Nikko Kanaya Hotel/Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Kanaya Hotel set is a good menu. Especially the Kanaya Hotel.
I went to Nikko Toshogu Shrine, which is famous for Ieyasu Tokugawa, for the first time.
This year, I went to Nikko Toshogu Shrine for the first time. It’s not that I like Tokugawa Ieyasu, but “Nobunaga is more famous,” so he wanted to see it. This time, I stayed in Nasu Kogen, went to Nikko Toshogu Shrine, and bought gyoza from Utsunomiya. From Osaka, he took the peach to Haneda, and from there he went to Tochigi prefecture by high speed. It was a cube or something, so it was late. I kept flying even then.
I went to Peach and ate gyoza in Utsunomiya.
Air is cheap these days. I think it was about 20,000 yen for a round trip peach, but 40,000 for two people. So I went to Nikko Toshogu Shrine and bought gyoza from Utsunomiya and ate a little, but she had a signboard of a gyoza shop that looked delicious, so when I went there, recently it’s only takeout and you can’t eat inside the store. So… I reluctantly sat down in the chair at the entrance of the supermarket in front of me.
I really like Nikko Kanaya Hotel.
“Kanaya Hotel” near the exit of Toshogu Shrine is an old hotel, but it was very clean. It’s been a long time since I thought it was expensive to stay at a hotel like the Mampei Hotel in Karuizawa. When you go inside, he has a shop that looks a little expensive, but the items they sell are elegant, and he feels like he’s from the Kanto region. Also, the rooms in the hotel are a little old, but I guess that’s the basics of elegance and luxury, but it’s a solemn room full of luxurious furnishings that reminds you of the Meiji period.