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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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  • I visited about 20 years Buri. From the waterfalls took the elevator about 40 m, but I think when I went for the first time was the only tunnel and the first 観瀑台 second view was perfect. During this season, the water, lit up when it was nice and clean too. Around the said did not imagine the people up here and there.
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  • She's my kind first blew the Kanto, 9, on Wednesday in the beautiful blue sky, came went flying high on the spur. Where the foliage has begun to color, I think it's the best time to visit the waterfall is less water, but powerful, and falls in the heart was found is. I think it was parked just parking on weekdays from Saturday and Sunday walks, parked in a free parking in front of pretty good. Non Bill walk to the ticket office, shop and leaves while walking 15 minutes would be good I think. Parking ⚡ in more frustrating in a car.
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  • In Japan anyway, and was looking forward to. Falling water and the size of the head rather than the narrow water line is downright elegant. It is a waterfall feel the beauty of Japan.
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