Senjo-ga-hara Marshland

Travel Guide - Senjo-ga-hara Marshland

Information

Senjo-ga-hara Marshland is located near the center of Okunikko, with a wood trail to facilitate access.
It is a great place to hike while viewing alpine plants, wild birds, and many other lovely sights.
From the observation deck, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the marshland.

"Senjo-ga-hara" means a battlefield in Japanese.
A legend says it is a place where the gods of Mt. Nantai-san and Mt. Akagi-san fought each other.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 66 minutes from JR Nikko Station by the bus bound for Yumoto Onsen via Kotoku Onsen. Get off at Sanbon-Matsu Bus stop.

Address / Location

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