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Toyooka Village Tourism Association
11 days ago
【Cycling Guide Tour ~ Night Tour 1 Night Plan & Forest Road Activity Plan ~】 On the first day, Cycling to the farm to harvest vegetables. The harvested vegetables are handed over to the BBQ specialists. Enjoy Sake in the Toyo Terrace of the inn place and enjoy an exquisite Barbecue Course dinner! On the second day, Activities were held at the Notanohira CampGround. Walk to Daimyojinbuchi (Pothole) and play in the river for Adult. After that, return to Notanohira CampGround to experience making paella. Put Many seafood in a large pot and cook it with Rice. While enjoying the exquisite paella, we had a relaxing time at the campsite. Over the course of two days, you can fully enjoy the charm of Toyooka Village's food, scenery, and activities. Toyooka Travel Time accepts applications for such tours at any time. We will create a tailor-made tour that combines the contents of Toyooka Village according to you, so please contact us! ■ Inquiries Toyooka Travel Time 0265-49-3395 (9:00~18:00)
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  • Toyooka, Nagano Prefecture
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  • Nagano Prefecture
  • Shinshu
  • Minami-Shinshu, Minami-Shinshu area
  • Sightseeing
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
17 days ago
【Miyazaki Prefecture 五ヶ瀬Town Sightseeing spot】うげの滝 There There are such a legend in "Uge no Falls". "In the old days, when I asked the Waterfall basin to lend me a bowl for celebrations and visitors, the next morning there was a bowl floating in the basin. In order to protect the water of "Uge no Falls", where such a legend remains, a water god is enshrined at the foot of the waterfall (Oharai Weir Park), and it has been carefully passed down from our ancestors as an important Water source in the Sakamoto area of Sankasho.
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  • Photogenic
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  • Tourism Association
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
17 days ago
【Miyazaki Prefecture 五ヶ瀬Town Sightseeing spot】うのこの滝 "Unoko Falls" with a drop of 20 meters and a waterfall basin area of 5,000 square meters The majestic waterfall surrounded by Strange Rocks of columnar joints overwhelms the viewer. From the Sankasho Iwagami area, you can Restrooms available Promenade, and you can enjoy the power of the waterfall nearby. From the Observation decks on the opposite bank, you can see the waterfall and the basin, and you can see various expressions depending on the season.
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  • Gokase
  • Miyazaki Prefecture
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  • Unoko Falls (Nishiusuki)
  • Autumn leaves
  • Four seasons
  • Nature
  • Instagrammable
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hiromi sakata
26 days ago
Nachi Falls 2021.12.25 It is this "Nachi Falls" where a number of stream overlap in the main stream that stream from the Mt. Undori in the depths of Mt. Nachi, and finally fall as if cutting through the virgin forest. The water column is 133 meters high, the Choshi mouth is 13 meters wide, and the depth of the Waterfall basin is 10 meters, making it one of the three famous waterfalls in Japan. There are three cuts in the bedrock of Choshiguchi, and it is also called the "Three Streaks Falls" because it begins to fall in three streaks.
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  • Photo Contest
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Toyooka Village Tourism Association
26 days ago
◆Mibusawa Fudo Falls◆ It is a beautiful waterfall with a drop of about 17 meters and falls in a straight line. Since ancient times, it has been revered as sacred water, and has been used as a place for practitioners to practice and purify. Fudo Myo, who stands on the left facing the waterfall, is said to have been solicited from Mt. Narita in Shimousa Province in the eighteenth year of Kyoho (1733), and it is said that the waterfall attracted people's worship, and the festival was crowded with many Worshippers from nearby towns. Tradition of begging for rain also remains. The two stone Buddhas standing in front of the statue of Fudo Myō are Kongara Doji (left) and Seitaka Doji (right), which were erected to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the solicitation in 1934. At this time, the Silkworm Jade God (Golden Princess), the Matsuo Taseko Song Monument, and the Monument (Kitahara Shinzan Shosho) were also erected at the same time. Gift 5th Place: Matsuo Taseko Sword Self-Chanting  Mansei Mao Never Lost Kana Renya Mifusawa Noh Taki no Shirai Nobori Guuri Kaheshi Miyako  (Yorozuyomo Constant Nagareya Mibusawa no Taki no Shirai and Repeating) ●Details of Mibusawa Fudo Falls ・Parking lot  Several cars can be parked on the side of the road. ・Toilet  without ・Other  From the parking lot, walk along the Promenade for about 5 minutes. ・Inquiries  Toyooka Travel Time (0265-49-3395)
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  • Nagano Prefecture
  • Shinshu
  • Toyooka, Nagano Prefecture
  • Toyooka travel time
  • Toyooka Village Tourism Association
  • Minami-Shinshu, Minami-Shinshu area
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Nature
  • Great view
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Shinshu Suzaka Tourist Association
Jun. 22, 2024
"100 best waterfalls in Japan" Yonakodaibakufu in the Suzaka City of Nagano Prefecture The Autumn leaves season is Famous、、、 Fresh greenery is dazzling, and this period of early summer is also recommended. I especially recommend the location. Yonakodaibakufu can be seen in front of it, and it is one of the view spots It is the "former site of the Rice Mine". In the meadow where Renge azalea blooms, you can eat lunch while leisurely looking at the waterfall, It is a healing plateau where you can drink coffee and relax. 【[Former Rice Mine Site] Restrooms available used to be a Rice mine producing sulfur and other substances on this plateau. Restrooms available in the vicinity with about 1,500 people living in the vicinity. At that time, there was also a cableway for transporting Supplies from the Rice Mine to the current Suzaka Station. 【Around with parents and children Yonakodaibakufu Illustration Map】  On May 23, 2023, the 2019 East Japan Yonakodaibakufu Typhoon The access road collapsed and could not be entered, Yonakodaibakufu It was opened to the public for the first time in three and a half yellowtails. Illustrator "Nire Shobo" Mr./Ms. goes to see the long-awaited waterfall, Scene trekking with family was illustrated.  The sight of the family walking excitedly on the promenade in early summer It is a heartwarming illustration map that floats in the eye. When you come to Yonakodaibakufu, please take it in your hands. Enjoy your early summer trek with excitement and excitement. * The illustration map is Yonakodaibakufu entrance, Suzaka City "Tourism exchange center "Kuratto", Restrooms available at the Suzaka Station Tourist Information Center. You can also download the illustration map from Shinshu Suzaka Tourist Association Home page. It is hot 🥵 every day, so please be careful. * There are no vending machines around Yonakodaibakufu, and you cannot drink river water 💦. Please be sure to prepare drinks and action meals in advance.
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  • Nagano Prefecture
  • Suzaka
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  • Mountain Climbing/Hiking
  • Summer
  • Nature
  • Walk
  • Sightseeing
  • Flowers
Yamanashi Fujikawa Machizukuri Public corporation
Jun. 17, 2024
Nice to meet Mr./Ms. everyone! This is the Fujikawa Development Corporation. Fujikawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture is a town of about 14,000 people located in Minamikoma-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Located in the southwestern part of the Kofu Basin, it is a Rich in nature area where one of the Two Hundred Famous Mountains of Japan Mt. Kushigatayama on the west side and the Fuji River, one of the three major rapids Japan, stream on the east side. Fujikawa Town flourished as a post town for Fuji River boat transportation during the Edo period, and many travelers visited this area. In addition, many old shrines and temples Restrooms available in the Fujikawa Town, and Kongozan Myouji Temple is designated as a National Important Cultural Property. These historic buildings convey the long history and culture of Fujikawa Town to the present day. ==Introduction to Sightseeing spots in Fujikawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture== ・Oboshi Park It is a famous place for cherry blossoms that has been selected as a "Japan 100 best cherry blossom viewing spots". 2,000 cherry trees bloom in Springs. Oyanagawa Valleys Promenade You can enjoy the beautiful nature of the four seasons, such as fresh greenery and autumn leaves. ・Himuro Shrine Elevation is a shrine located in 1000 meters, and you have to climb 575 long stairs to Prayer to the main hall. ・Mt.Hoda Nanmyoji Temple It is a historic temple built in 1480. ・Myohoji Temple It is also known as "Hydrangea Temple" or "Haiku Temple", and from the end of June to the beginning of July, 20,000 hydrangeas bloom all over the Precincts. ==Specialty products of Fujikawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture== Fujikawa Town's Specialty Products include yuzu and La France, Restrooms available. These Specialty Products are nurtured by the rich nature of Fujikawa Town, and you can enjoy their Fresh taste. Roadside Station Fujikawa is lined with these fresh agricultural products and specialty products, so it is also recommended as a souvenir. ==Recommendations for Fujikawa Town, Yamanashi == The Linear Central Shinkansen Line tunnel Penetration memorial "Penetration stone" in the thank-you gift of the Fujikawa Town Furusato Nozei has become a popular item. Fujikawa Town is a Town where people who visit it can truly enjoy peace and Impression thanks to its beautiful nature, rich history, and delicious Specialty Products. Enjoy a journey of nature, history, and gastronomy in Fujikawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture. Fun will be sending out Recommendations for Fujikawa Town at COOL JAPAN VIDEOS!
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  • Fujikawa
  • a roadside station the Fuji River
  • Yamanashi Prefecture
  • Fuji River
  • Important Cultural Properties
  • Cultural Property
  • Temple
  • Shrine
  • Cherry blossoms
  • promenade
  • ...and 10 others
Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Jun. 13, 2024
Hello, in Shosenkyo Gorge, which is the Minamoto 👋 fresh greenery in June, Mr./Ms.'s guests enjoy the beauty of the Valleys that can be seen from the Promenade Maintenance along the river. The standard Trekking Course is about 6 km one way Driving Course !️ (time required: about 1:30). After departing from the Nagatoro Bridge, the gateway to Shosenkyo Gorge, and walking for a while while looking at the Strange Rocks, you will arrive at the Tenkorin Forest, which has been designated as a natural monument of the prefecture! Furthermore, if you walk along the promenade along the Valleys, you will reach "Matsushima of Dreams". * This is a photo spot 📸 while looking at Kakuen Peak If you go further, you will Restrooms available the "Natural Arch Stone Gate" made of huge rocks, and after walking about 500 meters, you will see the "Senga Waterfall" of the Great power! Before entering the Ume plum rain, please take a leisurely stroll along the promenade and enjoy the seasonal scenery! !️
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  • Shosenkyo
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  • Valley
  • strange rock
  • Waterfall
  • ...and 1 others
Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Jun. 6, 2024
Hello, this 😃 is Yamanashi Wine Kingdom Senga Falls Store! The weather is damp in June, but there is a lot of fresh greenery in Shosenkyo Gorge and a refreshing breeze is blowing 🍃 Near the waterfall, you can feel the splashing of water and it is a cool spot. You can 👀 also see the scenery directly above the waterfall, which is difficult to see, from the wooden deck Please take a look! New wine has Receiving ☀️ at Yamanashi Wine Kingdom next to the wooden deck It is a wine made from Chardonnay and Syrah, which is rare in Yamanashi. It is a dry wine recommended in the hot summer, so please taste it. Please ☺️ stop by when you visit Shosenkyo Gorge
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Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Jun. 1, 2024
Hello, this 😃 is Shosenkyo Gorge Crystal Valley Ryusuido. The greenery 🌿 has become deep and colorful, making it ✨ the perfect season for a walk ☔️ It will be a rainy season from now on, but on a rainy day, it will be fantastic like an ink painting, and you can enjoy a different Shosenkyo Gorge than usual! !️ Ryusuido will reopen on May 1st. It has been reborn with the concept of "healing"!  In order to Visit good luck ✨ to everyone who visits the store, the store is a Healing space ☺️ where you can feel the warmth of natural wood while listening to the sound of water in the Senga Waterfall with the symbol of "Shoryu Descending Dragon" There are many other Spots in the Takikami area where you can forget your daily life and enjoy yourself, so please visit Shosenkyo Gorge! !️ We look forward to seeing your wonderful smiles.
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  • Great view
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  • Yamanashi Prefecture
  • Travel
  • Valley
  • Waterfall
Yamanashi Hayakawa Tourism Association
May. 7, 2024
Nice to meet you all and welcome to COOL JAPAN VIDEOS! This is the Hayakawa Tourism Association. Minamikoma-gun Hayakawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture, is a town located in the southwest of Yamanashi Prefecture, and is the only "town" in Japan with a population of less than 1,000, with 947 people (as of April 1, 2024), making it the least populated town in Japan. It is also a Rich in nature town surrounded by Akaishi Mountains mountains, and it is a Rich in nature area surrounded by large and small waterfalls and Valleys. Hot springs are also abundant, and Nishiyama Hot spring, which has a history of 1,300 years of hot springs, is home to the world's oldest inn certified by the Guinness Book of Records. ■■■History of Hayakawa Town, Yamanashi Prefecture In 1956, Hayakawa Town was formed by the merger of six villages: Motodate Village, Goka Village, Suzurishima Village, Miyakogawa Village, Misato Village, and Nishiyama Village. In 1960, the population increased to more than 10,000 due to the influx of people involved in hydroelectric power generation construction, but the population has since declined and is now "the least populated town in Japan". ■■■Introduction to sightseeing spots in Hayakawa Town ・Akazawa Inn It flourished as a lodging place for Rest stop for pilgrims to Mt. Shichimen, and still retains the faces of the Edo period. In 1993, it was recognized as a National Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. ・Shuku-no-eki Shimizuya It is a tourist information center and rest area that has been renovated from an old accommodations in Akazawa Inn. Specialty products and crafts of the region are sold. ・Bentendo waterfall It is a waterfall at the back of the Hagoromo Trailhead to Mt. Shichimen and is known as a place for ascetics. In winter, you can see the icefall where the waterfall freezes. ・Hayakawa Local History Museum It is a document building that retains the exterior of the Village Hall of Misato Village. Hayakawa Town's traditional culture, crafts, and history are on display. ・Yushima's Great Cedar Tree Legend has it that it was planted 1,200 years ago, and it is the largest cedar tree in Yamanashi Prefecture at Sanno Shrine. In 1958, it was designated as a natural monument designated by Yamanashi Prefecture. ・Hayakawa Valley In the Valleys that stretches from the Arakura area to the Narada District, you can see the beautiful scenery of the four seasons, such as New green in Spring, autumn leaves in autumn, and Icicles in winter. ■■■Specialty products of Hayakawa Town Hayakawa Town's proud Specialty Products, Hakuho miso, Fresh sweet potato konnyaku, and Dried potato stalks, are exquisite gourmets that can only be tasted here. In addition, "Oboko dolls" that have been handed down in this area since ancient tradition are recommended for tourism in Hayakawa Town and are also designated as prefectural designated folk crafts. ■■■Popular events and festivals in Hayakawa Town ・Akaishi Mountains Hayakawa Edible Wild Greens Festival Every year in May, the event is held at the Hayakawa Town People's Sports Square, and the main stage features Drum performances and song shows. Bake sale shops and food stalls are lined up at the venue, and Mikoshi (portable shrine) passing is also held. ・Okuyamanashi Hayakawa Autumn Leaves and Food Festival It is held every year in October at the Hayakawa Town People's Sports Square surrounded by autumn leaves, and Hayakawa Town's Specialty Products and seasonal foods are gathered. ■■■Sightseeing in Hayakawa Town "Japan's least populated town" is packed with rich nature, deep history, Specialty products, events and charm. There are different ways to enjoy your trip in Hayakawa Town, such as "heal your fatigue in the Hot spring", "Experience the Nature of Hayakawa Town at the campsite", and "Enjoy the local gourmet food of Hayakawa Town". Best regards so that your trip to Hayakawa Town in Yamanashi Prefecture will be an unforgettable memory for everyone, and we will send out recommended information about Hayakawa Town!
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  • Hayakawa
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  • Nishiyama Onsen_Yamanashi
  • Hot springs
  • Edo Period
  • Specialty
  • Traditional crafts
  • seven-sided mountain
  • Waterfall
  • History
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Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Apr. 6, 2024
Hello, this is Minamoto. The spring-like weather continued, but it rained, and the amount of water in the waterfall increased, making it powerful. The splashes that flew in are quite cold. Now that we are in April, we are introducing the birthstone, crystal. In particular, clusters with multiple crystals densely packed are recommended as interiors. Shosenkyo Gorge is a crystal, so why not put it at the entrance? Speaking of crystals, the Symbol Tree of Happiness (Crystal Tree of Happiness), which is located immediately after entering the entrance, is also made entirely of natural crystal. There is a rainbow crystal with a rainbow in the crystal tree of happiness, so please take a picture of it and use it as a talisman. All the staff are looking forward to your visit.
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  • Shosenkyo
  • Kofu
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  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Nature
  • Valley
  • Power spot
  • Yamanashi Prefecture
  • crystal
  • ...and 1 others
Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Mar. 28, 2024
Hello, this 😃 is Yamanashi Wine Kingdom Senga Waterfall. It's finally April, and it's been so cold and rainy that it seems like we've returned to winter. From the weekend, it seems that the spring-like weather will return again, so I am ☺️ relieved If you're going to take a walk, I think it's better to have good weather, but in fact, there is ☔️ a slightly unusual scenery that can only be seen when it rains For example, rainwater flowing from a rock crevice just opposite Senga Waterfall looks like 👀 a small waterfall I came all the way to Shosenkyo Gorge, but it was raining... You may think, but there may be scenery and small discoveries that can be seen because it is raining. We hope 😊 you will enjoy the various expressions of Shosenkyo Gorge In addition, by synchronizing the color with the spring season, we have prepared recommended rosé wines that are active during the cherry blossom season. Why don't you taste Japanese wine cherry blossoms with dancing gold leaf petals and Merlot rosé with aromatic flavors? It will be a time when it will be easier to take a walk, so please 😄 come and visit Shosenkyo Gorge
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  • Waterfall
Shosenkyo Tourism Association
Feb. 29, 2024
Hello! This is the Shosenkyo Tourist Association. Shosenkyo Gorge in Yamanashi Prefecture, which has been designated as a special scenic spot in Japan, is said to be "The most beautiful valley in Japan" that has been nurtured by nature for a long time. It is no exaggeration to say that it is a work of art created by nature, and we will introduce the charm of "Shosenkyo Gorge" in the COOL JAPAN VIDEO. 【What is Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge?】 Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge is a Canyon in the northern part of Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture, and is a Canyon with a total length of about 5 kilometers surrounded by abundant nature. If you are coming by car, it is 40 minutes from Chuo Expressway and Kofu Showa IC. If you come by train, it takes about 30 to 45 minutes by bus or taxi from the south exit of JR Kofu Station. The beauty of nature, which has been created over a long period of time, continues to fascinate many people. Dotted with Strange Rock and Strange stone, this area shows the beauty of the four seasons, and is a tourist spot that you will want to visit again and again. In spring, you can enjoy the promenade surrounded by the scent of fresh greenery, in summer you can enjoy activities such as canoeing through the dam, and in autumn you can enjoy the Canyon dyed bright red with autumn leaves. 【History of Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge】 Mitake Shosenkyo Gorge was designated as a national scenic spot in 1923 and a special scenic spot in 1953. In addition, it is counted as one of the five great gorges in Japan, along with Teishaku Gorge (Hiroshima), Chomonkyo Gorge(Yamaguchi Prefecture), Goukei Gorge (Okayama Prefecture), and Nezame no toko (Nagano Prefecture). 【Highlights of Shosenkyo Gorge】 ・Kakuen Peak Kakuen Peak, the highest in the Shosenkyo Gorge mountain range, is the symbol of Shosenkyo Gorge. The name comes from the monk Kakuen, who practiced asceticism on a peak the size of several tatami mats in the past. ・Senga Waterfall It is a waterfall located at the foot of Kakuen Peak at the innermost part of the Arakawa River, which flows through the Shosenkyo Gorge. It is a powerful waterfall with a drop of 30 meters, and it is a popular spot because it can be accessed by car. ・Shosenkyo Gorge Promenade It is a promenade of about 4.5 kilometers where you can enjoy the beauty of the Canyon of the four seasons, which was also selected as the first place in the Selected as one of the 100 best sightseeing spots in Japan Canyon category. ・Ishimon The stone gate is a huge natural granite arch created by Mother Nature. It's on the promenade, so you can't get there by car. ・Nagatoro Bridge It is a historic bridge built in 1925 at the gateway to Shosenkyo Gorge. It has been selected as a modern civil engineering heritage site as the oldest surviving concrete arch road bridge. ・Tenkorin If you step on your feet in the Tenkorin forest along the promenade, you will hear a mysterious sound similar to the sound of pom-poms and drums. This is said to be the echoing sound of an underground cavity carved out by a mountain stream. ・ Numerous Strange Rocks and Strange Stones On the promenade, there are various Strange Rocks and Strange Rocks such as Fur Seal Rock, Daibutsu Rock, Kansan Jade Rock, Floating Rock, Cannon Rock, Tofu Rock, Monkey Rock, Camel Rock, Fuji Rock, Kuma Rock, Cat Stone, Matsutake Stone, etc. Please look for it on your feet. ・Arakawa Dam The majestic dam that spreads across the valley of the Oku-Syosenkyo is a multipurpose dam for the purpose of flood control in the coastal area of the Arakawa River. ・Shosenkyo Ropeway From the gondola of the ropeway, which takes about 5 minutes one way to the summit, you can see the Canyon below. From the top of the ropeway, you can overlook a spectacular panoramic view of Mt. Fuji and other areas. 【Shosenkyo Gorge Crystal】 Shosenkyo Gorge is also famous as a sacred place for crystals. There are a number of quartz mines on Mt. Kinpusan in Shosenkyo Gorge, and excavations were actively promoted during the Meiji era. Because of its excellent crystal grinding and processing technology, ores from all over the world gathered, and now there are many shops displaying and selling precious gems and ores. 【Shosenkyo Gorge Gourmet】 Popular gourmet dishes include Somen, Soba noodles, and Koshu Houtou made from the clear stream of Shosenkyo Gorge. In addition, there are many shops where you can enjoy local gourmet and local cuisine using plenty of local ingredients from Yamanashi Prefecture. Enjoy the superb view created by nature at one of the most popular tourist spots in Yamanashi Prefecture "Shosenkyo Gorge"! It is also a treasure trove of Power Spots, so why not try to raise your luck? In the future, COOL JAPAN VIDEOS will continue to show the charm of Shosenkyo Gorge and the beautiful scenery of the four seasons. Best regards!
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  • Shosenkyo
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  • Shosenkyo Ropeway
  • strange rock
  • crystal
  • Power spot
  • Dam
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Kawazu Tourism Association
Feb. 15, 2024
The 34th Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival, the earliest event in Honshu where you can enjoy cherry blossom viewing, is being held. In this post, we will introduce sightseeing spots in Kawazu Town that you can enjoy together with the Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival! This time, I would like to introduce "Nikai Falls". ・A 20-meter-high waterfall located just below the Agar Bridge along the old road and falling in two stages. It is the first waterfall at the source of the Hontani River (Kawazu River), and there are many trees around it. It is one of the famous waterfalls of Amagi with beautiful scenery such as autumn leaves and fresh greenery. ◆ Detailed information ◆ 【Spot name】Nikai Falls 【Address】Kamo-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture Kawazu Town Nashimoto 【Parking lot】Yes Passenger car 15 cars ◇ ◆ ◇ Parking information for those who come to the Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival by car ◇ ◆ ◇ ◆ About the parking lot ◆ Business hours:8:30~21:00 ・Regular car ●Regular car 4~13 parking lot to Ekimae Venue about 700~800m, to Mine Onsen Venue about 700~800m [Daytime] 8:30~17:00・・・1 car / 1,000 yen [Night] 18:00~21:00・・・1 car / 200 yen ・Large vehicles ●Large 1 and 2 parking lots to the Ekimae Venue about 700~800m, to the Mine Onsen Venue about 700~800m [Daytime] 8:30~17:00・・・1 car / 5,000 yen [Night] 18:00~21:00・・・1 car / 1,000 yen
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  • Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Izu Peninsula/Izu Archipelago
  • Sightseeing
  • Travel
  • Tourism Association

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