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Nachi Otaki, Nachikatsura-cho

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Part of the Kii Mountain Range World Heritage Site, Nachi Otaki represents Japan's tallest waterfall with a single uninterrupted drop, an impressive spectacle to behold. Short trails from the foot of the falls take you up and offer a closer look at the cascade and an old Shinto shrine. Put Nachi Otaki on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Nachikatsura-cho vacation route planner.
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  • There were cars waiting for a free close parking is free, but Park only a few not so. You can park your timely is a lucky. Paid parking at the souvenir shop is 500 yen-I think that was about. (The store's awesome) visit in summer and is felt at the same time powerful and cool further.
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  • This wonderful waterfall is located next to the Temple of Nachi Taisha. The more high in Japan. To see it well closely there that pay 200 yen per person. Worth it!
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  • World Heritage site Nachi Falls. I want to visit at least once, came true wish. I feel that winter, but in the middle of cold air. 見入りました is a powerful image of the man falls. It is a waterfall fortunes are about to rise. Good visit.
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