1300, Kami-Hatsuishi-machi, Nikko City, Tochigi
321-1401, Japan

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Nikko Kanaya Hotel is one of Japan's most time-honored existing hotels and as a witness to history, from Meiji and Showa times to today's Heisei era. This is a classic hotel, remembered fondly by the movers and shakers who have shaped the history of modern times.

Guest Room

A rich variety of 80-some guest rooms are available in four histric buildings built at times ranging from the classic Meiji era (1866-1912) to the mid-1950s. Select the class that suits your taste and needs.

Special Deluxe Rooms
This is the most spacious Special Deluxe Rooms offered by the Nikko Kanaya Hotel. The interior is divided into living room and bed room. Both rooms have windows on two sides. A bathroom is attached.

Class A Guest Rooms
Class A rooms are the finest offered in Nikko Kanaya Hotel's deluxe class. All are spacious or corner rooms. In the Annex, Class A rooms feature large windows on two sidex, offering a superb view of Mount Nantai across the Daiya River.

Class B Guest Rooms
With most of the guest rooms in the Nikko Kanaya Hotel falling into this deluxe category, Class B rooms may be said to typify the hotel.
Class C Guest Rooms
Class C rooms are the second most numerous room category in the hotel. As such they typify the excellent standard accomodations available at Nikko Kanaya Hotel.
Class D Guest Rooms
These rooms in the Main Building belong to the upper tier of the economy level. More compact than Class C rooms, many customers prefer this class, especially single travelers.
Class E Guest Rooms
These are economy-class rooms, all with attached bath and toilet; however, most rooms do no offer a view of the garden. Interiors are simple and compact.
Class F Guest Rooms
These rooms, with attached showers but without bathtubs, are located in buildings built during the Meiji era (1866-1912).
Class G Guest Rooms
These are twin-bed rooms with attathed toilet and washbasin. For a bath, guests are welcome to use the separate shared western-style bath on the same floor or the family bath.

Restaurants & Bars

Dining Room
The dining room invites you to enjoy the Nikko Kanaya Hotel's traditional French cuisine and superb service in a room of classic decor. Simple, convenient lunches are also offered during the day. Open hours: Breakfast 7:30 - 9:30, Lunch 11:30 - 15:00, Dinner 18:00 - 20:00.

Japanese Restaurant Yashio
This Japanese-style restaurant features buckwheat noodle dishes and Japanese-style picnic-box lunches in the daytime and shabu-shabu, wicker basket steamed items, and Nikko's own enticing yuba (bean-curd) dishes in the evenings. Open hours: Lunch 11:30 - 15:00, Dinner 18:00 - 20:00.

Maple Leaf Lounge
During the day, this facility fulfils the role of a pleasant coffee shop, inviting you for a relaxing break; evenings, it transforms itself into a comfortable cocktail lounge. Of course, soft drinks, cakes, and light meals and snacks are always available during the day and evening.

The Dacite Bar
Enjoy drinks in front of the stone fireplace where tradition says Frank Lloyd Wright drew designs for the old Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.


Hotel Facilities

  • Gift Shop. Open Hours: 9:00-17:30
  • The Annex Gallery displays paintings, pottery, dolls, and other works of art for sale.
  • Pool / Skating Rink Outside of the 3rd floor, Main Building

Access Information

By Train: Two train lines take visitors to Nikko: the Nikko Line of East Japan Railway Company (JR) from Utsunomiya, and the Nikko Line of TOBU RAILWAY CO., LTD. from Asakusa in Tokyo. From Tokyo, TOBU RAILWAY is the main route to Nikko. Travel time from Asakusa in Tokyo to Nikko is about 110 minutes by TOBU super express, 2 hours by rapid train.

By Bus: Nikko Kanaya Hotel is located at the top of the hill nearby Shinkyo bus stop, where 5 minutes by bus for Oku-Hosoo, Chuzenji Onsen, or Yumoto Onsen from JR or TOBU Nikko Station.

By Car: Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road is connected to Tohoku Express Way at Utsunomiya Interchange. Driving time from Nikko Interchange of Nikko-Utsunomiya Toll Road to Nikko Kanaya Hotel will be only 5 min. Tire chains are required in winter.

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