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Otome Falls, Chino

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Otome Falls is located in Chino. To visit Otome Falls on your holiday in Chino, and find out what else Chino has to offer, use our Chino trip planner.
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  • September 25, 2017
    Known as torrents of negative ions. Is not medically is the effect of negative ions has been proven not to be healed, and this falls under the "you will look up at the falls and is certainly. And back followed by walking and this is forest effect of phytoncide. Anyway I will be walking the Tateshina is the attraction.
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  • September 13, 2017
    Maiden waterfall is the legend of love and illness, and a prayer come true? It seems to falls are said. This is the spot walk of the approach location, rich in negative ions, visited by many people. From a visit in the morning (especially at 10:00 far) Sun looks Rainbow falls in and we just arrived at 10:00, able to weather blessed and beautiful in the sight of the large and powerful. Is written in the title, this waterfall is time-honored made during Sakamoto Anyang River (who was instrumental in the rice field, development of the Edo period) to regional greats is now open irrigation channels man-made waterfall, I feel the weight of the great history.
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  • September 7, 2017
    The waterfall can be reached near the falls is not that big. Looking up from under the water, there is plenty of negative ions.
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