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Fukuroda Falls, Daigo-machi

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See and hear the rushing waters of Fukuroda Falls, a multi-step waterfall surrounded by a rich landscape. With a width of 73 m (239 ft) and total height of 120 m (393 ft), the falls stand as a large natural feature to explore from a range of angles. However, the waterfalls possess a hidden-away atmosphere, surrounded by leafy trees, and broken up into individual cascades as they run downhill to meet the Kuji River. An onsite elevator makes gaining new perspectives on the falls easy for visitors of all ages, so make sure you bring your camera to snap photos of the waterfall from all perspectives. Make Fukuroda Falls a part of your Daigo-machi vacation plans using our Daigo-machi itinerary builder.
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  • Look, souvenir shop and Ayu grilled with salt, chicken skewers and selling variety and location falls from the parking lot, walking quickly that arrive in. Small children and old people with no steep slopes or stairs is safe. Elevators, tunnels, guests can enjoy the tremendous waterfall in front of me. Looks great will do sound impressive. It is not so crowded earlier than autumn foliage season is incredible, I guess. But 1 degree is where leaves and ice waterfalls when you want to visit.
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  • It is a tourist attraction in Ibaraki Prefecture. Admission to pay 300 yen, and soon falls! Other than the elevator is pet OK. Dining spaces in lots of places Wan Chan is OK ~. It tells me. In the nearby hot springs. Parking is free (1 km) away, eat, buy a souvenir will be going up, free parking is recommended. (Go ahead and invite so you can see. If you worry about how much does parking cost? I asked, is free if you wish use shop. It tells me) close to the falls! Is to go by car.
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  • i can tell the fukuroda falls were beautiful once upon a time...until they decided to dig a tunnel and build a viewpoint WITH an elevator. its crowded so you don't get to see it for long and over all ...  more »