru Cave, Izurumachi, Tochigi city

    288 Izurumachi, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0206, Japan
    Tel: 0282-31-1717
    Fax: 0282-31-2121
    Hours: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
    Website: http://www.idurusan.com/

    Mikamo Road Station

    Mikamo Road Station, Tochigi city

    678 Fujioka-machi Odawa, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 323-1107, Japan
    Tel: 0282-62-0990
    Fax: 0282-61-1157
    Website: http://www.city.tochigi.lg.jp/hp/page000005000/hpg000004278.htm

    Kinryuji Temple

    Kinryuji Temple, Tochigi city

    22-4 Yorozu-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0015, Japan
    Tel: +81 282-22-0802
    Website: http://www.kuranomachi.jp/spot/kuranomachi/kinryuji/

    Shinmeigu Shrine

    Shinmeigu Shrine, Tochigi city.

    Shinmeigu Shrine is said to have been built in Kanda-shuku (Present day Kandacho) within Tochigi Castle in 1403. It was relocated to its current location in 1589 by Minagawa Hiroteru and became the guardian of Tochigi town. The name "Tochigi" is said to come from the name of the straw (chigi) used in the roof of the Shinmeigu Shrine.
    26-3 Asahicho Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi)i, Tochigi Prefecture 328-0035, Japan
    Tel: +81 282-24-4530
    Fax: +81 282-24-4500
    Website: http://www.jinja.rpr.jp/

    Adachi Koukokan (Adachi Antiquarian Museum)

    Adachi Koukokan (Adachi Antiquarian Museum), Yorozu-cho, Tochigi City.

    4-2 Yorozu-cho, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0015, Japan
    Tel/Fax: 0282-22-0149
    Website: http://www1.ttcn.ne.jp/adachi/

    Tsuga Town (Tsuga-machi) Village Park

    Tsuga Town (Tsuga-machi) Cherry Blossom, Tochigi City Tsuga Town (Tsuga-machi) Village Park kids fun, Tochigi City

    Tsuga Town (Tsuga-machi) Tourist Office
    5982-1 Tsuga-machi Ienaka, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0111, Japan
    Tel: 0282-29-1104
    Tsuga Vilage Cherry Blossom Festival Executive Committee: 0282-92-0008
    Fax: 0282-28-0169
    http://www.city.tochigi.lg.jp/hp/page000009000/hpg000008750.htm

    Oidejyuku Sato no Eki (Tsuga farming center)

    Oidejyuku Sato no Eki (Tsuga farming center), Tsuga Town (Tsuga-machi), Tochigi City

    Oidejyuku Sato no Eki is located just before the mountain road from the town of Tsuga to Tochigi City, making it popular as a rest and food area for many drivers. There is a location for direct sales of agricultural products.
    334-5 Tsuga-machi Ogaki, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0101, Japan
    Tel: 0282-91-1181
    Website: http://www.ja-shimotsuke.or.jp/

    Oogaki Hanayama Botanical Garden and Horticulture

    60 Tsuga-machi Ogaki, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0101, Japan
    Ogaki, Tochigi, Tochigi Prefecture 328-0101, Japan
    Tel: 0282-92-0871, 090-5513-5813

    Oogaki Hanayama Botanical Garden and Horticulture, Tsuga-machi, Tochigi City

    Oogaki Hanayama Agriculture and Horticulture Management Center
    5992-5 Tsuga-machi Ienaka, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0111, Japan
    Tel: 0282-27-8741, 0282-27-2031
    Website: http://www.cc9.ne.jp/~oogaki-hanayama/info-hanayama/

    Izuru Fureai no mori Forest and Campground

    Izuru Fureai no mori Forest and Campground, Izuru-machi, Tochigi city - Image 1.JPG Izuru Fureai no mori Forest and Campground, Izuru-machi, Tochigi city - Image 2.JPG

    417 Izuru-machi, Tochigi City (Tochigi-shi), Tochigi Prefecture 328-0206, Japan
    Tel: 0282-31-0810
    Website: http://www.iduru.jp/fureai/top.html