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Yokoya Gorge, Chino

#4 of 9 in Nature in Chino
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Yokoya Gorge is located in Chino. To visit Yokoya Gorge on your holiday in Chino, and find out what else Chino has to offer, use our Chino vacation generator.
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  • Gogogo down stairs about 200 meters walk right from the parking lot and great sound sounds amazing water going up near the sign minus ion 20,000 degC character bucket turned upside down waterfall is seen for the first time new very cool and best
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  • Maiden waterfall, kirifuri waterfall, Otaki, and Mandarin Duck hidden waterfalls through the approach and 射鹿 pond away from walking along the Valley. This Boardwalk early part (from the approach kirifuri waterfall) and endgame part (your 射鹿 from the pond lovebirds hidden falls) just went for a stroll. Fresh green leaves were beautiful with many negative ions around the falls, was common. No other tourists from yokotani Onsen ryokan kirifuri fall between quiet and good to enjoy nature.
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  • Kirifuri waterfall, the maiden waterfall along the 6 km long stream. And four waterfalls, trails and you can walk the trails with plenty of negative ions. Top yokotani Onsen ryokan can be seen overlapping layers is called a thousand rocks on the left side, the rock. Said rock Shrine at the Valley's largest stone and cast to four on four pillars in the order while true it is. Was very nice, able to walk while touching the power spot.
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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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