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Kakusenkei Gorge, Kaga

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Visiting Kakusenkei Gorge lets you see why the famous Japanese poet Bassho was inspired to write about it. Take a moderately challenging hike on the 1.3 km (0.8 mi) long walking trail and enjoy the nature around you. A red bridge is a popular stop for taking some memorable photos, but you can also take a break from hiking at the small bar where you can have a drink while sitting on the riverbank. Arrange to visit Kakusenkei Gorge and other attractions in Kaga using our Kaga tour planner.
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  • Daishoji River flows along the town in the mountains, valleys, from upstream koorogi-Bashi Bridge pedestrian maintained until the black Valley bridge about 1 km walk. 
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  • Continues along the daishoji River Valley. Offers one of the best hot springs in the mountains on the River was lined with dozens of hotels. River 1, over 3 km promenade is maintained, so is recommended. Kurotani-Hashi bridge and cat's cradle bridge old bridge in the middle are the highlights.
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  • This was a terrific walk along the river and enjoyed the bridge views. We took the local bus to the river gorge from the hotel which was easy. After completing the walk we stopped and had a cup of tea...  more »