Tochigi is served by JR Railways and Tobu Railway, both of which have stops at its main station, Tochigi Station. The JR Ryomo Line runs through Tochigi from Oyama (two stops away) to Takasaki in Gunma Prefecture. There are three JR Stations (Tochigi, Ohirashita, and Iwafune Stations) within city limits. Tobu Railway has two lines that run through the city from Shin-Tochigi Station, the Tobu Nikko Line, running from Miyashiro (Tobu-Dobutsu-Koen) to Nikko (Tobu-Nikko), and the Utsunomiya Line, which starts here and ends at Tobu-Utsunomiya Station in Utsunomiya. Although the Tobu Nikko Line begins in Miyashiro, many trains actually come from further south, in Asakusa, which makes getting here much more convenient for those coming from Tokyo.
The Tohoku Expressway passes through the city. The historic district is 3 km from the Tochigi Interchange (which itself is within city limits).
- 1 Tochigi Kuranomachi Museum of Art (とちぎ蔵の街美術館).
- 2 Yokoyama Kyodokan (横山郷土館).
- Mt. Iwafune (岩船山).
- Mt. Ohira (大平山).
- Hydrangea Steps (あじさい坂).
- Watarase Retarding Basin (渡良瀬遊水池).
- Nissan Factory. Visit the factory where Nissans and Infinitis are made (including the GT-R).
- Yakisoba with Fried Potatoes (ジャガイモ入り焼きそば).
- Sano - A town known for its ramen and family-friendly parks
- Ashikaga - Best known for its wisteria abroad, but also known for its historic school
- Utsunomiya - Prefectural capital, as well as the unofficial gyoza capital of the nation
- Nikko - A cultural and natural treasure trove with World Heritage Sites, multiple waterfalls, and relaxing hot springs
- Maebashi - Capital of Gunma Prefecture
|Routes through Tochigi|
|Nikko ← Imaichi ←||N S||→ Kasukabe → into → Tokyo Skytree → Asakusa|
|Utsunomiya ←||N S||→ ↑|
|Utsunomiya ← Kanuma ←||N S||→ Sano → Tokyo|
|Maebashi Minami ← Isesaki ← Ashikaga ←||W S||→ Moka → Kasama → Mito|