Shinkyo Bridge, the entrance to Nikko's Unesco-listed shrines and temple. Photos: Cedric Tan

From ancient shrines to frozen waterfalls: 11 top spots to visit in Nikko, Japan

A spiritual Unesco World Heritage Site, a museum dedicated to royalty, splendid hotels and natural wonders such as frozen waterfalls make this an alluring destination

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Shinkyo Bridge, the entrance to Nikko's Unesco-listed shrines and temple. Photos: Cedric Tan
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Cedric Tan

Cedric Tan

Cedric Tan is Le Founder and Chief of Le Concierge Orient, luxury travel website and publisher of the LCO Top 10 Lists which recognises and awards the very best luxury hotels, restaurants and spas across Asia. A seasoned travel and gourmet columnist since 2003, he is passionate about the refinements of grand hospitality and has reviewed many of the top hotels and restaurants across the continent.