Nikko Suginamiki Road (Cedar-lined avenue)

Travel Guide - Nikko Suginamiki Road (Cedar-lined avenue)


13,000 of giant Japanese cedars line both sides of the road over its entire 37 kilometers length.
These cedars were donated to Toshogu Shrine by Matsudaira Masatsuna, a subordinate of Tokugawa Ieyasu, in 1648.

Recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest tree-lined road in the world, Suginamiki Road is considered a special historical landmark and a special natural monument.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 10 minutes walk from Shimo-imaichi Station on the Tobu Railway

Address / Location

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