Nikko, in Tochigi Prefecture, is a famous resort town, just 150 kilometers away from Tokyo. The history of Mount Nikko can be traced back to the seventh century.
The history and culture of Mount Nikko, a sacred site whose origins can be traced back to the seventh century. The Nikko Toshogu Temple and the Taiyuin Reibyo are situated at the apex of the mausoleum architecture that flourished in pre-modern Japan.
The beauty of ornate, complex and highly decorated buildings is diametrically contrasted with the aesthetic standards of 20th-century modernist architecture. A cultural site without parallel anywhere in the world consisting of a group of 103 heritage buildings and the woods which enclose them.
There are quite a few Muslims living in the area. However, they are not located in one single place. The nearest Masjid is called Kanuma Masjid which is about one hour by car from the Nikko area. Inshallah, we will upload the information about the halal restaurant as soon as we can. So, please visit this page again if you are planning to visit this area.