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Amazing scenic walk in peace

Our accommodation in Nikko was located 10 minutes away from this mysterious gorge along the river... read more

Reviewed yesterday
eugenef36
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Melbourne, Australia
Excellent walk in beautiful scenery

We were directed to take this wall along the riverbank by a lovely lady working at the tourist... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Jon_Ju1234
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Nikko 321-1435, Tochigi Prefecture
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Reviewed yesterday

Our accommodation in Nikko was located 10 minutes away from this mysterious gorge along the river so we decided to wake up early in the morning to have a nice stroll. The highlight is obviously the rows and rows of Jizo statues that line up...More

Thank eugenef36
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were directed to take this wall along the riverbank by a lovely lady working at the tourist information desk in the train station. The river is beautiful and the statues with the red hats along the trails are a very interesting sight. There are...More

Thank Jon_Ju1234
Reviewed 5 days ago

Pleasant walk to the river bank and towards the gorge. Tree lined canopy. Colours were spectacular. The rows of little statues were charming. Very tranquil place to visit if you have some time to spare. Highly recommended

Thank Strabo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

To reach this scenic area we got down at the Nishisando bus stop in the Tobu World Heritage bus and then walked for around 20 minutes past quiet and beautiful residential area. You can also trek ( around 25 minutes)to this place after doing the...More

Thank Dhiraj H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This walk up through the ravine was the last activity of a very busy day. I didn't quite follow our guides explanation but know that each Jizo has different features and that they were modelled on a large number of priests important to the history...More

Thank GraftonRiverguide
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are tired of the long lines and crowd at the Nikko temples, this place is where you can rest and most importantly take all the photographs you want. It's about 15 to 20 mins walk from Nishisando stop of the world heritage bus....More

Thank altair06
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

this is indeed a nice walk by the river with those little statues lined up and it is serene! we walked to this place from lawson, for those driving, there are 2 parking areas - one just after the bridge and another near turtle inn...More

Thank SunnySGP
Reviewed 7 October 2018

The Kammangafuchi Gorge is a very beautiful and serene place. I could have been there the whole day. The beautiful stone statues of Jizo, the clearst blue running water, waterfalls and the nature, it was amazing. Kanmangafuchi Abyss was formed by an eruption of nearby...More

Thank ChibiSuzan
Reviewed 29 September 2018

I don't understand why there's hardly anyone at this place. The gorge is absolutely beautiful that it's breathtaking. Keep walking until you pass the little statues dressed in red and you'll be on a path right next to the gorge, or abyss as it's often...More

Thank courtzzzc
Reviewed 25 September 2018

We walked in the gorge on a previous trip, but this time we continued much further on the path to where it comes out at a park and Dainichi Bridge and the main road. We passed and photographed the 70 or so jizu statues in...More

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