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Home » Resort Kyukamura where you can enjoy nature Enjoy the forest of Oku-Nikko on a low-pollution bus! Senjugahama is the best time to see the pretty cypress flowers. Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, offers a free shutt

Resort Kyukamura where you can enjoy nature Enjoy the forest of Oku-Nikko on a low-pollution bus! Senjugahama is the best time to see the pretty cypress flowers. Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, offers a free shutt

Kyukamura, a resort filled with nature
Enjoy the forests of Oku-Nikko on a low-pollution bus! Senjugahama is the best time to see the pretty cypress flowers. Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, offers a free shuttle bus from the hotel to Akanuma.
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Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto, a resort hotel located on the shores of Lake Yunoko in Oku-Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture (location: Yumoto Onsen, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, General Manager: Takatoshi Kawasaki), offers a variety of services to coincide with the best time to see the Japanese cypress blooming on Senjugahama. A free shuttle bus to Akanuma, the gateway to Senjogahara, will be provided exclusively to guests staying at the hotel. At Senjugahama, the shore of Lake Chuzenji, where clumps of linthorn bloom in clusters, the lakeside is adorned with lovely pink and white linthorn flowers and fresh green trees. From Akanuma, please walk or use the low-pollution bus (500 yen, free ride) that connects to the hiking course.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-044e126c935f02184caf-0.jpg&s3=85653-447-6d404a6d23cf897c2f38ab6ce140da15-3900×2600.jpg] Senjugahama, the western end of Lake Chuzenji in Oku-Nikko, is a popular spot where you can see a large colony of Japanese cypress. ◆ Senju-gahama, a sacred place for Japanese cypress. Located on the western edge of Lake Chuzenji, Senju-gahama is a 2-kilometer-long beach from north to south. It is a rich natural area with forests of Quercus oaks and Chinese elms that are over 200 years old. It’s an area. Every year in early June, clumps of clumps bloom in clusters, earning the area the nickname “the sacred place of lints.” The sight of fresh green trees and dainty Japanese cypress blooming on the clear waterfront is beautiful, and the area is crowded with tourists and photographers.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-4fc09315e8d6d7ec6572-1.jpg&s3=85653-447-0247ef4285c2365ad028e1eb3be6deae-3900×2600.jpg] The name “Kurinsou” comes from the fact that its appearance resembles the nine-wheeled flower that is attached to the tip of the roof of a temple.
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-2de35d524cc095be5fad-2.jpg&s3=85653-447-fdaa734a3f582c75518e545f7d25607d-3260×2172.jpg] Found a rare yellow kurinsou at Senjugahama! It is said that the “Laburnum” is native to the highlands of Burma and Tibet, and the yellow flowers that bloom among the pink and white flowers are also pretty.
Additionally, a stream flows through the wetland next to the “Ryuzu-no-Takishita Parking Lot”, which is approximately 20 minutes by car from Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto, and beautiful linden flowers bloom in clusters on both sides of the river. It’s an easy spot to observe kurinsou, which blooms quietly on the side of the national highway.
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-7c1b85d24698a140ef00-9.jpg&s3=85653-447-9c4ca7ffad788b7964b7c1d84888c198-3260×2160.jpg] Kurinsou next to the Ryuzu-no-Takishita parking lot
◆Low-pollution bus – Private cars are not allowed in the areas around Odashirohara, Nishinoko, and Senjugahama for environmental
conservation reasons, so low-pollution buses operate from in front of the Akanuma Nature Information Center. The approximately 10km line is surrounded by Quercus oak and larch forests, and you can enjoy the Oku-Nikko forest and the animals that live along the line just by riding the train. Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto provides a free shuttle bus to Akanuma, a low-pollution bus stop, for guests staying overnight. Period: June 1st (Sat) – July 12th (Fri), 2024 Departs from Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto 8:40/10:10 *First come first served Low pollution bus details https://www.nikko-nsm.co .jp/bus.html
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-a2568ab0ac5f98099a61-3.jpg&s3=85653-447-2042dfd89fc12457314ad7be75119539-3260×2173.jpg] The bus route is connected to a hiking course, allowing easy access to the deepest forests in Oku-Nikko.
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◆Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto
After climbing up the famous “Irohazaka” and passing Lake Chuzenji and Senjogahara, you will find Kyukamura Nikko Yumoto on the shores of Lake Yunoko at an altitude of approximately 1,500 meters. The hotel, decorated with birch and larch trees, was designed by architect Kiyoshi Seike, and blends in with the surrounding nature, allowing you to feel the changing seasons.It is a base for visiting World Heritage Sites such as Senjogahara hiking and Nikko Toshogu Shrine. Also convenient. You can enjoy hot springs drawn straight from the source from Nikko Yumoto Onsen, which is said to be the 4th thickest sulfur spring in Japan.
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High-quality hot springs drawn from the source of Nikko Yumoto Onsen. Enjoy the fresh greenery and starry sky from the open-air bath.
[Image 8: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-537fca998c229d098831-6.jpg&s3=85653-447-8c685bf1a05bfe642da4d84f79da790a-3900×2600.jpg] Outside the window, you can enjoy the view of Lake Yunoko surrounded by birch and larch forests.
[Image 9: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-20baa7d343664f6ecab8-7.jpg&s3=85653-447-cacf2d71843eaa95f21eeadb48a4a50d-3900×2600.jpg] Dinner is a carefully selected daily seasonal Kaiseki course. Address: Yumoto Onsen, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, 321-1662 General Manager: Takatoshi Kawasaki URL:
https://www.qkamura.or.jp/nikko/
[Image 10: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-df52f560bf7e597c0c19-4.jpg&s3=85653-447-13d94befb298bebe7a8efe71131b75b1-2500×1667.jpg] Mt. Nantai seen from Yunoko Observation Deck
◆Kyukamura, a resort filled with nature
[Image 11: https://prtimes.jp/i/85653/447/resize/d85653-447-69c5443128a9397b78a5-11.jpg&s3=85653-447-aa2b896a9c8295e2f628bb1ab82c814a-878×676.jpg] Excellent national parks and quasi-national parks that represent the scenery of Japan.
A resort hotel located in a natural environment. There are 35 locations Kyukamura is based on the concept of “a natural resort.”
We offer dishes that are unique to each region, such as dishes that make use of local ingredients and programs that allow you to interact with the local nature, culture, and history.
Providing a place where you can experience the charm and make your mind feel more natural.
We will provide you with an exciting time.
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