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Otome Falls, Chino

#3 of 9 in Nature in Chino
Waterfall Nature / Park
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  • Uphill next to shaky falls (? ) Can come up with falls seen from the top. Not a place you can stay and overall. It seems to move in a few minutes minus ion. (Tourists were gone in a few minutes ^ ^;)
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  • There like a waterfall lectern from yokotani Gorge walks down the stairs a bit steep. It seems locals contrary to maiden name offers a dynamic and will let the spray so much better. When taking photos in particular fell as much as possible (and say the cliff just as there are limits) is better. Negative ions are often so feel loved.
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  • Appeared great falls down the stairs and, in front, very nice. More lovely waterfall and if you did than you think. Was very nice, plenty of 浴birete anions. I wanted to come to see things with great waterfalls frozen in winter, so next winter.
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Where to stay in Chino

Chino itself possesses a few accommodations, most of them unfussy hotels with onsite communal bathhouses (using geothermal waters, a real draw of the area), located close to the main train station. Many opt instead to stay at Suwa to the north, where lakeside lodgings are a little more upmarket and well maintained. Alternatively, visitors to Chino choose to stay to the east of the main city center, where hot spring resorts sit in secluded, scenic locations in the highland areas.
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