Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa

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Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
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Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
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Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
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Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
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Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa prides itself not only on its beautiful and convenient location in the mountains of Nikko near Nikko Toshogu Shrine, it also has a rich source of mineral water under the hotel grounds. This mineral-rich water is used for both onsen baths and as tap water inside the hotel. As it is a steady 7 degrees Celsius year-round, the water is also used as part of an eco-friendly air conditioning system.

The onsen baths offer fantastic views of Nikko’s natural environment in all seasons, and guests can order a floating tub of sake to enjoy their hot spring experience even more.

Address: 2204 Nikko, Nikko city, Tochigi Prefecture

Website: www.hotel-tokugawa.com/e/

Tel: 0288-53-3200

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