Kawazu Nanadaru Waterfalls, Kawazu-cho

#1 of 36 in Parks in Kamo-gun
Waterfall Nature / Park
A series of seven cascades, Kawazu Nanadaru Waterfalls present an idyllic spot for those looking for some peace and quiet away from a busy city. The site features paths and suspension bridges, making the exploration of the grounds easier. Several statues adorn the area, depicting the main character from the short story "Izu no Odoriko" (The Dancing Girl of Izu) by Kawabata Yasunari--a Japanese Nobel Laureate. Take a look at our Kawazu-cho vacation generator to schedule your visit to Kawazu Nanadaru Waterfalls and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Kawazu 7 waterfalls tour. Route taxi up to 1-over, coming down in the order. It was very nice waterfalls look different. It kinda scared meet at night in the Izu dancer statue and in some places, during the day it is and was.
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  • Were grounded only four in a day there was no bus that, until now, is actually 1 hour found to pass this Shuzenji Temple bus, so I went recently. For the visits on the day that had water in after the typhoon, was thrilling. We have rich in negative ions, very cool in the spray of the falls, cool taste. From this early in the fall, I think that's going to a great season. People haven't been should be taken once.
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  • We hike here with our three young children. It was a gorgeous hike and we enjoyed the statues, wishing wells and canyoneerors. We would definitely recommend and the onsen down below the bottom waterfa...  more »

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Where to stay in Kawazu-cho

Several accommodation options lie in or near Kawazu-cho, with a couple of hotels situated near the main train station, nestled in the surrounding mountains, or lining the coast. Since visitors usually make a day-trip to Kawazu-cho from Tokyo, lodgings are not plentiful in the town itself, but you can find cozy Japanese ryokans, traditional minshukus (bed and breakfasts), as well as a couple of onsen resorts.
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