We travelled by train from Tokyo to Nikko to see the Toshugu Shrine, the resting place of the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Orderly subway queues.
Sensoji Temple nearby to see the big lantern.
Nikko street scene
Akechidaira Plateau. Below is a view of the road up.
Mt Nantai, the volcano which gave rise to Lake Chuzenji at its base
Kanman-ga-fuchi Abyss, where we were greeted by these Jizo Statues, a spot we were glad not to have missed.
Three wise monkeys carved on the Sacred Stables
Most famous of all is the sleeping cat
The Karamon Gate, unusually ornate for the Japanese
Ended the day at a ramen house
With a simple bowl of butter and corn ramen, supposedly a Hokkaido specialty.