Shinkyo, Tokyo

  • Address: Japan, 〒321-1401 栃木県日光市上鉢石町, Tokyo
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  • 0.01% of people who visit Tokyo include Shinkyo in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Shinkyo visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Shinkyo


Shinkyo, Tokyo Reviews

  • This place is better seen in photo than in real life. It seems smaller than what I expected to be. But still very beautiful and make a great background for selfie. Water in the river below is crystal clear!

  • Pay no attention to those complaining about paying. During the Tokugawa Shogunate, the only humans on Earth that were allowed to set foot on this bridge were actual shoguns. The admission price of 350 Yen (less than three US dollars) that allows you to walk in their footsteps is a fair price to pay to preserve this important piece of history. It's not a toll. You can easily walk around it if you don't appreciate it's history or if you travelled all the way to Nikko, Japan can't afford three dollars. Selfies are free just a few feet away with the same view, no need to complain.

  • Bridge itself is pretty and in a nice looking area but you have to pay to cross it! Seems very unusual and more like a way to make money rather than a way to show off one of Japan's world heritage sites...but there is a bridge right next to it that is free to cross and is a good location to take photos from.

  • The view is nice just not much to do with bridge will cost you ¥300 to get on bridge. Must plan it right because the Sun around 1-3pm will make it a bit hard for good pixtures. Its a must place to see if in Nikko

  • The bridge itself is beautiful. However, I don't see the point of PAYING to get onto the bridge when you can take a picture of it on the other bridge. A tourist trap in my opinion...

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